It's always a good time to check in about your health, from a cut finger and the latest methods for self care, to taking confident steps for managing your time out and how to step off this crazy whirl when our lives get just too busy.
Whether you like to fill your house with plants, as Amy Cooper did in our story - did you know that sharing your room with just one plant can improve air quality by 25 percent? And if you add five plants to that same four by five metre space, you'll have 75 percent cleaner air - or busting the myths around the 'an apple a day' theory, you can read all about it in this Spring edition of our Wimmera Grampians Health and Wellness Guide, out today.
To read more fabulous local stories and keep your finger on the pulse of all things health, click on the link to our e-magazine online here
Then to brush up on the latest in fitness and exercise, our story about how physical activity may be the finest aid to a good night's sleep, is worth the read.
Getting enough exercise in the week may help counter the serious health harms associated with poor sleep quality, according to a study led by University of Sydney.
The study, which was published online in the British Journal of Sports Medicine outlined that adults who included at least 2.5 hours of moderate-intensity exercise per week, or at least 1.75 hours of vigorous exercise per week, could improve the risks of cardiovascular disease and cancer.
And on a lighter note, why not test your grey matter by sitting around the kitchen table and taking our trivia test with the family. It's a bit of fun, and even the plants on the mantelpiece might enjoy it.