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13 Quick Energy Boosters (From A to M)

By mandycheney |

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Oh dear energy, where art thou? I miss you so much!

The other day I asked my son if he wanted to play Legos. He said, ”Yes, but do you think you can stay awake, mom?”

Oh no, how sad. Unfortunately, I’ve been known to fall asleep playing Legos before, (but I’ve also been known to fall asleep at stoplights and other crazy places.) I’ll admit, my energy crashes right about the time I take my last bite of lunch these days and I find myself staring off at the couch longing to curl up for a few hours.

I’m not used to being so energy deficient. I’m typically a mover and a shaker, so I’m not a fan of being “sleepy mommy” and I gather my kids aren’t too keen on it either. It is possible to have children (be pregnant) and have energy, right? I believe! I believe! I know, because I used to have more energy. That’s it. I’m done! Adios sleepy mommy, I am on an energy quest!

Do you ever feel your energy crash throughout the day and long for a little extra pep in your step?

If so, feel free to join me in these QUICK, energy-boosting secrets that I’m adding to my day. I like the alphabet, so here are the first 13 from A to M…

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Quick Energy Boosters

A is for Air

Fresh air, it does the body good! If you find yourself in a stuffy office or you haven't left your house yet, stick your face outside and inhale some of Mother Nature's goodness for a quick energy boost.

What do you do to give yourself a quick energy boost in the day?

Stay tuned, energy boosters N-Z coming soon…


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About mandycheney



Mandy Cheney is a writer and mother of 4 residing in Utah. She was a Parenting blogger at Babble.

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