Are you a busy working mom who feels like you barely have enough time to keep up with your kids let alone have enough time to take care of you? If so, you’re not alone. I see countless overtired and stressed out women in my practice, and all of them are looking for the same thing. More energy! Being overtired and stressed out certainly doesn’t help a high-performance mom reach their full potential. With many years of working with busy moms just like you, I have compiled a list of tips to help you overcome that burnt out and stressed out feeling you carry with you every single day so that you can conquer your day with the supermom powers you know you have.
1. Eat Energy Foods To Keep Blood Sugars Stable
Keeping your blood sugar levels stable throughout the day is one of the key steps in keeping your mood elevated and
2. Ditch The Caffeine
I know this sounds counterproductive as you may be more likely to reach for a cup of coffee when you are feeling drained of all your energy, but caffeine can actually make your stress levels worse. Caffeine can put your body into a fight or flight mode which can cause stress hormone imbalances and make your feel wired and anxious. This may
3. Exercise According To What’s Right For You
We all know that exercise is part of a healthy lifestyle but did you know that too much exercise can put strain on your adrenal glands if you are suffering from adrenal burnout? This is why it’s so important to exercise according to what’s right
Try to get at least 30 minutes of activity into your day. Now, I know this sounds like a large task when you have so many things to balance between work and home life, but it is possible. Try to split the time up if you have to. You can try to get 15 minutes of activity in before
4. Practice Daily Self-Care
Now I know what you are thinking. How am I possibly going to have time for self-care when I am already too busy to keep up with what I have on my plate? I hear you, and I totally get it but making time for daily self-care is only going to make you more efficient at everything you have to juggle each day! When I talk about self-care I’m not talking about a whole hour each day just to take care
It’s important to find that time for yourself so that you can continue to take care of others and perform better at work. Set aside just 10 minutes each day at whatever time works best for you to do what makes you feel happy. It will make a world of difference for your stress levels and will even help to boost your energy. If you’re a high-performance mom who is desperate for more energy, I encourage you to implement these four tips into your daily routine. With just a few adjustments you may be surprised at how much better you are able to tackle your day with even some energy left to spare.