BALTIMORE - The winter months are here and you don't feel like doing anything. If you need a pep in your step, here are some energy-boosting tips.
Dr. Michael Roizen, wellness guru for the Cleveland Clinic, says exercise is an easy way to get more energy. The second step is expressing gratitude. He suggests writing thank you cards every day.
Dr. Roizen also suggests knowing your purpose in life will help get you up and out of bed in the morning. And speaking of your bed, getting plenty of beauty rest is good for your mind and spirit.
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