A Blog Carnival is an online magazine. On the first day of each month, our Carnival of Well-Being proudly presents fresh articles from local bloggers who are experts in one aspect of well-being. Each blog post is packed with information you can use immediately to enhance your well-being.
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On to the Carnival! Have fun!
This month, our shared topic is Spring Cleaning. Your cabinets, colon, cardio routine and subconscious mind can all benefit from more than just a quick dusting now and then.
Spring Cleaning Becomes the Spring Purge
Posted by: Tracy Hoth | Professional Organizer & Speaker | Simply Squared Away
Description: When spring cleaning is mentioned what do you think of? I automatically picture a grandmother with clothes on the line, apron secure, a handkerchief tied around her head and a broom in hand ready to beat on a rug… In addition to links of free printables that will guide your spring cleaning, Tracy explores an idea that may help you when you remain overwhelmed and unmotivated!
Click here to read Spring Purge
Spring Clean Your Fitness Routine
Posted By: Alicen at Former Fitness Flunky
Description: It’s easy to fall into a rut with your fitness routine. You might just be bored or you may not be seeing any results. Either way – it’s time to spring clean your fitness routine to get back on the right track.
Click here to read Spring Clean Your Fitness Routine
Spring (aka Deep) Cleaning
Posted by: Nancy Steele, Jin Shin Jyutsu Practitioner and Self-Help Instructor
Description: Clean some every day. Deep clean when we need to. Even our bodies need it. Read how a snowstorm helps us understand spring cleaning.
Click here to read Deep Cleaning
Is Your Head Murky?
Posted by: Dr. Ladd Carlston, Director of Possibilities
Description: Are you overwhelmed with too much on your mind? Research shows that the more you have on your mind the worse you are at making decisions and getting things done – your mind becomes crippled and it becomes difficult to focus.
Click here to read Is Your Head Murky?
Spring Cleaning for Your Mind
Posted by: Judy Widener, Inner Frontiers Life Coaching
Description: This is the time of year when I love to clean house! I’m filled with a sense of relief when I’ve organized the clutter, wiped away the dust, and gotten rid of things I no longer need. I feel lighter. And really free. The same process of spring cleaning applies to your emotional life.
Click here to read Spring Cleaning for Your Mind