People around the world enjoy some interesting spring traditions.
In Mexico, visitors flock to the ancient city of Teotihuacan (about an hour from Mexico City) on the first day of spring to climb the Pyramid of the Sun. About a month later, in Thailand, revelers enjoy three days of water fights during the Songkran Festival. And, on the last Monday in May, a whole bunch of people gather in Gloucestershire, England, to chase cheese down a hill.
While you, dear reader, may or may not be checking out these happenings, you may be readying for a more mundane seasonal tradition.
After being cooped up inside through the frosty days of winter, spring cleaning is a way of freshening up your house to match the season's refreshingly warm and sunny weather.
Here are a few DIY spring cleaning tips to get you started.