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‘Real Housewives of Orange County’: Vicki Gunvalson reveals feng shui results

Vicki Gunvalson
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Fans of “The Real Housewives of Orange County” watched on Monday night as Vicki Gunvalson moved her office around after getting advice from a feng shui consultant. While most viewers might not have put much thought into the idea, the reality star revealed what a difference it has made. According to People Magazine on Tuesday, the star wasn't so friendly to Lizzie Rovsek, but she seemed to like the new cast member, Shannon Beador and took her suggestion to get a feng shui consultant.

Keep in mind that the episode with the Elaine Wright and her recommendations were taped months ago, but Vicki revealed she followed the ideas completely and implemented 100-percent of the suggestions. So what happened might be a surprise to everyone who watched the show.

“I have had the highest sales production in my career since this was done,” wrote Vicki Gunvalson on her official Bravo Blog on Tuesday.

The star goes on to reveal that the changes to her office weren't drastic, but it definitely was something that she appreciated to make her life more successful. As sales has increased, it has made Vicki Gunvalson a very happy Bravo star.

As fans watched on Monday night, the consultant pointed out small things that could be done to help the energy in the room. And she suggested that the “wealth corner” of Vicki's office was actually cut off. Moving stuff around and adding plants seemed to help Vicki’s space. Offering up how it all worked out really seemed to be motivation for the fans to try feng shui too, it’s not often that consultants get such great feedback on national television.

While fans might have been skeptics watching the feng shui consultant, it appears that Ms. Wright had a good idea about what she was suggestion and Vicki is reaping the benefits. With two “Real Housewives” vouching for her results, there isn't any doubt the fans are going to be ringing the consultant to get help with their offices and homes too.

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