It’s April and you’ve realized you haven’t made a dent in your New Year’s resolutions list. Not to worry, spring is in the air and it’s the perfect time to organize and recharge. This means it’s time to shed some of those bad habits and, dare we say it, people who aren’t supporting you. Here are a few ways to get you on the right track.

1. The Company You Keep
Friendships are important and play a huge role in defining our support systems. Do you ever notice how some friends push you to do better and others tend to drag you down? Maintaining healthy relationships can be difficult, especially as time passes and we get older. However, that doesn’t mean you should keep negative people around just out of convenience or fear. Out with the old and in with the new! To start, focus on strengthening relationships with friends who make you happy. You’ll start to see the other, more toxic relationships naturally fall away.

2. Keep Things Finance Friendly
Budgeting is our friend, not our foe. It’s a good habit to pick up and something you have to manage for the remainder of your life. If you’re not a fan of sitting down and balancing your checkbook there are tons of budgeting apps on the market. Mint is a money management app that is user friendly and sure to make your bank account blossom.

3. F Stands for Foodie
Think about it. Do you feel better after stuffing your face with Chipotle or eating a homemade, well-balanced meal? We understand eating can be a challenge when you’re always on the go and healthy options aren’t always the most convenient. This is why meal prepping or packing snacks should be a priority when starting off your week. Give Sunday meal preps a try by loading up on lean proteins, veggies, and fruits. It can be a challenge, but you can do it! If you have no idea where to start, read these 12 genius meal prep tips or give a meal prep service like Home Chef a shot.  

How are you spring-cleaning your life?

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