STAY EN­ER­GISED AT WORK

Simply Her (Singapore) - - Life Made Easy -

Ch­eryl Liew-Chng, who is mar­ried with three sons aged 17, 12 and eight, shares how you can keep your en­ergy up when you have a lot on your plate. • Spruce up the en­vi­ron­ment. Flow­ers brighten a room, and when cou­pled with an up­lift­ing fragrance, make get­ting things done so much more en­joy­able. Also, don’t un­der­es­ti­mate the ef­fect of mu­sic. • Track your progress. Tick­ing off items on a to-do list is a great mo­ti­va­tor. • Stay fit – men­tally and phys­i­cally. Ex­er­cis­ing reg­u­larly and bal­anc­ing your work­load en­ables you to per­form at a higher level over a sus­tained pe­riod of time. • Your en­ergy drops when you re­main sta­tion­ary for long pe­ri­ods, so move ev­ery 45-60 min­utes to get your blood flow­ing. Re­mem­ber to breathe deeply as you tend to take shal­low breaths while sit­ting. The 24-Hour Woman re­tails for $24 and is avail­able for pre-or­der at www.the24hour­wom­an­book.com. It will be at ma­jor book­stores start­ing this month.

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