Hopefully, by now your school-age children have adapted to their new schedule, going to bed earlier and getting up for school without a hassle.
But if you still find mornings a struggle, a mad rush to get the kids up and out the door on time, applying these quick tips to create a Feng Shui bed for your little ones (and yourself) can help.
The most important rule to follow for a Feng Shui bed is to place the bed in the command position of the bedroom. Once that is done, these Feng Shui bed tips can also encourage a good night's sleep.
1. Make sure the headboard is firmly attached to the bed. A Feng Shui bed will have a solid, one-piece headboard firmly attached.
2. A Feng Shui bed should be elevated, preferably on four legs. A futon or a mattress on the floor is not a good Feng Shui bed. A captain's bed is okay -- reserve the drawers for storing linens, blankets and other soft items related to sleep.
3. Be aware of what you store beneath your bed. Do not store anything metal, any paperwork, books or mementos under your bed. These can all affect a good night's sleep.