The month of March is the month of rebirth and new beginnings as the snow starts to melt and the flowers start peeking out.
If the winter feels like it’s dragging on for too long, then take this month to start something new and clean up the old as you get ready for the warm weather.
March 20th is the beginning of spring. Pick up flowers and get ready for everything to soon be green again! Place them on your coffee or dining table and watch them bloom and brighten up your home.
Taking a day to go through your home to give it extra attention is a great way to transition from one season to another.
Don’t know where to start? Check out this article about helpful tips to make your spring cleaning a success!
Think of this as a first step towards creating financial discipline. Tracking your expenditures (and income) for a month will make you aware of your habits. Who knows, it might even tempt you out of your weekly Friday evening shopping haul!
Add a fresh coat of paint to give your home a feeling of a new refreshing space.
Don’t worry about painting the whole house. Refreshing a space can be as simple as painting one wall. This will add an accent wall for greater aesthetic appeal.
Here’s a short blog with some creative accent wall ideas for you to get your creative juices flowing.
If you love the outdoors and its natural beauty, you can bring it right into your home and add major aesthetic appeal. Simply decorate the inside of your home with various indoor plants.
Check out this list of low-maintenance plants for indoors if you’re not sure which plants to choose.
Rejuvenate the aroma of your home by finding a new scent for your air freshener.
If you don’t already have one, plug-in air fresheners are easy to find at Walmart or on Amazon.
There are different types of air fresheners that you can choose from. Heated oils and sprays, wax warmers, essential oil diffusers, and air purifiers to name a few. Choose the one that works for you and elevate your space with a new scent.
Self-reflection is the key to self-awareness. It allows you to look neutrally at your thoughts, feelings, emotions, and actions.
It is about questioning what you do and why you do it. Through this practice, you’ll be able to look at yourself with newfound interest and curiosity.
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