March 29, 2024

Wellington Senior Living Spring Clean Prep

Category: Senior Living

Author: Robert Borushko, Jr., Plant Operations Director

Spring Cleaning Through Collective Action

Spring cleaning, a cherished tradition observed in various cultures globally, undergoes a transformation as the Earth’s axis tilts, ushering in the rejuvenation of winter landscapes in the northern hemisphere. Daffodils bloom, grass transforms into lush green carpets, and temperatures gradually rise from late March to early April.

Charlie Johnson is about to dunk an inside small basketball into a hoop. He has a big smile while taking a break from the spring cleaning.


The concept of spring cleaning has evolved into a nationally recognized event, observed during Spring Cleaning Week. This annual initiative transcends mere household chores, extending to encompass various aspects of individuals’ lives, including finances, technology, and more.

With this broader perspective in mind, The Wellington Senior Living community in Liberty, MO, gears up for its community-wide spring cleaning endeavor!

This marks the fourth consecutive year that Arrow Senior Living has embraced this springtime tradition across our communities. Each passing year proves to be even more successful than the last.

The transition from winter to spring brings new beginnings. Seize this feeling of freshness to prepare your house for spring and summer!

Here are the activities I undertake to spring clean at home:

  • Wash and treat the windows 
  • Get rid of the dust bunnies 
  • Vacuum and shampoo the carpet 
  • Declutter 
  • Check the dryer vent

Spring cleaning offers numerous benefits, including providing a sense of satisfaction that uplifts your mood. It helps eliminate allergens often overlooked in regular cleaning routines. It’s also the perfect opportunity to clear out unnecessary items from your closets, drawers, and cabinets.

Engaging in spring cleaning promotes mental health and wellness: 

  • Release negative thoughts: Spring signifies renewal and growth. Reflect on and let go of any negative thoughts or beliefs holding you back. 
  • Establish a self-care routine: Prioritize self-care by incorporating activities like meditation, exercise, and spending time outdoors into your routine. 
  • Reconnect with others: Use the spring season to reconnect with friends and family. 
  • Cultivate gratitude: Reflect on the aspects of your life for which you are grateful. Consider keeping a gratitude journal to document daily blessings.

As we, the community, gather to undertake this annual ritual, we remember the power of collective action and the significance of tending to our shared environment. Our efforts not only rejuvenate our homes and neighborhoods but also fortify the bonds that unite us as members of a vibrant and thriving community.

The Wellington Senior Living in Liberty, MO offers senior villas, independent senior apartments, assisted living, and memory care with a variety of services and a range of floor plan options. Amenities include restaurant dining, 24-hour bistro, concierge service, housekeeping, events and entertainment, personal care, transportation services, and more. Centrally located near Liberty Hospital with convenient access to major shopping centers and attractions, including Shoal Creek Golf Course, Historic Downtown Liberty, Stocksdale Park, and Martha Lafite Thompson Nature Sanctuary.

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