The book starts off with a look at what is zapping your energy, with some great questions. Based on your answers, some of the following chapters are recommended for the areas you need to focus on the most. But I found all of them worth reading. Changing your outlook, balancing life, finding pleasure in every day and powering up at midlife were the chapters I most identified with.
The third part of the book is a great two week plan, laid out with suggestions and alternatives to change your existing habits to ones that will help invigorate you throughout the day. This section is great and one I'm going to utilize.
There is a section on stretching included as well as some interesting little 'revive in five' and peace pocket boxes scattered throughout the book with great ideas to stop and revitalize in a short amount of time.
I really enjoyed this book and will be rereading it again and certainly putting into practice many of the positive ideas presented. Most of them are simple and doable. We just have to start!
Read an excerpt of Get Energy.
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And thanks to The Hachette Book Group, I had three copies of this wonderful book to giveaway. Those winners are:
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