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Spring clean your spirit

As we blossom into the new season, Wild Nutrition’s Henrietta Norton encourages us to recommit to our goals, let go of our emotional baggage and step outside into the fresh air

The transition into spring is just around the corner. The season of new beginnings and, in Traditional Chinese Medicine, the time when we move from the yin (darker) part of the year to the yang (lighter). Like all things in nature, we’re naturally drawn to living sedentary lifestyles; retreating into our warm homes during the cold winter months. As hibernating animals awaken and flowers start to bloom, spring encourages us to fling open the windows and get outside to replenish qi with good-quality air. It is also the time for the infamous ‘spring clean’, a tradition that can be applied to all areas of our lives; clearing away those aspects that no longer serve our wellbeing and making room for new roots to flourish.

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