The holidays are here and after all the running around, by the time we get home, we just want to stop and sit for a long time. But of course, just because the holidays are here, doesn’t mean everything else comes to a halt. We have work that needs to be done whether it’s around the house, with our career, or even with our relationships. We have to make time for the little things that are truly important to us. These things will all require energy! So here are some tips to help boost your energy and keep it up all day long:
– Eat a diet rich in whole foods that include grains, vegetables, beans, leafy greens, etc.
– Eat plenty of fiber, vitamins, and minerals
– Avoid processed foods (they can actually decrease your energy)
– Slowly eliminate foods that can give you a false sense of energy like caffeine, sugar, alcohol, etc.
– Get moving! Exercise will boost your endorphins giving you real energy all day! Figure out what is best for you. Experiment with exercising in the morning, afternoon, and evening. Keep notes to see what boosts your energy the most and keeps it up the whole day.
– Drink plenty of water
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