Energy is most people’s concern about fasting. Let me describe my daily life and see what you think.
My daily life is basically divided into three parts:
00:00 – 08:00 – sleep
08:00 – 20:00 – work
20:00 – 00:00 – variable
While I have no sleeping problem, I have nothing to report. I will describe my work in detail separately. Many think that I stay home lazily doing nothing after work, because I simply don’t have the energy. Here is a list of what I do during the evenings, provided I don’t have to attend corporate or private events.
20:00 – 21:30 – cooking/eating, either at home or outside; personal cleaning; running miscellaneous mini household errands
21:30 – 00:00 – multi-tasking
Listen/watch TV; check corporate*/private email; manage/update my blogs**
*You may wonder why I check corporate email during my private time. Because this is the time when I can have real time communications with my colleagues/ clients/ candidates in Europe and the US. This will greatly speed up my work the following morning.
**I have many blogs. Here are the ones that I update most frequently:
· My company’s team building blog
· My family blog
· My food blog
· My resume blog – I make some free-lance money from this blog by providing resume review services. So I have some minor administrative/marketing work to do plus the actual resume review.
This work list does not require a lot of energy physically. However I do need to have the appropriate level of energy psychologically.
Just for fun, you may write down a list of things that you do between 20:00 and 00:00 daily and compare yours with mine.
If energy is your concern whether or not to kick off your intermittent fasting program, I might have provided some insights for you. Feel free to contact me and ask about my fasting experience.
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