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Some tips for finding energy for mums 

8th Jan 2015

Being a mum is one of the most exciting jobs in the world. It is also one of the most draining jobs too. You spend most of your time running around trying to make sure everything is working as it should, and then recovering as a physical wreck at the end of the day.

Energy is something you need a lot of but it seems almost impossible to find, let alone preserve. Fear not, as we have a few ideas in this article that should help you get that energy back and leave you able to take on the day and the family with confidence.

Drink a lot of water

Water is absolutely essential if you are to feel hydrated. The opposite of hydrated is dehydrated and this leaves you feeling lethargic. The last thing you need to feel is lethargic, so we recommend that you drink as much water as is sensible throughout the day.

One tip is to ensure that you don’t drink too much all at once. Instead, go for a glass every now and then throughout the day. This will keep your hydration levels up and therefore allow you to ensure that you have the energy you need to tackle your mum chores all day, rather than  just in the morning when everyone else has energy.

Take  a shower

You know what? This is one of the very best ways to give yourself a quick energy boost. Take a shower in the middle of the day and watch as you just start to feel like a new person. It works every time simply because the shower is literally freshening you up. It is well worth thinking  about for other reasons too. Many people relax in the shower and don’t think about stressful things. The same goes for baths, but you can’t beat showers for allowing you to simply switch off and let water cascade all over you. It does wonders for your vitality and we thoroughly recommend this as a quick energy booster.

Take Time out from being awesome

We try too hard as mums, and sometimes this means that we end up getting ourselves tired quicker. Every now and then we have to do what is generally seen as poor parenting, and just let the children watch TV, or leave them to play video games. Just for a little while as we get on the phone and chat with friends. It just gives you an escape and allows you to feel relieved of the pressure of being the perfect mum. As a treat, it works.

Those are some simple tips for getting the energy back into a busy mum’s life. Take them on board and put them into practise. You will probably find that, after a short space of time, it makes it  a lot easier to get energized and on top of your game if you’ve done any of the above. And in the case of the last one, it can even be  a little guilty pleasure that you treat yourself to every now and then.

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