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Revive Yourself in the New Year

At the start of any New Year, we tend to think about small changes we can make to create a positive impact in our lives. This year, the floral experts at Central Square Florist encourage you to revive yourself in the New Year with flowers. Here's why: Flowers improve creativity. Studies show that creative thought and abilities increase when people are around their favorite colors. Bring flowers in your favorite hues to your work space to open your mind to new possibilities. Flowers improve health. Between their air-purifying qualities and the natural calming effect greens can have, flowers and plants can help you breathe easier, reduce stress and anxiety, and permit more focused attention to detail. Flowers improve relationships. Tending to another living thing and watching it thrive promotes empathy, compassion and sympathy in people. What beautiful traits to bring into all of your relationships. Read More about Revive Yourself in the New Year »
Posted by Jackie Levine on December 26, 2018 Flowers Holidays Roses

Flowers to Ring in the New Year

There is something truly special about celebrating a new year. Just contemplating a fresh start is enough to give us hope and excitement, as the new calendar year stretches out before us, full of possibility. No matter what the past year brought us, we can start over. No wonder we love to acknowledge the time with celebration and parties! If you are hosting the party this year, or are headed to friend's house to be with loved ones, flowers make every party extra special. White Flowers: Why are white flowers so prevalent this time of year? Not only do they evoke feelings of a fresh snowfall, which we all love - but they are known to represent new beginnings. What better way to honor a new¬†year, than with exquisite white roses, hydrangea, or lilies? Read More about Flowers to Ring in the New Year »
Posted by Jackie Levine on December 15, 2016 | Last Updated: December 25, 2016 Flowers