Updated: Apr 6
Today is Movement for Movement Monday!
👉 As we all know, doing nothing is doing something however, many of us need some support to simply get moving (whatever that may be for you).
👉 Following your doctor's orders, do whatever he/she has cleared you to do. While recovering from open heart surgery, you may find it a little difficult to "move" and that's normal.
👉 With it being officially Spring, now is the perfect time to incorporate spring cleaning into a movement routine.
💐 Better Homes and Gardens shares in their article written by Jessica Bennett titled: Spring Cleaning Checklist: The Ultimate Guide to a Tidier Home that we can "Welcome spring by giving your home a good deep clean. Our handy guide breaks down the must-do chores into a three-step system. First are the spring cleaning checklist and to-dos, the once-a-year tasks ideally suited for spring. Next, tackle exterior spring cleaning with tips on fix-ups and repairs for the outside of your home. Finally, room-by-room cleaning tips will help you declutter and tidy up specific areas."
👉 To view the entire article, click here
❤️ Remember, cleaning your home can be somewhat physically demanding so talk to your physician and find out if he/she has any recommendations regarding your target heart rate and/or blood pressure.
*Aortic Hope does not provide medical advice. Articles shared are intended to be a source of information. Always consult your personal physical before making any changes to your personal lifestyle.