Article by Daniel Browne 23.03.16
Winter is coming to an end, which means spring will soon be here. We’ve already seen signs of it as we head towards the end of February, with beautiful sunny days gracing us.
Spring is my favourite season. I love everything about it – the warmer weather, sunnier and longer days, seeing all the new-born lambs in fields, noticing more wildlife, and the general lifting of everyone’s mood as the gloom of winter is dusted away. It’s a wonderful time of year and perfect for getting things done.
It’s around this time of year that I typically start talking about spring cleaning your mind. In fact, I wrote an article about spring cleaning your mind for Grow Leamington last year. It’s a great way of making sure you’re happy with all areas of your life and identifying any changes that need to be made. I’m going to give that a miss on this occasion, but do have a look at that previous article.
At the turn of the year you may have made New Year’s resolutions. It’s good to have goals for the year ahead and to work on achieving them. However, it can be quite difficult to do so during the winter months and so many people simply give up by the end of January. That is why, if you’ve got any goals to achieve, now is the time to spring into action. With everything seeming a bit better as winter comes to an end, and with summer soon to be in sight, the beginning of March is a perfect time to get cracking on achieving your goals.
Maybe you want to lose weight. Perhaps you want to finally give up smoking. Or maybe there’s another positive change you’d like to make in your life. It’s never too late to get started. In fact, in the last few months I’ve helped a 75 year old man lose weight and an 81 year old lady quit smoking after she’d smoked for 65 years! See… It’s never too late to achieve your goals.
So as we head into spring, what will you be working on achieving?
Daniel Browne is a hypnotherapist with practices in Warwick and Evesham. Please visit http://www.daniel-browne.co.uk to discover more about his work.