With feng shui, brooms, mops and any cleaning gear are considered bad luck. If they are used properly, they can sweep out the negative energy of the home or business. If they are not used properly, they can sweep away the good and positive auspicious energy of the home or business. Hence it is best to keep them out of sight after cleaning is done.
A few weeks ago, I was invited to a Hotter Shoes event to get to know more about their shoes and their company. I am ecstatic to learn that they produce their own shoes in the UK! In fact, they are the UK’s biggest shoe manufacturer and make a pair of shoes every 20 seconds. They started off making slippers and now they have grown to make shoes as comfortable as slippers.
This present scenario may be familiar: you survey your home, and to be frank? It’s a mess. You trip over someone’s unwanted My Little Pony on the way to the door, and pass a small mountain of shoes piled up by the doorway, when they haven’t been in frequent enough use. On top of that, there are some extra items scattered everywhere for extra fun: some building blocks that your youngest has grown out of and refuses to play with any more, or the sad stuffed toy that was rejected as a valid gift by your daughter because it was ‘too childish’. It’s definitely time to tidy up. And you know the perfect place to put them – what else is an attic for, after all? But when you wrench open the door, you notice something startling. Something a little alarming. The attic is already full.