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Spring Self-Renewal: 5 Tips for a Love-Filled Spring

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Dr. Hick believes these steps will get you on the path to spring self-renewal—with sunshine, new experiences, and love for yourself, your life, and others.

You did it!

You made it through the unbearably long, cold, and short days of winter. Now it’s time to come out of hibernation mode and start the energizing springtime self-renewal process—for a happy, healthy, more love-filled spring.

Winter Slow-Down

If you are like much of the world, with winter, comes a slowing down of all things in life. Holidays redirect attention to gatherings, shopping for gifts for loved ones, and preparing for the year to end. This is followed by a long stretch of days that seem to last forever.

Energy and motivation tends to slow, as your attention directs to huddling up around the fire under a cozy blanket, trying to stay warm. You may have lost sight of health and physical goals that seemed so important in the warmer days of summer and fall.

And even with the promise of more sunshine, blooming of flowers, and warmer temperatures, it can be challenging to know how to emerge from the hibernation of the winter months and make the most of spring.

Spring Self-Renewal

Dr. Hick believes these five steps will undoubtedly get you on the path of springtime readiness—boundless sunshine, new experiences, and new love for yourself, your life, and others.

1. Get Clean

Like it or not, a lot of gunk—yes, I said gunk—gets stored up in our continue reading...

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