10 Rejuvenation Tips To Grab On The Run:

by Carole Bourne

Your energy is the most important thing in the world.  That’s why its essential to value your energy and be proactive in rejuvenating yourself often throughout your day.  Value and nurture your energy well-being by grabbing one or more tips from my suggestions below and start a new well being habit today.

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10 Rejuvenation Tips To Grab On The Run:

1: Today is the best day of my life ever – Write it onto a post-it note and then stick onto your coffee mug:

2: The essential oil – May Chang – encourages you to play more. Put some into your oil burner at the home/office so working becomes more joyful

3: Stretch reminder: Okay, off your chair, stand on your tippy toes and reach for the sky. Twinkle twinkle little star. Jiggle it all about

4: Ward off energy vampires by placing a small piece of the crystal black tourmaline in your bra or pocket. It transmutes negative energies.

5: Time for hand yoga. Hold your ear lobes between thumb and index finger, gently pull down. Feel release of stuck energy from your head, neck

6: Time for some focused breathing to slow down the mind and bring your awareness back into your body. Just observe your breath for 2 minutes.

7: Yoga tip: Release stress, create breathing space between thoughts and release pressure in back with child pose http://tinyurl.com/63xmbm

8: Tension buster: Open mouth, stick out tongue, further, now say ah! It releases tension in jaw and neck, encourages relaxation in face and cheek muscles

9: Power snack while at your computer: Eat natural raw almonds, they are magnesium rich which encourages your nervous system and adrenals to relax.

10: Live gently today. Talk gently, think gently, eat gently. Be gentle to yourself and other and watch the stress dissolve.


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{ 4 comments… read them below or add one }

Megan from Imaginif April 27, 2008 at 3:34 pm

Carole what a fantastic idea. Well done to you.
Hope your son’s shoulder has recovered. My thoughts have been with you all.


Rick Emmerich/@hearthealthguy April 27, 2008 at 9:02 pm

Love the blog. We have similar subject matter. Keep up the good work, cool pic too.
Rick, @hearthealthguy


Dr. Nicole Sundene April 28, 2008 at 5:44 am

So where does one buy some black tourmaline? Someone suggested that to me before and I liked the idea!


Suzie May 1, 2008 at 9:39 am

Love your twittering, think it is a great idea, good for me and fun too:)


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