As we inch towards the end of the year energy can seem a little hard to find can’t it? Which is why I am thrilled to read the very easy solutions that Kate has come up with…
“People talk about finding energy as if there’s a stash of it hidden somewhere. Like a $20 note in a pair of jeans you haven’t worn for months. But as quickly as you’ve found it, it’s gone. Everyone has a different way of finding energy – or, more accurately, creating energy. Some use a combination of techniques – some are well recognized my medical professionals, some are endorsed by crazies, but as far as I’m concerned, whatever gets you going is good. Here is my summary of the most popular human energizers:
1. Sleep People these days talk of sleep like junkies talk about a hit. They crave it more than anything – sex, money, iPads. It’s weird that being zonked out for 8 hours is such an effective energizer, but it is. Nothing makes you feel as great as a good night’s sleep. Problem is, you can’t buy 8 uninterrupted hours at the 7 Eleven. But imagine if you could …zzzz
2. Good food Happily, this is easier to come by than sleep. And it doesn’t have to be tea-smoked wild salmon with a Kale compote. Something simple does the trick – like HEINZ BEANZ. Simple, tasty, filling. Get into some Beanz on toast for breakfast, and because they’re low GI and high in protein you won’t be sniffing around for a muffin at 10am. Unlike sleep, you don’t need 8 hours to enjoy HEINZ BEANZ, and they are generally available at the 7 Eleven.