A lot of it makes sense to me. I moved our bed so there was easy access to the window and made sure there was equal space on both sides. There has never been a TV or computer in the main bedroom. I can't sleep with any noise around so that was always a give-in. Dimmer switches are in both bedrooms to make for soft lighting. One thing that is listed to make your bedroom more balanced of positive energy is to sleep with the door closed. Well, around here the cats would drive me nuts all night with scratching and howling at the closed door so the door is always open. Personally, a bedroom is not complete without a cat or two.
We have plans to sell this old house soon and want to show each room in the best possible way. The last few months have been spent purging anything that is not useful or loved by one of us. The basement is a work in progress. 22 years of raising kids makes for a lot of STUFF stored. If the kids don't want it, out it goes. It really does feel good to lighten the load of material possessions. I recommend it highly.
I always have company with my morning coffee.
Take a toilet paper roll, some tissue paper or newspaper and some kitty treats.
Stuff one end of the roll with paper and then drop the treats inside. Stuff the opposite end with paper and throw this on the floor for kitty. Your cat can smell the treats inside. This is a great way to exercise your cat while she rips apart the roll to get to the treats. It works great around my house. Audrey goes ballistic with her roll and then enjoys all her efforts.
She's really enjoying all the boxes that we are going through these days.
Another in-expensive way to keep her busy. ;-)hugs, Deb