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This article is written by a student writer from the Her Campus at Oregon chapter.

Spring brings a new season of starting over and growth. It’s the time of the year when everything starts to grow back and the world is colorful again! It’s also the time when people get the sudden urge to clean everything, but why not start with your life?

Reevaluate Your Relationships

Maybe there’s an old boyfriend/girlfriend or a friendship that’s hanging by threads, and now is the time to take a close look at what’s important to you. There doesn’t need to be any extra stress in your life. So, follow the pattern of the season and start fresh by surrounding yourself with good people. 

De-clutter Your Closet…And Your Life

This is one of the most classic things to do during a spring cleaning session! Go through your wardrobe and decide what you don’t need any more. This will lighten your load and ultimately make you appreciate what you have even more. While you’re at it, look around your daily life and see what is important and what’s not. Get rid of the unwanted, unneeded and unnecessary. 


Organization is something that very easily gets lost throughout a daily basis. Things seem in order and then suddenly your clothes are in your oven and your desk becomes a pantry. Take time to make sure everything is where it needs to be at home, work and in your personal life. There’s no room for messiness when you’re trying to conquer the world. 

Take Time For You

The truth is that we start the year with resolutions and goals, but by March we’re back to our old ways. Get out of your rut and treat yourself. Make time to go to the gym, sleep more or even just enough time to catch up on your shows. We’re only three months into the year so don’t forget to put yourself first and reset 2018. 

Set New Goals

Like I said before, Spring is the time for new and for growth. Take a step back and think about what you want to achieve. You can set goals for this week, this month or even the next five years. By taking time to evaluate your relationships, your career and yourself you’re going to put yourself in a position to succeed!

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