5 Quick Ways to Welcome Spring Into Your Home

We feel it in our bones. Spring! The very air around us smells like fresh dirt. All the bulb plants are popping up, the days are getting longer, and the wind has a hint of warmth to it. Spring is coming. Are you plotting out your garden and yard for the warm spring months? Don’t forget to invite the spring into your home as well as your garden this season.

If you are anything like us, you are delighted to throw open your doors and windows and let all that wonderful spring light and air into your homes. Say goodbye to the winter greys and welcome in the lightness of spring with these five easy and quick ways to bring in the magic of spring.

  1. Buy spring flowers! One of the best ways to welcome spring into your home is through flowers. Buy spring-time only flowers like tulips and daffodils or purchase arrangements that have soft or bright colours, the colours of spring.

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Feng Shui & Spring Cleaning: 5 Tips to Feel Good in your Home

Spring has arrived, and the world around us is bursting with new life. The trees are budding, flowers are popping out of the ground, and the days are longer and warmer. Perhaps because nature performs its own ritual of spring cleaning and renewal or maybe it is simply tradition – whatever it is, spring cleaning just feels necessary and right.

But what if we took spring cleaning to a new level and added in elements of feng shui into our cleaning rituals? Feng shui is the Chinese thought of how to spatially arrange your spaces in light of the flow of energy.

As you begin to spring clean, include these five elements of feng shui to make your home feel the best and most welcoming!

  1. Open up and air it out. One of the best parts of spring cleaning is simple – opening your windows and letting in the fresh air to scrub out the clinging scents of winter. In feng shui, opening your windows facing east is the traditional practice for best energy flow. Welcome in the spring and freshen up your living space.
 
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