The day hasn’t even started and yet you’ve already clocked out. Physically, emotionally, mentally, you are exhausted with the pace. “I already planned a nap for tomorrow,” you remind yourself as you reach for yet another cup of coffee. And suddenly, you can’t remember what it feels like to not be tired.
Children run around the playgrounds as if they had an energy drink in their cereal. Just watching them syphons what energy you have left. “How can they still be running?” you wonder as you rock designer bags underneath your eyes, make friends with every employee at Vida E Cafe, and win an argument with your alarm clock about the crucial difference between 7:00 and 7:05 a.m. You question whether this inherent fatigue can simply be cured by getting enough sleep, or if it’s only a symptom of a bigger problem.
This got us wondering, are Millennials the “Tired Generation?”
Not Enough Time
Father Time won’t be adding any more sand to our hourglass, so we might as well stop saying: “There’s not enough time in the day.” While we might not have enough time to accomplish everything on your to-do list, we need to remember that we do have 24 hours to work with. That’s 1,440 minutes or 86,400 seconds every single day. Surely, we can find the time to get proper rest. Most of us are guilty, at one point or another of putting off a term paper until the night before its due, or thinking that staying up to watch one more episode of “West World” would be worth the struggle you’ll feel during your work meeting tomorrow. We are busy, things need to get done, but if scheduled right, we can find those recommended 7.5 hours of ‘ZZZ time.
If you struggle with productivity throughout the day, try McNab’s SuperChill to keep you mentally relaxed and focused. Procrastination isn’t the source of all evil, but Overcoming the Procrastination Monster can help you get more done so you aren’t pulling all-nighters regularly.
A new study finds that Millennials are more stressed than any other generation that has been studied before. The American Psychological Association reveals people between the ages of 18-33 are overwhelmed with anxiety. Over 50 percent reported being kept up all night to “overwhelming worries” the night before.
Finals, affording University, finding a decent job, moving, marriage, starting a family – all of these are just some of the worries that clog our brains as we toss and turn in the midnight hour. Even when you want to sleep, your brain won’t stop talking to itself.
Can’t quite convince yourself that sleep is necessary for your body? Read up on how not getting enough sleep each night affects not only your cognitive performance today but your long-term health 20 years from now: The Problems With Sleep Deprivation.
Some of the main reasons twenty-something’s are suffering fatigue stem from some nasty daily habits. Reaching for the caffeine and sugar, the same things you think will give you that boost of energy, ultimately backfire. When your blood-sugar levels fluctuate rapidly, this causes “the crash” feeling. A balanced diet is shown to help you become less tired and healthier overall. Exercise is important too. You may think that this would just make you more tired than you already are, but that is not necessarily the case. The energy you produce when exercising breeds more energy. The trick is planning how to use that energy accordingly. If exercising is not your thing we suggest for all-day energy and all-round mental and physical wellness enjoy a daily dose of McNab’s SuperCharge Energy Tabs, it has been specially formulated to combat common nutrient deficiencies with a carefully selected range of vitamins, minerals, omega 3 oils and herbs including Siberian ginseng. It is important to give your body time to wind down before bed and to make a weekly workout schedule to stick to.
If you are finding yourself struggling to fall asleep, or even stay asleep throughout the night, perhaps one of these methods will work for you: The Top 10 Ways to Fall (And Stay) Asleep.
A few lifestyle tweaks might be all it takes for Millennials to get the spring back in their step. Everyone loves a catnap and down comforters will make your bed a pretty appealing place to be, but we want to make the most of that daylight we have. So stop pressing snooze, put down the seventh cup of coffee, and be proactive about giving yourself more energy and a healthy night’s rest.
This article first appeared on the Gen twenty blog
It’s halfway between lunchtime and teatime and you’re running out of steam. and here are some tips on how to get through the rest of the afternoon.
The workplace seems to lose momentum mid-afternoon. Typing slows to a halt, yawns are stifled, concentration dwindles and peckishness sets in.
What you eat earlier in the day can be key to avoiding the lethargy that is an afternoon in the office, says Sian Porter, a registered dietitian.
