Ahh… Spring. The season that awakens the soul, refreshes the mind, and brings out the occasional dude wearing shorts WAY too early.
During the winter season, it’s easy to get caught up in the latest binge-worthy series on Netflix, and see the “are you still watching” message pop up on your screen an embarrassing amount of times (you know what I’m talking about). It’s been scientifically proven that colder weather brings out a depressive state in people, whether you feel it for a day or a season, we all know what this feels like. That’s why when the warmer weather starts to hit, people tend to feel like they want to “revamp” their lifestyle and leave the Netflix to a minimum! Healthy is Hot has got you covered on all the ways to kiss winter goodbye and reinvent yourself this season.
Ditching our pyjamas for workout clothes can have an overall positive affect on the mind, while allowing us to get into shape for summer! If you aren’t a gym gal, the warmer weather is the perfect time to start exploring other options than just the boring old gym. Take a hike on your local walking trail, bond with your pup on a nice jog, or bike with friends! Endorphins are a great way to make your mind and heart happy this summer!
Reorganizing Your Space.
Research shows that clutter within the home or workplace can result in decreased productivity and unprofessional behavior. Taking the time to remove all the junk and clutter winter has brought within your home or workplace will have a tremendous effect on your stress levels and behavior. Organizing your belongings in a beneficial way and tossing some unnecessary clutter can improve your mood and have you feeling motivated just in time for summer.
Change Your Look.
Do you remember the feeling of leaving the salon with a fresh cut or gorgeous new highlights and feeling incredibly motivated? Its proven that changing your look can actually make you feel more motivated and ready to take on new opportunities. It’s a great way to move on from the winter season and head into summer with a new and improved image.
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