Somewhere along the way, the need to spring clean was ingrained in us. After the hibernation of a frigid winter, we start fresh with a deep cleaning of our living space. Hopefully going deeper than that, also an adjustment of our routines, attitudes, schedule, relationships and more.
But I think to start that now before spring officially arrives has its benefits. We just started a new year, which inevitably brings new resolutions and new ideas of what you want your life to look like.
How is that going for you so far? What needs tweaking? Start with that, and you'll be on a spree by the time spring arrives, where you can tackle the rest of your list in full force.
If we arrive in the spring with our failed resolutions still in tow, we will likely put off the spring cleaning as well. It doesn't have to be that way, though, and your growing to-do list doesn't have to feel like a failure. Start with jump starting those resolutions you may have neglected from January and February and start a fresh track with one or two of those. Your confidence will compound, and you'll be ready to tackle more in the coming weeks with that momentum.
What's the first thing you want to change in your life?
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Health and happiness,
Alicia Williamson RN, BSN, MSNW, CHC
Kylie Glastetter BA, MS, EP-C, CHC