Listen: Gulf Coast, Atlantic, Eighteen Months discussed on More to Life with Faith and Lois
"Yes. Pretty fun. This fun. Look at nature to seat. What's happening inside your say? Absolutely. And the spring cleaning zippy. Deal because you know, you get eager in like, okay? I wanna get out and get the pan and start. You know, showering down the walls, and that type of thing so spring cleaning is something it's a way of renewal of your living space to sound clean it up the windows. Go up, you know, and get the fresh air and all of those things, but there's also that piece of spring cleaning within that. What have I discovered in the doormat season? And what do I want to change? And how do I wanna face this? It's interesting that in the fall and the spring both my husband who's a psychologist and my phone as well start ringing more, and it's because the season has changed and it causes some reflection. So there can be spring cleaning within as well and spring cleaning that reflects on both sides for me as well is this is the time where I go through my closet, and I decide so what in the last six months to twelve months. Have I really been using you really do. That I really do. And this because this is the moment that I finally say, you know, it really has been two years. Even though I try to say. I haven't used it in eighteen months because somebody else can really use it. But this is I don't know what it is about the light that comes through. Maybe we're closer where the closet is that I can see this has been hanging here for a long time. So I make transitions in my closet this time of year because I'm looking forward to what this next year is going to look like, so it's a purging of things that I don't need around. But I also do it with papers, maybe because tax season winds up, and you're cleaning up those kinds of things I say, he's this seven years, whatever your legal rule is. But I bring out the shredder. So this is also the moment that I take time to prune things in my life that don't need to be there. And that's really good. So that's really good. I don't cut things off. I want to cut you off believe me. But I'm just saying there is it helps my mental health that to do a little bit of pruning like that. Yeah. So you mentioned earlier about more, son. This is also the time where we can get back outdoors. Yes. Does it feel good? It feels so good into get out for walks into run into just to explore being able to go to the sui again into the botanic gardens. Yes. You can do that in the wintertime, but you're bundled up. It's so nice just to have sweater on. And enjoy the fragrances that begin to come up from the earth and into the air and just enjoy all the sounds that surround spring and whatever coast you're on right now, even you are experiencing a difference spring. So the water whether it's Pacific or Atlantic or the Gulf Coast. It's doable. You can actually start touching your toe in there. Okay. Maybe not along parts of the Pacific coast. I get it. But for the rest of us, you know, if you go to visit these places you can actually start to enjoy some of those aren't activities for someone like me who rides a bike in winter. Inside the whole time. Now, I take my bike outside, and I just can't."