In celebration for the long-awaited first day of spring, March 20th (just two weeks away), we’ll be publishing a series designed to help you clear out `stuff’ that no longer serves you to make room for the new! These tips include suggestions for cleaning your body, mind, spirit (emotions) and environment.
Are you prepared to spring clean? I’m not either but we have some time to get ready! If you haven’t already read it, please check out The Ultimate Total Health Spring Cleaning List. This is a little taste of what you can expect to see in our Holistic Spring Cleaning Series.
And to help you through any stress (physical, mental or emotional) that spring cleaning may cause, I’d like to refer you to 21 Ways to Access Heaven. This list continues to help me through challenging times.
Live Lighter’s Holistic Spring Cleaning Series
What can you expect to read in the series? Although I’m still working out the details, here’s some teasers:
- Compilation post of cleansing recipes and a guest post about organic foods to help you clean your body.
- A book review on “Embrace, Release and Heal” – an inspirational book about cancer and the healing effects of emotional cleansing.
- How to spring clean and declutter your life, including tips for cleaning out your space and mind.
- Another guest post with stress-releasing and stress-prevention suggestions.
That’ll bring us up to St. Patty’s Day where we kick back, relax and celebrate a bit for after gathering all this information. After that, it’ll be up to you what and how you want to tackle your spring cleaning. For instance, if you’re Catholic, you might decide to cleanse by giving something up for Lent.
Since many of us will be decluttering our environments, I’ve requested a guest post from Neo Feng Shui Designer, Mette Keating, from a Danish Design Company. Learn how to arrange your furniture to increase the flow of Chi with an intro to Neo Feng Shui article as a follow up to the series!