“The first thing to do is make sure you have breakfast; a good wholegrain cereal or wholegrain toast. And breakfast is a good time to get in one of your five a day, so have a glass of fruit juice or a handful of dried fruit on your cereal,” she says.
If you need a boost mid-afternoon, fight the urge to fill up on cake. Porter suggests getting an office fruit bowl going so that there is always a healthy snack on hand. “If everyone puts R10 in a kitty, you can set up a sort of fruit club to make sure there is a variety of fresh fruit in the workplace each week.”
According to nutritionist Heather Caswell there is nothing wrong with having a coffee or tea to perk you up: “Caffeine, found in drinks such as tea, coffee, energy drinks and also, to a smaller extent, in chocolate, is a stimulant, and may, therefore, help you to stay alert and help concentration during the day.”
But consuming too much caffeine will affect your sleep, so Porter suggests alternate drinks. Instead of your normal tea or coffee make every other drink a glass of water. “Staying hydrated will help your concentration,” she says.
A well-balanced lunch will also help to keep your energy levels up until home time. Get some protein, carbohydrates, and vegetables in there, but keep high-fat foods to a minimum.
“Not only are high-fat foods bad for you, they can also give you indigestion, especially if you are sat slumped at a desk after eating,” Porter says.
If you must indulge in the canteen’s chips try to make it a once-a-week treat rather than a daily occurrence.
Get away from your desk at lunchtime where possible, if only to stretch your legs. “Use lunchtime as a time to refresh yourself as well as a time to eat. Be physically active, even if you just take a walk around the block,” adds Porter.
And if that mid-afternoon slump still hits, be strong. Avoid typical snack foods like chocolate and sweets, which are full of the sugar you may be craving. While they may give you a short-term energy boost they will often leave you feeling hungry soon after eating them.
“Opt instead for fresh fruit, a handful of unsalted nuts, vegetable sticks, rice cakes with hummus, or a handful of plain popcorn, choosing one option mid-morning and one mid-afternoon,” Caswell suggests.
If you are peckish, snack away and don’t feel guilty. “Don’t wait until you are desperate, that’s when you will find yourself rushing off to the vending machine for chocolate,” Porter says. “Keep some healthy snacks on hand, such as dried fruit or a handful of nuts – not too many, as they are high in calories.
“If you snack sensibly it can be a good way to keep your energy levels steady throughout the day.”
Friday afternoon comes and the buzz starts to build. The weekend is finally here. Rest and relaxation are top of mind. Maybe you have a trip ahead of you. But somehow weekends have a way of coming and going while leaving you even more tired Monday than you were on Friday.
The key to a productive weekend is not just escaping from the workday activity, but to actually free the mind of stress and responsibility. A full weekend of partying may feel good at the moment, but the realities of work pressures will return full force early Monday morning, possibly just after midnight.
To help you get the most energy from your weekend, We offer ways to help your mind and soul rebuild. Even if you devote just a few non-party hours to these activities, you’ll get restorative rest while readying for the week to come.
1. Contemplate your preferred future.
People spend much of their week focused on other people. The weekend can be a great time to focus on yourself, your needs, and your desires. The future, especially an uncertain one, can be very scary. But you have to decide at some point what you want out of yours. A weekend provides the perfect amount of downtime to take a walk or sit and contemplate what your preferred future might really look like. A little self-clarification can go a long way toward freeing your mind.
2. Organize something.
Do you come home on Friday only to be faced with clutter? It’s not only unsightly but also a reminder of your disorganization and lack of personal time. Sometimes it seems impossible to find the time to clean and organize that gigantic stack of papers, mail, or laundry, but the weekend is the perfect time to set aside a few hours to clear the mess. It may seem like work, but something as simple as organizing the files on your desk can reset your mind come Monday. Clean something big and you’ll feel accomplished and relieved. You might even find something important you had been looking for.
3. Rekindle a romance.
The workweek can really take a toll on personal lives. Relationships can be a big casualty of work pressure Monday through Friday. Use the weekend to unleash your romantic side. Instead of rushing through from activity to activity, plan special time to pay attention to your significant other. Structure time to relax and really listen to each other. Starting the week is much easier when you feel the love and support at home.
