As winter winds to a close, many people have been turning to Pinterest in search of inspiration on spring cleaning.
This year, Australians are looking to refresh every aspect of their lives, from making small changes to their daily routines to de-cluttering wardrobes and tidying up eating habits.
Pinterest recently revealed the top searches for home, health and physical improvements for the year so far.
This year, Australians are looking to refresh every aspect of their lives with practices like Buti yoga (pictured)
SPRING CLEAN YOUR BODY
With health and well-being continuing its’ reign over the world of pop culture, Pinterest users have been hard at work searching for innovative, challenging ways to exercise.
The site also received over 340 million call outs for healthy recipes in the last year.
Unusual workouts have taken the stage in 2018, with searches for flexibility tests such as front splits up 151 per cent, as well as intense dance cardio trends like Buti yoga.
Biohacks are also growing in popularity – those looking to re-root themselves mind, body and soul are cooking with new powerhouses of nutrition like basil seeds for immune strength and disease prevention.
Adaptogens, almond yoghurt and moon milk are other foods also on the rise.
Australians are cooking with new powerhouses of nutrition like basil seeds for immune strength and disease prevention
Traditionally, spring is a time of change and rebirth, making it the perfect time for a makeover.
Pinterest users are replacing their winter style with a fresh haircut, with the classic bob consistently among the most searched trends and a great look for feeling renewed.
Like hair, our skin also needs extra care after the harsh winter cold.
Pinners are getting back to basics with Korean beauty products like sheet masks which help to refresh tired complexions.
Peach and Lily Korean sheet masks help to refresh tired complexions
SPRING CLEAN YOUR ROUTINE
Maintaining positive daily habits is key to overall health and well-being.
According to Pinterest, searches for self-care routine have increased by a staggering 140 per cent since last year.
Among the top searches for self-care are home workouts and skin care, as well as morning and evening rituals.
Bullet journaling, an organisational system for the digital age, has taken off in the past year and is one of the top bedtime routines that Pinners are using to help say focused, happy and on top of things.
Bullet journaling is one of the top bedtime routines helping people to stay focused and happy
Since June, organisation-related searches have increased by 40 per cent globally
SPRING CLEAN YOUR HOUSE
Cleaning the cobwebs from your house also cleanses your mind.
In 2018 alone, there have been over 14 million Pinterest searches for home organisation.
Since June, organisation-related searches have increased by 40 per cent globally.
Key areas of home organisation include wardrobes, kitchens, bedrooms and bathrooms, while storage solutions are also becoming a hot trend with searches for hidden storage up 59 per cent.
Pinterest users are also looking into meditation and garden spaces to for the ultimate in mental rejuvenation.