The world opens up in the spring. Days are longer, flowers burst out of the ground in a sea of color, and the birds return to the sky in droves—or, more accurately, flocks. The Earth hits refresh after a long, dark hibernation.

And we humans follow suit, shedding our oversized coats and other items that got us through the winter. Some things get donated while other items enter the attic until temperatures drop again. We may move pictures and other knick-knacks around to change a space’s vibe.

This process—widely known as spring cleaning—is not only good for our space but also for our mental health. 

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