Posted: by Sinade Tuesday, 19 September 2023 @ 13:40
Mantras to help boost your energy this winter!
As we get ready for the clocks to change, we want to help
you increase your energy now the days are getting shorter. We’ve put together
our favourite mantras to encourage you to do just that...
When do the clocks
The clocks change
back to GMT on Sunday 29th October. This is so we can make use of
the daylight available to us through the rest of autumn and winter.
How can I boost my
Soak up the Sun
Soak up as much Vitamin D as you can! Open your curtains
and blinds to let the light in and spend time outdoors where you can and to make
the most of the daylight hours. Vitamin D effects the production of Melatonin which
plays a big part in your sleep cycles.
Have your tried dopamine dressing? It is the
idea of wearing bright colours and patterns that make us happy. So ditch the
all black attire and neutral tones this season and opt for clothing and accessories
that make you smile!
Sleep is an important
part of our life all year round. As I mentioned earlier, the reduced light can
cause us to feel more sluggish during the darker, colder months. Aim to get the
recommended 7-9 hours of sleep each night, to help make you feel refreshed when
Move your body
Although it may sound
strange, when feeling tired or sluggish, but exercise has been found to increase
your energy levels. Move your body however you enjoy most and release those
Spend time with family
It can be so easy to
go into hibernation mode once the dark evenings and bad weather kicks in. It
has been proven that spending time with loved ones boosts our mood, so get some
plans in the diary, to get you out the house and in the company of great
Find a better
leading up to Christmas can be come stressful and hectic for many of us. When
feeling like this try setting your priorities in order of importance and focus
on those. Then cut out the tasks that simply aren’t necessary.
If any of these ideas
have inspired you, click the mantra to reveal the jewellery that brings it to
onto it through the day and bring the mantra to mind, whenever you need a
reminder of its message.