Taking care of our bodies is something we all know we should be doing. Doing it, however, sometimes falls off our priority list. These gentle reminders are meant to keep you on track or help you get back on track.
Have you ever been working, working, working and then hit a wall? Not literally, of course, but figuratively reached that point where you can’t go on. You feel like you can’t function anymore.
Sometimes we have the opportunity to step away from that wall to relax, regroup, and recharge our energy. Other times we do not.
In this week’s episode of Reflections of a Recovering Ugly Duckling, I share my recent experience with hitting the proverbial wall and how I bounced off it and restored my energy so I could continue my day.
What tips do you have for recharging your energy? Share them in the comments section below.
Become healthier without totally disrupting your life!
NOTE: In the video I called this program the Healthier by the Holidays Challenge. I didn’t like calling it a challenge or focusing only on the holidays, so I renamed it. The content will be the same as what I talk about in this video.
If you would like to start living a healthier lifestyle, I encourage you to participate in this free program. Learn more about it at:
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One morning I awoke to the sound of rain hitting the skylight above my bed. The rain didn’t leave me feeling discouraged or bummed about the rainy day ahead of me. Instead I became more aware of the wonders of water.
From the soothing sound of rain on the window panes, to the comforting sound of a toilet flushing, to the refreshing taste of a thirst-quenching gulp–water is a wonderful and amazing gift.
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Anyone who has known me for long, knows I enjoy reading. I enjoy fiction for relaxation and non-fiction for self and business development.
Books were a key part of my relationship with my kids when they were little. They became more important as my children grew into teenagers. I loved seeing my children read and would frequently ask if I could read their books when they were finished.
This accomplished a few things:
It showed them that I was interested in what they were interested in. We’d have great discussions after I finished reading their books.
It taught them both the importance of not spoiling books (or movies) for someone who hasn’t read/seen them yet. 🙂
It opened my eyes to genres and authors that I probably would not have explored on my own.
BOOKS. ARE. AMAZING!
I’d love to know what you are reading these days. Please share your titles and authors in the comments below.