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5 Simple & Easy Life Hacks for Spring

5 Simple & Easy Life Hacks for Spring

Even though spring is a time of rebirth and renewal, and a welcome reprieve from the long winter, your health and mood could still use a jumpstart. These 5 spring life hacks are simple tips and strategies to help keep you feeling fantastic this season:

Party on! The best way to fire yourself up for spring cleaning? Plan a party. Get your house in tiptop shape with the goal of having a few guests over.

Get a 360° view: When the weather begins to break, take stock. Did your home suffer any exterior damage during the harsher months? Check for loose or leaking gutters, roof cracks or missing shingles, and any cracks or movement in concrete walkways.

Run a great race: There are plenty of ways to get fit and otherwise challenge yourself once the weather gets warmer. Run or walk in a 5K. There are local organizations to help you get started and monitor your progress along the way.

Resolution renewal: Did you make a vow to quit smoking or lose weight for New Year’s? Relax, the year is still young! Spring is the perfect time for recommitting to those goals. 

Eat local: CSA programs allow city dwellers to have access to fresh produce grown by local farmers. Check online as to when and where you can sign up.

What are some your spring life hacks that you do to feel great in this season of renewal? Share your ideas with us in the comments below.

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