I love, love, LOVE spring time. Wrapping up from a gray, Northeast Ohio winter inspires gratitude, renewed energy, and so much more. I know I am not alone in this. Although spring officially began March 20, it’s usually in April that we start seeing the effects. From the buds on the trees, to the tulips peeking through the earth, to hearing the songbirds singing, signs of possibility and growth are all around us.
Longer days and warmer temperatures not only trigger a response that we see in nature, but we also start feeling the hope and promise within ourselves. Moods are brighter and layers start to peel away—and I’m not just talking about wool sweaters and heavy coats. I’m talking about the buildup of grime around our mental and emotional spaces.Read More