Let It Be 64: Energy Levels

It takes energy to both create and maintain the space needed for ‘less doing and more being’ – which is, after all, the whole point of this podcast.

So while this sounds like a weird topic for Brooke and I to be discussing, it’s not really! In today’s episode we discuss the various things we do to stay on the right side of the energy equation. Nutrition, sleep and exercise are obvious ones. And then there are the not-so-obvious things both introverts and extroverts need to do.

We also briefly chat about our experiences with people who drain us a bit, and how we’ve managed to either let those relationships go or renegotiated the way we spend time with particular people as a result.

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Comments 5

  1. Why does it always keep being about boundaries, something I really struggle with, specially when it involves my family?

      1. oh bugger I was hoping you would have a super great easy answer that I just hadn’t been privy to yet. Damn guess I just have to up my resolve and not show fear in the face of standing my ground. 😉

  2. I completely agree with you both. I use exercise and the gym to increase energy, build muscle strength and combat my mental illness. I can feel it when I am away from the gym too long.

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