What do you do when you have no energy to do something productive?
but you don't want to waste your time on TV or social websites
you sit and wait for the energy to be built so that you are productive soon. patience is the best virtue
You can get in touch with someone who you haven't talked to in a while. A simple phone call goes a long way.
Walk around your house/apartment naked, while blasting strange music videos on YouTube. Results may vary depending. . .
Take this time of boredom and unproductiveness to honor your mind's stillness. Do not look at it as lack of energy or mental block, but as an opportunity to reflect. Write down your thoughts (even if they seem idle and all you're writing about is the unproductiveness). It's amazing how much creativity emerges out of boredom.
I like to Read a book ! or go for a swim when hot , do marshmallows on the fire if cold.
I try taking a little jogging to the park question of getting the blood flowing correctly. Then, I stop for a small natural sugary snack. That helps me have a small boost of energy, however non-natural refined sugars are to be avoided.
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