When most of us think of spring cleaning, we envision going through old clothes and knick knacks. Personally, I imagine emptying my pantry of old baking ingredients and pulling boxes of junk from my closet depths.
Spring cleaning can apply to many different parts of our homes – and many different parts of our lives.
To me, spring cleaning is like coming out of winter hibernation. Over the cold season, we’ve stocked up on stale crackers and plain cans of soup. We’ve nestled into our cozy homes – but let them become so cluttered with things we don’t need in the process. They’re no longer benefiting us as much as they should.
It’s time to step out into the fresh air and sunshine. Spring cleaning is the perfect opportunity to figure out what’s working for us…and what’s not.