Too many of us, it seems, are constantly striving for better energy without even really remembering what it really feels like to have high energy levels. Continue reading
Want to improve your energy levels?
One of the easiest and most efficient ways to achieve that is to look at the things in your life that are draining your energy and remove them. Rather than being an additive way to improve your energy, this is a ‘subtractive’ method. In other words, you are improving your energy by doing less and not by doing more – which is considerably easier when your energy was low to begin with and taking on new challenges can be exhausting.
But which habits should you break if you want to get back your energy? Here are some of the top candidates.
Tea and Coffee
If you use caffeine to power you through the day, then this is something you should look at stopping right away. Caffeine can actually severely hamper your energy levels and may even be what’s making it so hard to get up in the morning. Continue reading
Are you starting to feel sluggish? Perhaps it’s getting to be 4pm and you’re starting to feel your body slow down. Or maybe you’ve just woken up and you’re struggling to overcome that sleep inertia?
What then can you do to wake yourself up and to feel much more invigorated… right now? Continue reading