“Tell me and I forget. Teach me and I remember. Involve me and I learn”


“Tell me and I forget. Teach me and I remember. Involve me and I learn”

Approximately 90% of our time is spent indoors, with 65% of that time being spent at home. Our homes are where we live, dine, and rest, as well as where our kids experience many of their most formative moments.

Children who take part in learner-involvement activities gain confidence and understand the importance of expressing their thoughts.

Why don’t we practice self-awareness, authenticity, and emotional development in the privacy of our bedrooms? It will be simpler for your child to develop emotional intelligence as they become more self-aware of who they are, how they feel, and what to do with those feelings.

Building my identity has depended heavily on my bedroom.

My bedroom used to feel like the only place in the world that was truly mine. I could find security here as I learned more about who I am. Both a sacred space for my personal well-being and safety to express myself was needed. The first stage in your children’s leadership journey is to give them accountability, responsibilities, and ownership of their environment at a young age. It calls for parents to relinquish control and children to understand, learn, and participate.

It is important to have a bedroom that reflects who they are in order to teach children to embrace their authentic selves. I advise letting children explore who they are via 

  • The creative process of decorating their own bedroom.
  • Identifying the calming colors, scents, paintings, or materials for them.
  • Encouraging your child to keep their room organized, add storage

I frequently advise employing particular techniques, colors, and textiles for your children’s health and/ or the fundamentals of Feng shui methods for good luck and personal development. Storage and space for toys are vital to providing your children the opportunity to put things in order in a pleasant and easy way.

The level of social and familial interaction is another intriguing feature of the house. This is an important part of determining an individual’s physical, mental, and overall well-being from childhood through adulthood. It takes place in a variety of contexts, including the home, the neighborhood, the classroom, the workplace, and the rising social scene. 

When a house is designed with functionality in mind, it can protect family members’ physical health, lessen daily stress for parents, give children tasks and accountability, and foster a sense of empowerment in all of its occupants.

What I recommend addingin the bedroom

  • Every home should include a minimum of two stores with a variety of full-height, deep, shallow, shelved, and open options. Additionally, it’s best to avoid putting more than 50% of the storage in bedrooms;
  • Establishing a place where your children may express their personality, creativity, and self-expression. In to develop their identity, they must experience a sense of belonging in their own environment;
  • Although losing control and letting children take their time is difficult, it is a valuable lesson for parents to learn.

Inside the kitchen,

Regularly eating meals as a family provides some unexpected benefits, according to a study. Making the dining space inviting and easier to access from the kitchen can promote family and community eating.

  • Getting an organized kitchen with labeled storage;
  • Making a safe kitchen for your children to use;
  • Establishing a comfortable dining space with no electronic distractions to promote conversation

Children can actively participate in food production from an early age when safe, accessible growing places are available, and research indicates that the more actively a child participates in vegetable cultivation, the more likely it is that child will desire to eat veggies.

Children are the current generation. I want to give kids more chances to grow their individuality, discover their capabilities, and use their brains as magnificent gifts. 

The use of Feng Shui for my personal development is a fantastic substitute for

  1. Enhance your critical thinking
  2. Construct accountability
  3. Instill discipline
  4. Gain some self
  5. Develop your skills and interpersonal interactions
  6. Boost your creativity and your self-esteem

As previously mentioned, I believe people spend the majority of their time at home, especially with their families. Since emotions are stronger in domestic settings than in professional or retail ones, the subject of happiness in residential design is crucial.

By fostering mental strength and encouraging an all-around sense of joy and empowerment, I help to design an environment that can have an impact on mental health and wellbeing through the use of my service.

“Empower tomorrow’s leaders, today”