Feeling scattered – some days it happens. For the last couple of days, I’ve felt scattered and a little tired in the afternoons and evenings. While I still get a lot done, I feel that it isn’t enough and I don’t always get the “right” things done. Yesterday, when I was heading to bed, I felt like my body was buzzing and my brain was still going. I took some deep breaths and started visualizing the perfect day. That relaxed me in order to fall asleep.
Have you ever felt just a little bit off. Everything is going right but nothing seems to be going right. That’s how I’ve felt the last couple of days. Nothing has changed; my morning routine is still the same, my eating habits are pretty good and I drink ample water and don’t drink alcohol. As an entrepreneur and simply a human, we have those days when we simply need to recharge. It’s necessary and you can’t ignore the signs.
Recharge Your Batteries
- Take time for you by taking a break during the day to go for a walk or go out in nature
- Exercise daily even if it’s a short walk
- Get ample sleep
- Eliminate alcohol and sugar
- Eat healthy including fresh fruits and vegetables.
- Practice meditation, yoga or visualization
- Eliminate social media and the news or anything that leads to negativity
Ultimately, you are responsible for your health and happiness. If you start feeling scattered and a bit off, take a moment to reset and recharge. Take some downtime during the day
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