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4 Signs Spring Has Almost Arrived

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Four Signs Spring Has Almost Arrived

After a long winter, we start to see the telltale signs of spring. We see the birds chirping, longer days and blooming flowers. The warmer weather signifies a fresh start with more time outdoors.

That can be by bringing your garden back to life, and of course, spring cleaning! While these signs are positive for the most part, it’s common to feel unprepared when the new season comes so quickly.

A teal wooden table with Dr. Scholl's insoles, a box of Claritin and Aerius with flowers strewn about.

Here are a few things that signify spring is around the corner, with tips for a smooth transition.

1. Your eyes, nose, and skin are itchy.

I have suffered from allergies for my whole life. So, I definitely know when spring is coming. I’m not alone, unfortunately, for many this time of year is better known as allergy season. When there aren’t enough tissues to keep your nose from running, it’s time to break out some serious allergy relief.

Aerius tablets are clinically proven to relieve 15 different allergy symptoms for up to 24 hours. It’s hard to convince people that you just have allergies, not a cold. Especially when you have a bad case of the sniffles. I know that it’s a constant battle for me. Try Claritin Rapid Dissolve for fast 24-hour relief of your indoor and outdoor allergy symptoms. The tablet dissolves instantly on the tongue, with no water needed, it’s perfect for people like me who are constantly on the go!

2. It’s raining a lot.

We’ve finally moved on from the snowy weather but now it’s time to welcome the rain. While it’s nice to look at from the right side of a window, there’s nothing worse than getting unexpectedly soaked. Invest in a travel-sized, lightweight umbrella you can fit in your bag for those sporadic rainy days. Spring is known for its rain, it doesn’t have to be known for bad hair days too! The only upside to this is that you can break out those cute rain boots that sit in your closet!

 3. It’s time to pack away those winter boots.

Over the winter many of us get way too comfortable with spending our time indoors and avoiding the cold weather. Now that spring is here,  it’s time to step into your spring shoes and get more active! Stroll comfortably this spring with Scholl’s Massaging Gel Insoles for all-day comfort.

TIP: Make a list of things in the area you’d like to visit on foot so you have it handy when you’re looking for a fun weekend activity.

I use these because I’m a heel walker and no matter what I do, my heels always end up hurting. But, with the insoles, it absorbs the impact. Now, I can take advantage of the warmer weather without getting tired feet. If you’re starting from scratch, start slow by increasing your steps. 

 4.You’re due for a thorough spring cleaning.

It’s time to open those windows and freshen up your home. While you tidy up, set aside lightly used items that you no longer need for donation. There’s no better feeling than reducing clutter and helping those in need while you do it!

Spring is the light at the end of the winter tunnel. With a little preparation, your transition into the new season will be seamless!

How do you get prepared for the new season?

Let me know, til then–cheers m’deres!



Note: This post is sponsored by Bayer. To make sure these products are right for you, always read and follow the label.


It's been a long winter. Here are 4 signs that spring is on its way and what you can use to help you get ready for allergy season. #allergyseason #tips

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  1. Allergies are common in my family. Yes, when spring rolls around and we spend more time outdoors, there are a lot of sniffles around here!!

  2. Yes, it’s time to stock up on allergy medicines! Claritin has been in our house for several years. Doesn’t make us drowsy. I agree on having a light umbrella, just in case the weather turns rainy.

  3. Ugh, so true…POLLEN. YUCK! I have already had sneezing fits. I have seen so many people in their cute rain boots already, it has me wanting to hunt for some. I began my spring cleaning on my car yesterday!

  4. I celebrate a new season by cleaning any and everything!! I love a good deep cleaning and especially during the spring when I can open all the windows and feel the breeze through the house!

  5. My son’s allergies have flared up so I know it’s spring, and I am definitely itching for a full spring cleaning. We live in FL so I rarely get to bring out my boots, but I hold on to them in hopes of a trip up north soon lol.

  6. I love that you shared the signs that spring has arrived! No wonder my eyes were a little watery this past week! I couldn’t even keep my eyes open for that long. Great tips too. Thank you!

  7. We keep Claritan in the house at all times during the warm months. We have terrible seasonal allergies, and it’s the only thing that helps us without making us sleepy.

  8. Living in the Northeast, I’ve seen it before where we’ve gotten snow in April, and frosty mornings in May. I feel it would be a great idea to get stocked up on allergy medicines. May also have to change out my inserts in my shoes for more outdoor activities.

  9. My allergies are already acting crazy. I just stocked up on Claritin but haven’t started my spring cleaning yet. I’m going to get started as soon as spring break is over. I’m definitely going to get some Scholl’s Massaging Gel Insoles. We travel often during the warmer months. I love your idea of making a list.

  10. I have to agree these are defiantly sure signs of spring! I totally getting to cleaning the house and airing it out, which brings on the outside allergies! LOL

  11. My oldest son has allergies and man he suffers bad. We give him medicine and he stays out of the backyard for the most part.

  12. Spring has officially Sprung! Dani Doll has bad allergies and believe it or not – seeing a Chiropractor has been crazy helpful!

  13. Once the cold weather ends we put away our winter clothing. I can’t wait to open up the windows and let fresh Spring air in. I’m just not looking forward to the allergies.

  14. Oh yes… bring it on Spring! I can’t wait for a little more sunshine!
    I’ve always wanted to give Scholl’s Massaging Gel Insoles a go. I have the hardest time keeping my feet comfortable and they just might be the answer I’ve been looking for!

  15. I’ve suffered too, not my whole life, but I started suffering when I moved from the desert up to the pines…and now I’m in a completely different state with different pine trees, so we’ll see if I’m just as miserable as I was before. I hate it!

  16. So far I’ve not been affected by pollen or allergies. Hope it stays that way. I know spring is just around the corner when I begin to wear lighter clothes. Clothes I’ve not seen in a while LOL

  17. As I read this my nose is itchy and I can’t stop sneezing. I hope that means spring is on the way despite the snow on the ground.

    We are moving so I’m doing the ultimate spring cleaning.

  18. We always get a bunch of allergies in our family when spring first arrives as well. And then I love to spring clean the house seems so refreshing afterwards!

  19. Great tips! It’s time for me to stock up on allergy medication. I usually run to pack away boots because I don’t like them. I’m also excited about spring cleaning, so I’ve already begun!

  20. I have been feeling all the signs that spring has arrived. My nose, my eyes and my itchy skin… Although I am loving that the sun is starting to shine almost every day now x

  21. I’ve been trying to remind myself that my itchy eyes are actually a good sign in terms of weather! I wish they would stop feeling so irritable though. 🙁

  22. Beautiful photos!

    Then again, winter is like an angry person that keeps storming out of the room – then suddenly comes to yell: “and another thing”!! 😀 – This is how it’s been where I am. haha. But yes, I’m looking forward to seeing some colors. 🙂

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