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Coasting : Issue 5 Nov 2009
25 www.coastingtoday.com.au Family Festival at ay t a ay t e em e 2009 Proudly sponsored by Proudly supported by: Delta Electricity, The Entrance First National Real Estate Feat i g Wome of o l starring Casey Donovan, Madam Parker & Prinnie Stevens Grand Street Parade Fireworks Display Ducks for Bucks al ara o a F and lots for the kids CASEY DONOVAN MADAM PARKER PRINNIE STEVENS The Entrance Farmers Market Upcoming Dates: SATURDAY NOVEMBER 7th SATURDAY NOVEMBER 21st For More information contact: Ke in a e 6 mail: finefoo mar et@bi pon .com The Farmers Market will be held on the first and third Saturday o ea h month and you an buy dire t or the Farmers rodu ers You an also dis o er hi h uality art & ra t artisans 2251118m exw16 NSW Farmers Mar et Pty Lt in conjunction with The ntrance Town Centre Mana ement is hostin its Farmers Mar et on 1st & 3rd Saturday of the month at Memorial Park from 8am till pm, rain, hail or shine! Farmers/Producers Australian Estate Coffee Hunter Valley Pasta Company Fin Barramundi Farm Saltbush Lamb Oysters Direct Fosterton Farm Bakery Well Hung Meat Bill's Bakery Middlebrook Honey Cosgrove Farm Produce Medowie Macadamias Eumundi Smokehouse Meats Pure Mediterranean Original Smoked Seafood Wollombi Trading Co. Moorlands Orange Juice Over the Moon Milk Faye's Cakes Comboyne Culture Central Coast Organics Ivy Farm Patton Farm Pokolbin Olives Perry's Lemon Myrtle Willowvale Orchard Peppercorn Beef Forster Fresh Seafood Meltic Beef Flowerdale Delights Riverflats Estate Bites2Saviour May Potatoes Hunter Valley Pasta Co Arc En Ceil Rainbow Trout Beltie Beef Bobs Farm Avocados Paul Vallo Produce Central Coast Organics Chilli Man Produce Tar 10 C&D Cammilliri Strawberries The Propagators Kate Joyce Apples Crunchy Nuts Art & Craft Artisans: Yesteryear Eucalyptus Oil Baby's Clothing Leo's Wooden Toys Pottery Lavender Products Garden Art Hand-made Jewellery Al's Creations Spoil Me Soaps Hemp Gallery Clothing Alpaca Knitwear Products Witherspoon Magic Hands Wisdom for Living The Soap Man Phil & Lynn's Beads BE EAR ! A ! By DAVID STEWART Placing ornamental birds in your home could give your relationships wings. ACCORDING to the ancient Chinese art (or is it a science?) of Feng Shui, our health, harmony, careers and wealth can be influenced by the placement of objects in our homes and work places. Feng Shui expert June Turner, of Budgewoi, said even relationships can benefit from some Feng Shui magic in the home. In the Southern Hemisphere, the left hand corner of a living area (as you look into the room from the main entry point) is considered to be the relationship zone. "Place two birds in the left hand corner of the room," June said. "Use two birds because everything in relationships goes in pairs." This Feng Shui cure can be used to enrich existing relationships or to help those who are seeking a partner, she said. And if you are looking for a partner, June suggests that you write a list of the qualities that you'd like your new partner to have, then write your name on a separate piece of paper, and tie the two together with a piece of red ribbon. "Red gets everything moving," she said. There are some things to avoid if you want to maintain good Feng Shui in the relationship zone: Never have water in that part of the room (water cools a relationship); Don't have anything in threes (this invites a third player); and Never place exercise equipment there (this makes hard work of a relationship). About June Turner June Turner has been practicing Feng Shui for 17 years. Her studies have taken her to China and the Feng Shui Design School. She said the main aim of her work was to bring harmony into people's homes and businesses. She is the author of Problem Solved: Solving Your Problems with Feng Shui, and has been a regular guest on Radio 2UE. She is also a licensed builder and qualified interior designer. In coming months, June will share her expertise with Coasting readers, with tips that that she said promised to bring happiness to your home or workplace. Phone June on 4399 2018 or send her an email at firstname.lastname@example.org . things up at home SPICE CORNERED: Two ornamental birds at home in June Turner's Budgewoi living room. Pictures by Aaron Brown. COASTING HOME
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