The dawn of Spring carries different meanings for different people. For some, it’s baseball’s Spring Training – the time when all MLB teams make their way down south to practice before commencing another season. For others, it’s the Spring Fling…the college (more specifically, the Greek life) kickoff to all of Spring’s parties and formals. But for almost everyone, it’s that oft-dreaded event…Spring Cleaning. Rather than look at it as a chore of drudgery, flip your mindset and see it as a chance for rebirth. After a year in which Marie Kondo’s The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up spawned major life changes for millions, the benefits of living cleanly are clear. Let us help get you there.
Many of us think we can reorganize our closets, donate a couple bags of clothing to Goodwill, and be done with “spring cleaning” until next year. A much smaller number of people will break out the cleaning supplies and get down on their hands and knees to scrub their walls, windows, and baseboards. And a TINY number will make the fundamental changes that will positively affect their actual health, all year round.
Clean air and clean water are things we generally take for granted…without really verifying that the air we’re breathing in our home or that the water coming out of our faucets actually is clean. Unfortunately, it’s becoming more and more common that the opposite is true. Air pollution is becoming more and more common in North America, and the world at large, and its effects on our children have dire consequences. As the U.S. learned the hard way this past year, not even modern metropolises in first-world countries are exempt from water pollution crises. So what to do?
Installing air purifiers and water filtration systems in your abode is the first step to ensuring that you and your family live in a healthy home. And what’s the point of clearing out your closet or washing your windows if you’re living in a home that’s making you sick? Instead, rebirth your living space into a healthy oasis…that’s a Spring Cleaning that’ll last beyond the season.