Finally …. spring 2021 is here and there’s something intoxicating in the air, something youthful; even Mother Nature is wearing her most beautiful dress!
We’ve all had enough of winter, thank you very much. This winter has been …well. You know, you were there, we all were. But somehow, as trees turn into spectacular hues of green and aromatic blossoms gracefully dazzle everything around us … life is truly “blooming” wonderful. Even the word flower feels magical on the tongue, as if by simply mentioning these budding beauties, fantastic things are about to happen!
Okay okay, so it may be the sunshine endorphins talking, but according to Leo Tolstoy: “Spring is the time of plans and projects.” The change of seasons is a natural moment to take stock of your life choices and to decide what needs to transform to bring you to a happier, more fulfilling place.
So, as you fill your Insta feed with spring blossoms, ice tea and cute outfits, commit to living wholeheartedly. Allow each day to be a new day. Soak up and savour the simple pleasures – like your morning coffee or the sun on your back. Love and accept every part of yourself and decide that authenticity is more important than conformity. And be sure to spend more time in good company making extraordinary memories.
Although summer, autumn and winter may all have their fans, spring is clearly the best season. Not convinced? Here’s what you can look forward to:
As Robin Williams once said: “Spring is nature’s way of saying, let’s party!”
It’s time to take a moment.
Happy spring everyone!
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