Grab a Neuro And Finish the Work Day Strong

Are you the type of person who is self-motivated or needs caffeine to tackle the day?

I am a combination of both. Working long hours takes a toll on my body. I try to stay “fueled” by eating portioned out homemade meals, exercise, and limiting my consumption of sugar.

What keeps you moving throughout the day?

A healthy lifestyle has many benefits. No one is perfect and I know it’s hard to find good supplements to help with our individual goals.

My goals are to take in less sugar, limit my caffeine after 10am, sleep well, and increase natural energy sources. All this means I love muti-vitamins, snacking on fruits, vegetables, and nuts are some of the ways to give my body a natural boost of energy.

One of my favorite fruit drinks is Bolthouse Farms “Blue Goodness”. It is a combination of blueberries, blackberries, apples, and banana. The blended mix gives me antioxidant power to fight my allergies and an alternative to caffeine.

I might have scared a bunch of you off by suggesting that favorite healthy sources are vitamins, fruits, and veggies. When I need something different and need a pep in my step, I go to neuro drinks.

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Source credit: Neuro on Twitter  |  Words: RTC

If you like lightly carbonated water and more flavor than a soda can give you, then try Neuro. I have the “Sonic” and “Daily Immunity” in my house at all times. The “Sonic” is 35 calories and tastes like a fruit soft drink. It is equivalent to one cup of coffee (in terms of energy it gives you) without the crash and jitters.

What sources do you use to get you through the day?

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How Do You Do Your Morning?

Whether you have to punch a time clock or not, you have to be ahead of the clock. What projects need your attention today? What can wait until tomorrow? Sometimes the answers to these critical questions begin with a good start to your morning.

Do Morning

How do you do your morning?

Fuel. For me, it starts by getting up early. I have had bad allergies for as long as I can remember so my morning “pick me up” is not coffee, but Naked juice “Blue Machine”. An eight ounce glass gives me enough B vitamins to wake my senses and ward off my allergens. I love oatmeal and bagels that contain more blueberries to double my intake of antioxidants.

Refresh. I am my own worst critic. If I think I should be further along on a project than where it is, I can beat myself up over it. These thoughts are not good in the morning, so as I drink my “Blue Machine” juice, I pray and count my blessings. When I focus on the positive things is in my life, it creates an empowerment for me to tackle projects and life.

Top 4. Every morning I check my “Reminders App” on iMac and decide what is today’s “top 4” items to get done. By narrowing down my never-ending to do list, this helps me feel eager to do four instead of a daunting billion.

E-mails before lunch. I don’t check or respond to e-mail until about mid-morning to early lunch time. If it was urgent, I am sure someone would have called before then. When I go through my e-mails, I include news articles and daily buzz to see if my content is relevant on my platforms.

How do you start your day? How do you do your morning?