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4. Go for a Walk
Never underestimate the power of your body! Being sedentary can cause energy levels to go super low, making you feel tired when you’re really not. Shake things up and get the blood flowing back to your brain by taking a walk around the block, around the parking lot, or even just up and down the stairs if that’s all you can do. No matter where you are, you can always walk somewhere, so don’t make excuses, just do it!
5. Pump Up the Volume
Music can really change your mood, so when you feel sluggish and slow, put on some bouncy, upbeat tunes to keep your energy levels high. Dance along if you can, even if it’s only for a minute. When your brain gets more blood, you will feel more awake and alive!
6. Slice Up the Day
If you use a planner or a to-do list, be sure you slice out some time for you! Make time to eat a few healthy snacks, take a stretch break, a quick nap, a few minutes to go for a walk – anything that will get you moving and help to add to your energy levels is just as important as your other tasks. You can’t get as much done if you are dragging due to lack of energy. Schedule YOU time and feel the energy all day long!
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