I’m glad to review Tisha Morris’s latest book Mind, Body and Home. A little Feng Shui can go a long way, especially when you implement this in your own home.. Tisha has said it right in her new book Mind, Body and Home — “Our home is the space with which we are most intimately connected. Second only to our physical body, it is our shell from the rest of the world. It is a container for out thoughts and emotions.”In this book, she beautifully talks about how our home is a reflection of us and from foundation to roof it holds the power to enhance health, relationships and attract prosperity. I like her approach on making a home a supportive environment rather than a challenging space to live. I also love the fact that she is an Interior Designer.. someone who keeps up with the latest decor trends.I really enjoyed reading this book and could relate to several topics. My favorite chapters are “Our Energy, Our Emotions, and Our Stuff” and “Your Home Speaks Your Mind!”.
**Disclosure: I received this free Mind, Body and Home book in exchange for an honest review. No other compensation was received. All opinions are mine**