Spring is officially here and for many of us this time of year triggers our desire to organize and clear out our physical spaces.
According to the “all-knowing” internet, the concept of “Spring Cleaning” has a few possible beginnings. However, whether it is religious traditions or the 19th Century need to deep clean the remnants of kerosine oil leftover from warming the house through the winter, suffice it to say that as the trees start to bud and the perennials begin to begin to break through the soil, it’s natural to start thinking about cleaning out our pantries and closets.
Why stop there, though? An organized and decluttered physical space is wonderful, but I believe that this season is also a great time to clean up habits and routines. By now, some (if not many) of the plans and goals we established at the beginning of year have started to wane a bit. Even for me – a Habit Coach!
This is the perfect time to take a step back, assess what is working and what isn’t, then rework your habit plan as needed to carry yourself through the rest of the year.
If you are new to habit planning, no worries! Be sure to check in next week to learn more :).
Sabrina Joy is a Habit Coach and 20+ year marketing professional. She is the founder of Tending Habits, a consultancy dedicated to helping organizations and individuals build better habits. You can also follow her on Instagram.