LIVE everyday through love and compassion, and develop a strong sense of self. Stay CONNECTed to who you are, and to others. Listen to your feelings, your heart, and you will hear your calling. We are all connected so learn and listen to one another. And most of all just BREATHE, take in every moment, and appreciate it. Understand it--bad or good--learn from it. Listen and surrender to the world inside of you, and the world among you. LIVE OPENLY, CONNECT ALWAYS, AND REMEMBER TO BREATHE!
Here is an article I did for LIVESTRONG.com on few good tips to boost that energy!
Chronic fatigue is an epidemic that affects millions of people each day. You may think eating a power bar or ingesting an energy drink will solve the problem but it is quite the opposite. These products last for a short period and may cause you more health problems. Simple approaches such as exercise, eating healthy and taking your vitamins can help boost your energy.
Eat a clean for at least a week. Cut out sugar, nicotine, alcohol, caffeine and chemicals. Adjust your menu to include healthy foods such as grass-fed beef and wild, steamed or grilled fish. Eat small portions of cooked non-gluten grains such as oatmeal or quinoa. Enjoy vegetables, berries, fruits, nuts and seeds. Drink fresh or raw vegetable juices and organic broth.
Take vitamins and supplements. Ingesting supplements may speed along certain metabolic pathways that are nutrient dependent. These get sluggish when those nutrients are in short supply. Take Coenzyme Q10, an effective antioxidant that works to help the functioning of your heart. It works for both men and women and should be taken as directed on label.
Doing exercise at least 3 to 5 times a week is a stress reducer and an energy booster. Do a 15-minute routine, such as running or brisk walking and squats or push-ups. These exercises send oxygen and nutrients to your brain and improve your circulation. Exercise gives you "feel-good" endorphins throughout your body and makes you feel energized.