Professional interior designers Bridget Driggers and Cindy Tidwell to offer tips on mindfully and intentionally organizing spaces that bring you joy with Feng Shui techniques and ideas for re-purposing and letting go of things to create areas for new growth
Wrens Nest Center for Wellbeing, located at 2001 Shields Rd. in Dalton, Ga., will host “De-Clutter, De-Stress and Delight in Your Life” Saturday, January 9 from 9 a.m. – Noon. Professional interior designers Cindy Tidwell and Bridget Driggers headline the event. Tidwell will lead a discussion on mindfully organizing, purging and how you can take control of the clutter in your home and allow for more positive and energetic daily living. Driggers will offer an introduction to the design principles of Feng Shui and intentionally arranging spaces to complement your life and bring you joy. Wrens Nest partners will host a panel discussion on how to de-clutter and de-stress the mind. Participants are also invited to bring an item they want to re-purpose, swap or donate to a good cause.
Driggers is an award-winning interior designer and Feng Shui consultant. She has served on the board of the International Feng Shui Guild and designed interior spaces for Wyndham Hotels for the last eight years. She will offer an introduction to Feng Shui principles and intentional design and will lead participants on an exercise to apply the ancient Chinese practice of Feng Shui to spaces in their own homes. Driggers is an experienced presenter and currently offers design services to businesses and individuals throughout the region.
Tidwell owns C. Tidwell Design and has been designing interior spaces for clients for more than 10 years. Prior to design, she practiced law in Knoxville, Tennessee. Among her specialities are space planning, organization and re-purposing items. She will offer participants tips on the “art of tidying up” and how to mindfully organize their home. Tidwell will focus on the benefits of clearing away the clutter and making room for more purposeful, energetic use of spaces.
Wrens Nest partners will offer a panel discussion on ideas to complement the two presentations. Special event consultant and home organizer Anne Smith Walker and licensed acupuncturist Christine Pope, along Wrens Nest owner and yoga therapist Cindy Michaels will lead a mindful meditation practice and will facilitate a group discussion on de-stressing the mind in preparation for organizing and living a less cluttered life.
The cost for the workshop is $35. Spots can be reserved by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information, visit the Facebook page or website at www.facebook.com/wrensnestcenter.