March into Spring Cleaning

March into Spring Cleaning

The days are getting longer and life is getting busy again.

Our homes have been our havens for the last few years and there's no better time to show our homes some TLC than with the big spring clean.

Rather than seeing the big spring clean as a tiresome chore you can see it as an important step in your self care routine. When you care for your home you are caring for yourself and your loved ones.

Cleaning and organizing the space you spend most of your time in can keep your immune system strong, avoid illnesses, boost your mood and help you sleep better.

Your mental health can benefit greatly from keeping your space tidy.

A clutter free, clean space increases your creativity, focus and productivity and it lowers stress levels.

By embracing cleaning itself as a way to de-stress and making it part of your mindfulness routine you will feel a greater sense of control and well-being.

Decluttering and deep cleaning can be daunting and overwhelming. The greatest benefit of spending that time to clear things out will be that you will actually create more time to spend on the things that mean the most to you. 

Physical clutter in your surroundings competes for your attention and distracts your focus. Having things clean and organised will in the long run save you a lot of wasted time searching for things and being stressed by clutter and mess.

Don't forget about the garden during Spring Cleaning. It's time to start tidying up, cleaning our tools and pots , composting, starting plants and pruning. If you put the work in now you can reap the rewards all summer long.


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