Spring has sprung in many places. There are however those unlucky few that have not experienced the Spring season quite yet. As we all know this might lead to Cabin Fever setting in. You are hearing all about how wonderful Spring is. How the days are longer and how the days start to feel slightly more warmer. I sometimes suffer from Cabin Fever myself. While living in the Pacific Northwest has a great many perks, it also has its faults. One of them being that sometimes I don't actually see the sun for what feels like weeks. If your feeling even the slightest bit of Cabin Fever give our ideas of how to combat it a try.
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Moving around in my opinion is key to ditching that pesky Cabin Fever. It helps to get your blood pumping and helps to take your mind off of the dreary weather that is happening right outside your window. Here are a few of the things my family and I like to do when the weather has us down.
Family baking is always a fantastic idea. Not only dose it help everyone to bond for a few hours, but by the end you also have tasty treats to enjoy together. Your home will also be filled with the delicious smells of all the goodies your family bakes.
Charades not only fills your home with cheers and laughter. It also gives you the opportunity to interact with others. Dance Contests are always welcome in my home. These are a great way to get everyone moving and to have a mid-afternoon jam session.
There are a few things that I recommend you pick up. To help you on your 2017 Spring Cleaning journey.
1. A window squeegee
This makes cleaning windows a breeze!
I love mine is literally a life saver.
2. A cleaning tote to move your cleaners with you wherever you go.
Hate running back and forth looking for your favorite cleaner. Load all of your cleaners into one tote and carry it with you. this way you can easily reach your favorite cleaners in order to get the job done fast and right.
Pick out which social medias your more than likely to find your audience. That should be the social media channel you are using to interact with new potential readers.
I personally love twitter, but we do have pages on Facebook, Instagram, and Google Plus.
If you decide on multiply social channels. Find yourself a social media scheduler. Here at Thavin & Marcob we use buffer. I typically schedule everything on Mondays and add to it during the week. I check our social sites on a regular bases, but I don't worry about posting. I suggest that you do the same. This way you can connect/find an audience.
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