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  • Writer's pictureLisa Dunk

Spring Cleaning: Clean Your Space, Clean Your Mind

Spring is in the air, and you know what that means—time for some good ol' spring cleaning! But hold up, if you're navigating cancer treatment, the idea of tackling chores is daunting. Don't worry; we've got your back!


  1. Pace Yourself: Spring cleaning doesn't have to be a marathon. Break tasks into manageable chunks and listen to your body's cues. Take breaks as needed and don't hesitate to ask for help from friends or family.

  2. Prioritize Your Space: Focus on areas that will bring you the most joy and comfort. Whether it's creating a cozy reading nook or organizing your favorite hobbies, make your space a sanctuary tailored to your needs.

  3. Let Go with Love: Decluttering can be cathartic, but it's okay to hold onto sentimental items. If something brings you joy or holds cherished memories, keep it close. Remember, spring cleaning is about creating space, not erasing the past.

  4. Embrace Minimalism: Simplify your surroundings to reduce stress and create a sense of calm. Donate or recycle items that no longer serve a purpose, and relish in the newfound space and clarity.

  5. Practice Self-Care: Spring cleaning isn't just about tidying up physical spaces—it's also an opportunity to nurture your mental and emotional well-being. Take breaks to rest, indulge in your favorite self-care rituals, and celebrate your progress along the way.

Spring cleaning with cancer may require a different approach, but it can still be a revitalizing and uplifting experience. By approaching it with mindfulness and self-compassion, you can create a space that supports your healing journey and brings you joy throughout the season and beyond.




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