Getting Your Energy Back

When we talk about energy levels we’re talking about the physical aspect of it: 

  • how much you sleep
  • what you eat
  • you’re lifestyle

But we’re also talking about the mindset aspect too. 

How do you get your groove back? How do you spring back when you feel your energy is depleted? What thought process do you embark on to get yourself re-energized? 

Our society and culture rewards being a busy bee and obtaining many accomplishments. 

If you grew up in the western world, and over the last 20 years we’ve noticed a rapid change of pace. We can do more, add more. In fact, it is possible to work in the newsroom, be at every soccer game, organize dinner parties or even book summer holidays. Just check your friend’s Instagram. This is what social media and other media platforms tell us we should aspire to.

Except that if you’re human like me there is a moment where your body and mind will go to burnout mode unless you give it what it needs. 

What I’ve learned over the last year is that I was running at full speed not recognizing that I had a marathon to run. It was probably not the best use of my energy capital to spend it all like this.

I realized I wasn’t running with the right mindset. 

Over the next couple of weeks, we’re going to talk about how to change habits even when life is hectic and not as predictable as we wish it should be. 

I’ll share with you the tools I am using and how you can apply them on your own. I’ll be traveling over the summer months. And I imagine many of you will too. I wanted to share my journey to arriving back from vacations completely rested and not exhausted by all the socializing and trips.

In this episode, I’ll share with you the first tool we often dismiss. 

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Resources mentioned: Younger written by Sara Gottffried, M.D. (not an affiliate link)