Infographic: How to Feng Shui Your Office Space

A happy worker is a productive worker, but for some of us we can’t seem to relax until we get home. According to a recent study, 60 percent of Americans wish they could choose a different job than the one they have. Instead of looking for a new job, why not make your office more like home by building a more peaceful work environment? After all, many people spend half their day at work. To feel more at ease at work, try removing the clutter from your desk, add more natural light and hang up some pictures. For other ways to feng shui your office, check out our new infographic below.


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