Spring is here, I can’t believe how quick winter has gone, but I’m not going to complain about that!! As seasons change, our routines adjust to the new situation. Change is good, it makes me wake up with a new fresh mentality.
- Notice the first rays of sunshine streaming through the curtains when you wake up. Close your eyes for a second and soak them in.
- Open the windows and let the fresh air of spring sneak out the window. Cuddle with your duvet for a second whilst you listen to some chilled out music and watch the little dust motes dancing throughout the air and into the light. Feel grateful for the new day.
- Make some breakfast to keep you energized all morning. Add some frozen bananas in a blender and then top it with your favorite fruit, sprinkle some seeds and enjoy every bite.
- Go for a long walk, or a run. Make sure to stop at some point and breathe the fresh air. Activating your body in the morning is the best way to feel positive the whole day. You are much more stronger than you think.
- Take a shower. Let the water caress your skin and your hair. Treat them right. Stand in front of the mirror and embrace every wrinkle and freckle of your face. Love yourself.
- Read or paint or write or think. Do something creative. It doesn’t matter if it’s not good enough, just do it for the pleasure of creating something new, something yours. Unique.
- Answer the call to your cravings. A salad, rice, potatoes, falafels, soup, pizza. Make sure to use wholesome plant based ingredients and fuel your body for the rest of the day.
- Go out. Meet your friends. Walk along the shore. Dance. Connect. Eat dinner.
- Lay out at night, under the stars. Realize how small you are and how big is life. How lucky you are of being alive in a world surrounded by uncertainty. Life is much more simple and complicated than you think, than we all think.
- Before going to sleep think about the day, something good that has happened, something simple and small. We don’t even need that much to feel happy inside. Try it out!
“If you look the right way, you can see the whole world is a garden”