4. Read an inspiring book.
How many books do you have sitting on your shelves that are still unread? Many people acquire great books with the best intentions of actually consuming what is written in them but then fall behind in actually getting them read. Many of these great books can be read in a weekend. Find some good light, a comfortable chair, and dig in. You can be entertained and inspired and actually learn something.
5. Completely detach with a binge-watch.
The brain really takes a beating throughout the week. With heavy problem solving, calculating, analyzing … Sometimes your mind just needs to sit idle. It’s hard for me to rest my mind when nothing is happening. Work just creeps in, so I use TV. I love that I can binge-watch a whole series in a day or two. The storylines fill my brain and let me rest my mind. Hanging on the sofa with the poodle and watching The Game of Thrones is a perfect form of relaxation. (DSTV Catch Up’s got the complete series)
6. Bond with your family.
Not every family provides a pleasant break from work, but if you actually like your family and can’t get enough time with them, the properly planned weekend can be a great emotional boost. Don’t just leave it to chance that people will enjoy the time together. Families are full of needs and personalities. Add a little structure so everyone has a fun and fulfilling experience. Otherwise, the family baggage will add to the Monday stress.
7. Go on a staycation.
How much do you really know about your town? People often take for granted the natural beauty and cultural benefits of their own city or neighbourhood. You chose to live in a location for a reason, so now make use of all it has to offer. Gaining pride in your own community helps build a strong emotional incentive to help you manage through the week so you can come home for the next weekend. (Things to do in Joburg) (Things to do in Cape Town)
8. Do a creative project.
So much of the work during the week is mundane and boring. You need to reactivate your creative mind. Make a video. Do an art project. Explore a museum. Paint some graffiti. Just do something that uses your right brain. Engage the muse and let her add some more color to your life so you can brighten the week.
9. Completely unplug from electronics.
If you are like me, you are overly plugged in. My smartphone is constantly handy right next to my laptop. I am constantly texting, emailing, writing, surfing, responding, etc. Sometimes it’s overload from endless e-mails, Facebook invitations, a TV binge-watch that’s gone too long. And I’m not even a gamer. Our electronics can really distract us from the more important things in life. Especially the ones we don’t always have time for during the week. Even workouts are tethered with earphones and an iPod. Turn them all off. Go unplugged for 24 hours. Get to know the sound of quiet, darkness, and nature with no artificial stimuli. You might be surprised what you witness.
Fatigue and travelling can often seem inextricably tied, but rest assured, they aren’t! There are plenty of scientifically proven ways to feel alert and refreshed while on the move—caffeine not required.
Hear us out! While making small talk can sometimes be exhausting, chatting with a fellow traveller can help keep you alert during your time on the road (or out at sea or in the air). It stimulates the mind, engages you, and who knows, might actually be a fun way to pass the time. Just remember to test the waters before diving into full-on conversation: Not everyone wants to be energized.
2. Just Breathe
Breathing exercises work to counteract the often-stressful world of travel in two ways. First, breathing deeply has a calming effect that you’ll almost certainly need for whatever comes your way, especially during those many-legged or lengthy trips. On top of that, deep breathing will help regulate the oxygen flow in your blood, which increases alertness.
3. Take a Holistic Approach
Simple acupressure techniques can keep you energized and clear your mind. For a quick and easy move, try pinching the skin between your thumb and index finger for a few minutes, massaging your temples, or squeezing your wrist at the center. If an olfactory approach is more your speed, bring some essential oils like basil, peppermint, rosemary, orange, grapefruit, lavender, or lemon. A quick inhale of these pungent scents will wake up your mind and calm your nerves.
4. Eat right
Being away from our home and routine can throw a lot of us off our nutrition game at a time when we need proper eating the most. Plan accordingly when you travel and pack healthy snacks to keep you sane, happy, and full of good, clean fuel. Nuts, trail mix, fresh fruit and veggies, and lean protein are all great options when you can’t get to a healthy eatery or grocery store.
