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Reviewed by Mary DeKok Blowers for Readers' Favorite
Many things can cause low energy. This book proposes several of them and describes solutions to these problems in Instant Energy: How to Get More Energy Instantly! from the Instant-Series Publications. Factors such as attitude, self-talk, lack of exercise, and even laziness can be at fault. Not just a list of things to DO, there is even at least one DON’T, which is talk about your tiredness. If you dwell on your tiredness and tell others about it, you are in essence convincing yourself you’re stuck with it. Watch what happens when you always say, “I can’t stay up past 8:00. Every time we put a movie on I never see the end of it because I’m snoring on the couch.” The more you say it, the more it will become self-fulfilling and true.
Likewise, the opposite is true because if you say, “I enjoy skiing! I want to spend time with my friends!” you will psych yourself up for it. Try these other ideas. Do something out of the ordinary so that you don’t get stuck in a rut or stay in the rut you’re already in. Write or draw something without fear of judgment. If you color in a coloring book, no one has to see and no one will care. Instant energy is a great book for me because I am often quite tired. While there may be medical reasons for tiredness, the reason could also be lack of sleep, lack of exercise, or poor nutrition. Changing my routine is my favorite since it often does help me to feel more alert.