Life isn't about finding yourself. Life is about creating yourself.

- George Bernard Shaw - 


While I’m best known for my work in real estate, I consistently seek balance in my life. I know you do, too. While it’s not easy for any of us, I’ve found that identifying important aspects of my life - beyond work - and dedicating time to each of them, everyday, is the key to getting closer to life in balance. I’ve already shared a bit about my family (which includes my five amazing kids), which always comes first. On my Spirituality page, you’ll discover more about that part of my life. On this page, I want to share some of my other passions and pursuits that add joy, fun, peace and balance to my life: Feng Shui, Fitness and Fashion





Feng Shui is an ancient Chinese practice aimed at balancing the energies in any given space - be it a home, office or garden -  in order to assure good fortune for people inhabiting it. I’m passionate about how my living space looks and feels and I use Feng Shui to create a positive energy, easiness, warmth, and sense of peace and welcome for all who enter. With my crazy-busy schedule, it’s important for me to have a space I LOVE to come home to and where I can truly unwind and enjoy friends and family. I’d like to share some tips, things that I’ve tried and love which make my home a joyful and inviting space for me. Come join the conversation, I’d love to hear your thoughts and ideas!



Tisha Morris is the best-selling author of Decorating With the Five Elements of Feng ShuiMind Body Home, and Feng Shui Your Life. Tisha is a certified feng shui practitioner, life coach, energy healer, and yoga instructor. Prior to entering the healing arts, she practiced law and obtained a Fine Arts degree in Interior Design. Tisha is based in Los Angeles and works one-on-one with clients in their homes and businesses and also facilitates workshops and certification trainings. For more information, visit

Tisha Morris
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The older I get, the more I realize that my good genetics aren’t as accommodating as they use to be when it comes to fitness. I can’t seem to get away with eating my favorite pasta, bread and gummy bears daily, while still staying healthy. A once-a-week workout or spin class and even my favorites - walking and yoga - just aren’t cutting it by themselves any more. My current fitness and wellness goal is to start eating clean, exercise at least three days a week, and stretch to avoid chronic pain. To accomplish this goal, I've been walking my dog Molly, riding my Peloton, and going to Stark Irvine, a one-stop shop solution that combines personal training, IV therapy and nutrition, as well as orthopedic and chiropractic services. This saves me so much time and it keeps me injury free because everyone on the Stark Team is working with me and is on the same page. I will share my journey with health and fitness as I go - and would love to hear from you! Please share your thoughts, tips or ask questions on our social community space.






A few years ago (okay, maybe 20!), a friend of mine gave me a compliment…with a dash of constructive criticism:  “Jojo, you’re so cute, but your clothes have got to go!” I have to say that I agreed with her. Thanks to her, I developed my unique look and a love for fashion, dressing in a fun, casual and sassy style that I feel suits me. Although I’m still not a great shopper - there are only so many hours left in the week after family, work, exercise, friends - I have found some great go-to designers that make me feel like a million bucks, without breaking the bank. In this section, I’ll share some of my favorite finds - fashion, home and beyond - with you.