The other day, as I struggled to get out of bed and get to work I got to thinking ‘Why am I so tired?’ I eat clean, I exercise daily, and I take supplements – I then started to reflect on my achievements over the past 12 months:

  • I completed my life coaching studies and relaunched my business
  • I packed up my life in Sydney and moved to the Lake
  • I haven’t stopped doing minor updates to the new house
  • I’m planning major renovations, and
  • I’ve had to deal with everyday life stresses.

On top of all of this, I haven’t had a holiday in nearly 3 years; no wonder I feel bloody tired…! The sad thing is that I’m pretty sure I’m not the only one who is feeling this way so being the kind of person I am I’m going to share with you my tips on getting through the next 6 months in one piece.

  1. Boost your intake of veggies or just eat a rainbow.
  2. Eat clean and try to stay away from processed foods.
  3. Drink more water.
  4. Exercise or at least move your body throughout the day.
  5. Keep your alcohol consumption under control.
  6. If you feel tired then have a nap or have an early night.
  7. Get outdoors. Boost your Vitamin D levels by taking your lunch break in the park and not at your desk.
  8. In times of stress, it’s important to quieten the mind and shut the world out.
  9. Spend time with those who make you laugh and feel good about yourself.
  10. If you have a dog then take them out during the day for a quick walk around the block not only will they love it but you’re treating yourself.

There you have it, 10 tips to get you to the end of the year in one piece!

If you need any help with getting your health back on track please don’t hesitate to contact me at info@annedaviesnutritionlifecoach.com.au

 

Much love

Anne

 

 

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