SEATTLE, WA (PRWEB) May 5, 2004 -
Â Is shuttling out-of-school kids back and forth to day camp, planning family vacations, or simply going to and from work in hundred-degree heat taking the pep right out of your step? Instead of relaxed and refreshed, is summer vacation leaving you tired, drained and devoid of energy? Discover how to lighten up and avoid drooping into a dark funk.
ÂWhen you find yourself feeling burnt-out, take some time to refill your personal energy cup,Â says Sally Veillette, motivational speaker and author of Coming To Your Senses: Soaring with Your Soul (Pop the Cork Publishing, http://www.GetTheGlow.com). The energy cup is a built-in mechanism that all of us have, which guides you through lifeÂs sweet and sticky spots.Â
Having battled Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Veillette is an expert on showing stressed out parents, overextended overachievers, displaced workers and disillusioned bosses how to pour pizzazz back into their empty energy cups. Replenish your spirit and give the cold shoulder to fading fire with these five ÂelectrifyingÂ tips from VeilletteÂs book:
1. Inhale and exhale deeply. Do it again for good measure.
2. Relax. Jot down a list of things that would feel really good. Choose one thing and do it.
3. Pretend youÂre a kid again. Think back to your earliest inclinations. Are those still with you?
4. Give in to the Âvice squad.Â Indulge moderately in something (Chocolate? Shopping?) that you find comforting.
5. Schedule some free time. Cancel every single thing you possibly can. Notice how light it makes you feel.
DonÂt let stress and exhaustion dim your inner glow. Define your dreams, take time for yourself and unleash the 100,000 watts of unquenchable energy packed within your soul.
Get the FREE report Â10 Ways to Discover Your Deepest PassionsÂ at
Coming to Your Senses Â Soaring with Your Soul; Pop The Cork Publishing; ISBN 0-9741854-1-8; $19.95
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