Would you like to feel alive and in charge of how you feel daily?
Do you have more energy some days versus others and wonder why and how that's possible?
There are probably a lot of days when you feel like you are doing everything right to have more energy, but somehow you fall short. You actually engage in daily habits that you think are helping to boost your overall energy levels, when in fact they are really zapping them.
If you would like to have more daily energy, it is time to take a serious look at the habits that you keep and decide if they are serving you well or if it might be time to change some of them up.
For you to live your best life you have to learn how to live in harmony with your habits-your own unique life & habit balance.
This book is meant to get you thinking. A lot of days we put our lives on auto pilot and mindlessly go about our days forgetting to check in with ourselves. If you want a life with more daily energy, you have to start checking in with yourself-you can no longer run on auto pilot.
Over the course of this book, you will learn how to:
- Listen to clues your body gives
- Evaluate which of your habits might be zapping your energy
- Take small action steps to improve your habits
This book is divided into 3 parts. Part 1 will help you evaluate your habits and decide whether you need to change any of them up. Parts 2 and 3 consist of 16 habits that can affect your daily energy levels. Physical health habits: food, nutrition, and physical body; and, Emotional health habits: mind, soul, and spirituality. You choose how to work through the book-reading page by page or only reading the sections you feel apply to your unique energy needs.
Are any of these habits affecting your daily energy?
- Being addicted to carbohydrates
- Trading sleep for awake time
- Not listening to your life's calling
- Stinkin' thinkin'
Be empowered. Gain more energy. Create your path to habit harmony!
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About the Author
Terri Test is a Certified Holistic Health Coach who has been working in the healthcare industry for more than twenty years. Through health struggles of her own and of her families', she has learned that there is no one size fits all approach to having a healthy life. Living your best life is about finding a way to live in harmony with your habits and striking a balance between the life you are currently living versus the life you would like to live.
Because the healthcare industry has too much on its plate and doctors have more patients than ever before to care for, she is a strong believer that it is important for every individual to empower themselves with knowledge and learn to be their own best health advocate. (www.balanceachieved.com)