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Betsy’s always updating her classes to bring you more of the tips you need to stretch your budget while beautifying your home.  Please take 4 minutes to share your thoughts in this survey, and she’ll create brand new classes especially for you!

In the meantime, here are Betsy’s favorite tips from her current classes.

1. A little chi goes a long way.  
Cut through the visual clutter by leaving some white space on the walls. Not only will it help focus attention on the decor you do have, it also lets the chi — or good energy — circulate.

2. Think outside the frame.
Make your wall art say something about who you are. You can frame virtually anything that’s meaningful to you: sheet music, signed menus, hometown maps, or pages from a favorite book.

3. Rugs: the room definer.
Beyond providing a soft landing for your soles, rugs define your living room. The bigger the rug, the bigger the room will look. In an open concept home, it can also provide a clear demarcation between a living and dining space.

4. Mirror your wealth.
If you’re looking for a little more prosperity (and who isn’t?), hang a mirror across from your dining table. According to feng shui, reflecting symbols of abundance — such as food — brings more of it into your life. 

5. It all comes back to black. 
Black puts all other colors into context, so including an element of it in every room can really sharpen the look. It doesn’t have to be a lot — even a picture frame can fit the bill.

If you haven’t already taken Betsy’s current classes, you’re missing out so many great tips! You can learn how to:

Get 25% off any of her classes (normally $40 each) or get 25% off her bundle of 3 classes with a signed copy of her book (normally $90) this month ONLY with promo code MARCH

And don’t forget to please fill out our 4-minute survey so we can bring you more of what you want to learn. 

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