My Best Tips for more Energy

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I’ve written about energy a lot latley, and today I’m sharing my tips on things that give me energy in my daily life.

i don’t know why but listening to music is one of my recharges.

I think like this, if I find something that recharges me, then I can’t be unique in that. My list isn’t exhaustive but can give you ideas on how to find energy in your everyday life. I wrote much of this in the late autumn darkness, and perhaps it was precisely the lack of energy at that time that triggered me. I hope you can find some tips you haven’t tried yet. At the same time, I hope you can leave your own tips as a comment. Is there something you do that recharges you?

  1. Listen to music. Music has always had a relaxing effect on me.
  2. Disconnect from your own thoughts. This is difficult, but I often succeed when watching a movie, playing video games, reading a book, or similar activities.
  3. Breathe. Just stop and stand, sit, or lie still and enjoy the moment. Without needing to do anything other than what comes to mind. It could be sitting on the porch in the sun and surfing the internet. Or stopping on a forest walk to take a picture of the autumn leaves. Or just listening to the water trickling in the ditch.
  4. Meditation, a newly discovered part of my life, contributes to my energy levels.
  5. Low-concentration projects like gardening, woodworking, problem-solving, playing computer/video games, and similar activities provide me with energy.
  6. Driving alone in traffic. I think this may be because I’ve worked as a professional driver for nearly 20 years.
  7. Reading a book. A good way for me to clear my mind.
  8. Listen to the radio. But not all programs give energy. Some radio hosts are real energy thieves. Having the radio in the background is something I grew up with and is a natural part of my environment. However, it can also be a real energy thief for some.
  9. Working on the computer with something. I only write when I have plenty of energy or when I must. Sometimes it becomes a must when I come up with a good idea, then writing it down can give me a good amount of energy.
  10. Solving problems, such as thinking about how something should be constructed or just solving a Sudoku puzzle, can give me a tremendous amount of energy. I compare it to how some say you get energy from going for a run. I feel good training my logical brain.
  11. Puzzle-solving. Sitting and solving a slightly more challenging Sudoku or thinking about a logical puzzle is often a source of energy for me.
  12. Problem-solving. Thinking about how to make something work may indeed take energy, but when you crack the problem, it releases a lot of energy. I can almost liken it to fusing two hydrogen atoms.

In conclusion, finding activities that replenish our energy reserves is essential for maintaining balance and well-being in our daily lives. By incorporating some of these practices into your routine, you can cultivate moments of rejuvenation amidst life’s demands. Remember, what works for one person may not work for another, so it’s important to explore and discover what truly energizes you. Whether it’s immersing yourself in music, engaging in low-concentration projects, or simply taking a moment to breathe, prioritize self-care and nourish your spirit. By doing so, you’ll not only enhance your energy levels but also cultivate a greater sense of fulfillment and vitality in your everyday experiences.”


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