Spring is here and the days are getting longer, the weather is getting warmer and the nights are shorter. What’s not to like? Here’s my top tips for getting a spring back in your step!
Reconnect with Mother Nature and spend some time outdoors. You might not have been outdoors much during winter due to the cold and the rain, so it’s a great time to start spending more time outdoors. With the longer days it’s easier to do as well as we have more daylight. So take a walk during your lunch break or as soon as you get home. It’s a great way to clear your head, improve your mood and burn some calories too!
- Walk at lunchtime
- Get off the bus or train a stop early
- Do some gardening (great to tidy it up after the winter)
- Meditate outside (wrap a blanket around you if it’s still a bit chilly)
- Watch the spring lambs in the fields
This only takes about 15 seconds to complete. Benefits:
- Increases your energy levels
- Strengthens your immune system
- Balances your blood chemistry
- Helps you metabolize food
To find the spleen neurolymphatic points: In line with your nipples, straight beneath your breasts and down over the next rib.
Tap firmly with several fingers for about 15 seconds. Breathe in through your nose and out through your mouth. Do this every day to keep your energy flowing.
Finally, it’s a great time to have a good spring clean! There’s nothing like clearing out old clutter and unused things from your house. Increase your feel-good factor by creating some bags for charity e.g. old winter clothes you haven’t worn, books you’ve finished reading.
Once you’ve sorted out your clutter, then you can give your house a good spring clean. Open the windows and let lots of lovely fresh air in. Bring some spring flowers in to brighten up the place – other flowers apart from daffodils are available (apparently!) 🙂
I hope you feel full of the joys of spring after these tips.