I’ve been feeling the need for a little “spring cleaning” in my life. I don’t feel as motivated to do much of anything. How can I begin to get back to feeling like myself and start the projects I’ve been wanting to do?
– Tracy W.
Spring is a season of renewal and rejuvenation, and it’s an excellent time to embark on a “spring cleaning” of your life. Just as nature sheds its old leaves and blossoms with new flowers, you can shed your old habits and start fresh.
Remember the themes of springtime holidays, like Easter and Passover, where stories of despair ultimately lead to redemption. These remind us that even in the darkest of times, there’s always hope and a chance for salvation.
Your “spring cleaning” could involve decluttering your physical space or reevaluating your priorities and goals. Additionally, taking small steps towards your desired projects can help build momentum and restore your sense of motivation. Remember to be patient with yourself and celebrate your progress along the way.
Many people find that the arrival of spring motivates them to make positive changes in their lives. If you’re looking for guidance and support to achieve your goals, a transformational coaching session with me will help provide you with clarity and the tools you need.