Spring represents New Beginnings

Posted by Bonnie Rogers on 4/2/2013 to Healthful choices
Spring represents New Beginnings
When I think of spring what comes to mind is new growth.Spring represents new beginnings. The plants are coming to life again, the trees have buds on them and the new greens are popping right out of the ground. Everywhere you look around you the colors are changing from brown to green. There’s new life abounding, baby birds, baby rabbits (the one’s I don’t want in my garden) and my favorite plants are coming back. 

Spring represents new beginnings. It’s the place where we can become unstuck and go forward. For example, if you’ve been saying it’s time to begin a new exercise program – it’s time to get started now. Maybe you begin to walk outside, begin a yoga routine or just get out in your garden. Now's the time to begin. Do you have a project you’ve been waiting to start, an old friend you’ve wanted to contact or a closet you’d like to clean out? 

Start over – it’s spring. Are you struggling with a health issue that you’re ready to release? Just because you’ve been on medications does NOT mean that you need to be on them for the rest of your life. I see more and more people with acid reflux who are told that they need to be on medications for the rest of their life. So many people are struggling with anxiety medications and truly believe that they will always need to be on them and the list goes on. 

If you are ready to let go of a health issue that is holding you back from being who you truly want to be than take a deep breath, a big step and start over. It’s spring. Let’s talk :) 

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3 Comments

Paula Martin
Date: 4/2/2013
Still waiting for spring to start here, as it’s been the coldest March on record in the UK! I’m looking forward to some balmy spring days instead of the bitter east wind we’ve had for over a week now!
Bonnie Rogers
4/2/2013
In NY its been pretty cold and dreary also. Here’s to some wonderful spring weather coming your way.
Carolan Ross
Date: 4/2/2013
Yes, springtime represents new beginnings much more so than January 1st, my favorite time of the year. Just last week we had a foot of snow here in the midwest US, yet tiny green buds are beginning to pop up, love it!
Bonnie Rogers
4/2/2013
plant some pansy’s and it will make you smile. I did that this weekend. They are fine with snow. Get in your garden if you have one and plant some peas or snap peas. they like the cold and you’ll soon be pleasantly surprised by how fast they’ll grow
Toni Nelson
Date: 4/2/2013
Loved the photo. Spring for many means they start exercising more (bathing suit season). For others it means planting. This is my “spring” cleaning time.

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