Spring is what brings a change in our routine and mindset. We’re beginning to declutter and remove any kind of bad habits. “The spring mindset is that we are preparing to bring on new things and getting ready to benefit ourselves from motivation that pushes us towards positive change. Our mentality, as well as our actions, need to match what we are willing to do for spring to be productive for us,” says Ryan Pearson, managing director of DAP Acquisitions. In the winter, the hours are limited when it comes to sunlight; so we feel like there isn’t enough time to do anything. But when Spring arises, it brings on a sense of action and due to that reflecting on what you need to, building goals, creating good habits is the best way to move forward.
DAP Acquisitions believes that spring is the best time to create new habits. Because the weather is getting better, we’re presented with more options and more variety of things to do in the area. For example, if you live by a beach or park — you can take a run in the morning around there and get in some exercise. Any sort of productivity means you’re doing something and creating good habits for yourself. The winter, as researchers say, “creates shorter days. Less sunlight naturally affects our energy levels and our energy levels have a direct connection to our mood and actions.” Based on this analysis and study, we can say that we’re excited about Spring and much more comforting weather where we can be active with ourselves.
“Taking advantage of this seasonal change means that we’re seizing every opportunity to get out as much as we can and take control of our goals. Writing a list and making sure to knock off as much as we can is the most productive thing we can do. Writing goals down also helps to visualize what we need to get done,” says Ryan Pearson of DAP Acquisitions. Making a routine, adjustment sets the way for good habits which is what spring is about. You’re primarily decluttering everything to clear the way for better things for yourself. It’s an act of self-care and confidence.