Spring Fever

I’ll admit it, I’ve been overcome with spring fever! As Mother Nature ushers in the spring, I can’t help but look forward to all the exciting things that come with the change of seasons. I could sit and describe why all day but, for time-management purposes, I’ve narrowed it down to three distinct reasons. Readers be warned, exposure to this blog post might result in your own outbreak of the fever!

Bright colors show up everywhere in the spring time!

1. More Sunlight: Yesterday we tweeted about sunlight’s effect on stress, but it also offers a variety of other benefits! Aside from boosting our immune systems, moderate sun exposure (with sunscreen, of course!) can increase one’s overall mood and sense of well-being. That is definitely something to be happy about.

2. Bright Colors: From wardrobes to gardens, bright colors are notorious for popping up come spring time. I can NOT wait for flowers to start blooming. Try investing in a house plant or two – they are known for increasing air quality and reducing stress levels! (Find out more on the House of Plants website!)

3. Baseball: Even if you’re not a baseball fan, you can’t deny the excitement that accompanies opening day. Food, sports, fans…what more is there to want?

What are you looking forward to this spring? Post a comment below!


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