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HVP August 2017

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10 Hudson Valley Parent n August 2017 • Treating infants through teens, and children with special needs • Braces, Invisalign, Orthodontic appliances • Sedation with Nitrous Oxide • Fun & Friendly Atmosphere • Most insurances accepted • Spanish speaking doctor and staff Dr. Jeffrey J. Kim, DDS Orthodontist Dr. Agnes Barbagallo, DDS Pedodontist Providing Excellent, Comprehensive Orthodontic and Pediatric Dental Care 400 Midway Park Drive, Middletown • 845-344-4336 Favorite HUDSON VALLEY PARENT Healthcare Professionals & 2016 Find your zen Peace and relaxation is tough for busy moms to find. Try feng shui, an ancient Chinese art that focuses on the energy flow in a space, to transform your home into a relaxing retreat that makes you feel happy and welcome. Michele Sayres, owner of M. Sayres Design in Millbrook, is an expert on helping busy moms feng shui their homes to create harmony and peace. She says, "Feng shui starts at your front door. Look at the entry to your home and clear away things like dead plants or cobwebs. The front door is the primary source of energy for your home, so try to keep it clear and welcoming." Sayres also suggests focusing on the master bedroom. "Your bedroom should be a sanctuary," she says. "Get the bad energy out by avoiding electronics or kids toys. They throw off the adult energy that the master bedroom should have." Feng shui is all about positive energy. It is an art with many parts, but getting started is simple. Sayres says, "Clearing out the clutter is a great place to start. Throw open the windows and let clear, clean air and light in." Find even more feng shui tips at Just For Women ME TIME !

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