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Spring Activities You NEED to Try

Spring Activities You NEED to Try

 

Spring has officially sprung and it’s time to plan out the next few months! So get your planners and bullet journals out girlies because we’re sharing how to have the best Spring days ahead.

 

1. Spring Cleaning


I KNOW, ugh! We all dread this chore but you have to admit that a clean space actually makes you feel like you’ve got your life together. It’s time to declutter and reorganize! I know you have a ton of half empty cups sitting around your bedroom. And don’t forget about that pile of clothes laying on the corner of your floor. Donate unwanted pieces to your local Goodwill and make room for that Spring wardrobe.

 

2. Get Outdoors


I don’t know what it is about Spring, but it just calls for being outside. The weather is usually quite perfect, except for those occasional Spring showers, but the air feels cool with just the right amount of sun. Some outdoor activities you should plan are to take a hike or a walk, camping, visit your local garden, set up the cutest picnic, and have an outdoor movie night!

 

3. Go to a Music Festival


Music festival season is upon us and it’s calling your name! Grab your best friends, style epic looks, and sing your heart out to your favorite music artists. Music festivals, aside from the music of course, are like huge fashion shows and are the home to iconic trends ranging from makeup, outfits, and more importantly the HAIR. Need some fun hair inspo? Head over to our Tiktok for the latest festival hairstyle trends!

 

 

4. Learn Something New


Have you been dreaming about being the best chef out of your friend group? Take a cooking class or try out some new recipes from Youtube! Another thing you can learn is a new language! Or what about how to knit or crochet? Whatever it is, it’s always fun to learn about something new and add it to your resume of amazing talents.

 

 

5. Shop at the Farmer’s Markets and Local Thrift Stores


There’s nothing better than fresh produce, delicious foods, and artisan crafts. These can all be found at your local farmer’s and flea markets! There are a ton of original items and vintage pieces of clothing that you most likely won’t be able to find at your normal retail stores. This makes shopping even more fun! And not to mention you’d be supporting great small businesses.

 

 

6. Go to a Museum

Immerse yourself in art and history by going to a museum. Museums are quite peaceful if you’re trying to take a break and relax a little bit. And when you go to a museum, take your time looking at the piece of work. Notice all the details, read about the creator, and try to see how the art makes you feel. This is a good way to practice being present, which can be difficult when our minds are used to being on-the-go all the time, but trust us, you’ll feel so at ease.

 

Have a wonderful Spring season baes!


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