Don't we all like to get organized in the spring? It's daunting, I know. Just do one thing a day! Let's start here with just five things. Choose a Monday to start. By the weekend you will have accomplished so much and you'll get to take the weekend off:
1. Clean out a junk drawer. Just one! If you're like me, you have more than one.
2. Kill a tree. Recycle old magazines, ads, manuals, receipts, junk mail, etc. Then opt out of paper bills and old subscriptions.
3. Get rid of the old face. Clean out your cosmetics. Toss anything you don't use. Throw out old nail polish.
4. Rearrange your furniture. Get that feng shui energy flowing again.
5. Get a clutter box. Have a bin or basket for clutter that accumulates throughout the week. Once a week put each item in it’s proper place.
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Breathe in Spring
Most of us are still social distancing and it's been a long winter. But spring is on the horizon. Mother nature is spreading her green wings and everything is beginning to bloom.
This is a good time to get out and spread your own wings. Breathe in some fresh air. Enjoy the sounds of the wind, water, birds.
Get a Bouquet to LAst!
Bring some fresh cut flowers into your home. There's nothing that cheers up a closed up winter home like a bouquet of flowers.
Here are some tips to make them last longer:
1. Use room temperature water in your vase. Add flower food if you have some.
Or you can add 2 tbs each of sugar and apple cider vinegar. You can also add 1 aspirin
or 1/4 tsp bleach.
Mix the water well before adding your flowers.
2. Cut the stems and prune anything below the water line.
3. Avoid direct sunlight, heat, drafts and fruit.
Ripening fruits release ethylene gas that could shorten the life of your flowers.
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