There are three times of the year that always feels particularly ripe for new beginnings: New Years, Spring, and September.
September is a great time of the year to revisit our routines. It has been said that this month has the “fresh effect”. This principle suggests that it's easiest to adapt to habits at natural transition points. Back to school, back to work, and back to routines. People clear clutter out, explore nourishing recipes to try, and so much more.
According to psychologist, Victoria Plant, we should be harnessing this positive state of mind.
"The excitement of the 'back to school' September feeling can result in an increased willingness to make changes, and greater productivity. Historically, autumn has also been a time of hard work and preparation for the winter months and there may well be a link between this and our ability to focus and tackle new challenges."
Does September inspire you to turn over a new leaf or tackle a new project?
September marks a time of change in how we live, what we buy and what goals we set.
The time of year for the deepest change to take place, is often the month of September.
Ultimately, September is a reminder that change is constant and that new beginnings are always within reach. If you embrace this mindset - you can tap into the energy of the season to innovate, grow, and maybe even get your space sorted!
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