10 spring activities

We have officially entered spring and I’ve been waiting for that so much. So here’s 10 spring activities to celebrate the new season.

Plant cress

Cress is a perfect little kitchen plant, it’s easy, requires no dirt at all, and it taste wonderful on eggs.

Go to a spring (flea/farmer) market

Going to a market, is always fun and can bring a lot of good with it. Farmers markets shows you what’s in season right now, and often gives you the chance to support small businesses.

Flea markets is the perfect place to pick up a few new things to brighten up your home for spring.

Plant spring flowers

Planting flowers in your garden, in pots for your front steps or just in a pot for the table, is the perfect way to invite spring inside.

Go to the park

Spring brings rain, shifting weather and lots of sun. Take the opportunity to go to the park. Remember your sun screen, bring blankets and if the weather is really nice bring a nice picnic.

Pack away your winter gear/closet

Spring is the perfect time to go through your closet. Throw what has been worn down, repair what needs to be repaired. Pack down the things you know you’ll wear again, and donate the rest.

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Stone painting

Go out into nature, and find stones in all kinds of shapes and sizes. Take them home, paint them brightly, and then place them among your flowers, in flower pots or on your windowsills

Freshen up your bedroom

Spring is the perfect time for a bedroom makeover. It doesn’t have to be a big expensive thing either. New bedcovers, a few throw pillows, or a few fresh accessories always help brighten the room up.

Do a clean out and hold a “garage sale”

Remember the spring flea market? Well what about having your own tiny garage sale? Clean out all the weird stuff you have in storage and have your own little sale. Not only will it declutter your home, but it will earn you a bit of cash.

Make a spring wreath for your door

No one says wreaths on the door is only for Christmas. Brighten up your home and welcome your guests, with a nice spring wreath.

Try outside yoga

Better weather means a chance to get outside more. Why not see if there’s an outside yoga class near you? Or just go to the park and do your daily routine. It’s a great day to change it up a bit, and give you some fresh air on top of it.

I hope these inspired you to celebrate spring. Do you have any favorite spring activities? Let me know in the comments.

Love, Tea

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40 thoughts on “10 spring activities

    1. Oh yes, fresh products are wonderful. I’m lucky that a lot of the even big chain stores in my area have deals with small nearby farms and sell their products when in season. But i can’t wait for the markets to come alive.

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  1. Whoop whoop Spring is coming!! I ADORE spring. It’s my favourite time of year. I get so excited seeing little flowers gingerly poking their heads out of the ground, and trees proudly displaying their beautiful blossoms.
    Spring tends to active a massive cleaning/clearing out thing inside me which I love. Out with winter and in with the spring!

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  2. I’d love to visit a good food market this spring. There aren’t many near me, I need to try and hunt one down slightly further afield. Feels way too cold to be packing coats away just yet though 😂 X

    Sophie

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    1. that’s a great idea. I miss having outside space. Last year me and the kids had tomatoes frowing in the windows. They gave a few tomatoes, but the whole apartment smelled like tomato plants lol

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  3. It’s still quite cold and bleak here in Minnesota but spring is coming and I can’t wait for the farmer’s markets to open up again.

    I had no idea that growing cress was so easy! I don’t see a lot of it used in food around these parts so it’ll be interesting to try and find some I can grow. Thanks for the tip though.

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    1. all you need to grow cress is five days, some seeds, cotton and water. Place the cotton in a dish, make it very wet, sprinkle the seeds on top and keep watering it once or twice a day. Keep in a window with sun and in 1 – 2 days you’ll see it sprout and a few days later it should have leaves.

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  4. I’m excited about spring too. The shift in weather, style and the blossoms beautifully decorating the city Great ideas for the new season. I’ll definitely be visiting a few farmer/flower markets and refreshing my room. Have a wonderful day dear.

    Tx.

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  5. Love these ideas!! Also they’re very inexpensive and it makes for a great activity to do with family or friends. Makes me excited for spring

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  6. I am so ready for spring. Our plum tree is in full bloom right now, lovely pink blossoms. I really enjoy farmer’s markets, so much more than just local produce. Definitely a great time to start getting outside more. I am all up for regular trips to the park and yoga in nature! Stone Painting is a great idea, I’ve done this with my kids in the past and have been meaning to do it again. I love how people will paint stones and leave them for people to find at parks and on trails. 🙂

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  7. I love the cress idea, it reminds me of being at school 😊 I’ll have to try it with my little boy.

    Freshen up my bedroom and hold a garage sale are already on my list for this spring 😊

    Yogas on my to do list for March already, so I might try and get outside if the weather gets a bit warmer and enjoy it in the sunshine.

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