Superhuman Energy: Exercise & Nutrition for Impressive Daily Productivity!

As a parent and business owner, it seems like there is an endless list of things to be done each day and a limited amount of energy with which to complete those tasks. I mean, am I right? Do you feel like that, too?

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Most folks talk about the “afternoon slump”. They grab another soda and resolutely slog towards the end of the day. We’ve all been there. (In fact, we frequently discuss this topic here on the Road To Domestication.) 

Very busy multitasking housewife on white background. Concept of supermom and superwoman.

Cracking the code on maintaining a high energy state throughout the day and continuing with productivity at your peak without stopping is one of those elusive grails that, once mastered, will change your life! Here is a simple system that you can begin implementing tonight. It takes about a month to get into the rhythm of it, but once you’ve mastered these steps, you’ll be amazed at how much work you get done every day. Are you ready?!

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Like a Child

This post is an introspective one. It has nothing to do with cooking or organizing or cleaning…just life. I hope you enjoy it!

Another day filled with time frames, to-do lists and appointments. I wondered how I suddenly had so much to do? Funny how one day you just wake up and realize, oh my gosh, I’m an adult. Adult responsibilities, adult expectations, adult everything…I always thought it was so far away, so out of reach. Yet, there I was. There were things to be accomplished, and most importantly, on that day, errands to run.

Woman Making A List Of Things To Buy In A Shop

As I maneuvered smoothly into the parking spot closest to the door, I checked the clock and smiled in utter satisfaction. Seven a.m. sharp. Perfect. I would be one of the first customers in the store. I assumed the product I was after would be to the far left and almost on the back wall. No problem. I would breeze in and out in absolutely no more than five minutes.

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