Hello. I wfh and take care of my family. It can be hard to maintain high energy. I drink coffee in the morning and will eat candy during the day when I'm feeling tired. Hoping this group has ways they keep their energy up all day long
I try to make time for short walks during the day. Sometimes it's a struggle to get myself to do it, but even 5-7 minutes will boost my energy and I *never* regret it.
@BubblyMom - same! I also aim to get outside shortly after the sun rises to help regulate circadian rhythm, blood sugar, etc. Even just a few minutes of indirect sunlight can be a game-changer for energy throughout the day.
Hi, @kj36928! As someone who also works from home and take care of my family, I empathize! See here for my go-to list of foods that help with energy: wellnesswithedie.com/healthy-foods-that-give-you-energy/. Rather than reach for candy, opt for foods like bananas and roasted sweet potatoes for a natural boost. ❤️
I am in the same boat, wfh and care for family. I love 5-10 min yoga or walk breaks. You’d be surprised at what even short breaks can have!
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