5. Get Moving in Your Seat
Possibly the biggest energy drain during a train or bus ride, road trip, or flight is the inability to move around much in your seat. Luckily, there are some handy techniques to trick your body into thinking it’s somewhere other than in a car or 30,000 feet up. Point and release your toes, grab shoulders with the opposite arm, roll your shoulders, pull your knees into your body, or do some neck rolls, heel lifts, or ankle circles. Then, give yourself a little love by massaging your calves or the back of your legs. The motions will keep the blood flowing in your body, stretch and relax your muscles, and, if done right, won’t be much bother to anyone around you.
6. …and out of it.
Believe or not, yoga in a plane, train, boat or automobile is possible. While standing in line for the bathroom or taking a much-needed 7th-inning stretch, roll your shoulders back and lock your hands behind your back to open up your chest and shoulders and stimulate your upper body. Thigh stretches and other small muscle-friendly motions are all helpful in keeping energy up and your body feeling good. A forward bend might be a little trickier to manage, but if you’ve got the space, the motion will help lengthen your spine, which is an area that will need some extra attention since your posture probably isn’t at its best while traveling. Speaking of which: Mind your posture! There’s nothing like a simple shoulders-back-and-spine-straight stance to keep you alert.
Take your concentrated breathing one step further with meditation. It’s a good anxiety-reducer and de-stresser, which in turn will keep you from feeling exhausted. If you haven’t meditated before, don’t fret, it’s not as daunting as it might seem. Get comfortable and find a point of focus either in the physical world or through a mantra. Then focus on your breath. The point is to try to clear your mind, but don’t worry if it tends to wander. Be in the moment, and relaxation will follow.
8. Stay Hydrated
Hydration should always be a priority, but it can be tough while traveling to remember your daily eight glasses of water. Staying on top of it will help your blood transport oxygen and other nutrients to your cells and that will help boost your energy. It also means your heart doesn’t have to work as hard to get all that blood moving throughout your body. That, along with the other numerous benefits of proper hydration, will help keep you feeling powered and lively.
9. Prioritize Your Hygiene
Beauty might be skin deep, but the benefits of maintaining your routine during travel go much deeper. Taking care of your skin by washing and moisturizing is the biggest one, and will have you feeling fresh all the way from point A to point B. It also helps to prepare ahead for common issues like red eyes (no pun intended) and puffiness. Bring eye drops with you, and if you start to feel a little under-eye bloat, grab an ice cube from your in-flight seltzer or drive-through cup, tuck it into a napkin, and hold it under your eye for a minute. The reduction in swelling will have you looking and feeling just like your normal, never-tired self. Pick up a hydrating mist, moist towelettes, and breath fresheners to round out a fabulous hygiene travel kit.
10. Entertain wisely
You never know what sort of entertainment options will be available when you’re on the move, so it’s always best to plan. Listening to music is among the best ways to stay energized through entertainment, so load up your phone or portable music device with plenty of jams to last you all the way through. Podcasts, books, movies, crossword puzzles, or magazines will also help to keep your mind occupied and, hopefully, excited. There’s no better pick-me-up than the banishment of boredom.
Let’s face it, your energy might crash even if you heed all of these suggestions—especially if you didn’t get a good night of rest before hitting the road. Allow yourself a 20-minute power nap (it shouldn’t be much longer) and you’ll be ready to forge ahead at your destination or during the next leg of the journey with a clear head and newly rested mind.
12. Take a supplement!
Our modern lifestyles of little sleep, long work hours, eating junk food, and drinking lots of caffeine and alcohol often results in a micronutrient deficiency, causing fatigue.
McNab’s SuperCharge combats this with a carefully selected range of multivitamins, minerals, omega oils, and herbs such as Superherb Siberian Ginseng for an extra boost of all-day energy and all-round wellness.
So feel tired after all that travelling then McNab’s SuperCharge is the sachet for you!
When someone asks, “are energy drinks bad for you,” the typical response is yes. But with those responses, most people are referring to the big-name energy drinks that are found in your local supermarket.
Mainstream brands which load their drinks with un-natural and artificial ingredients give energy drinks a bad reputation. But, the good news is that not all energy drinks are the absolute worst for your body.
Organic or all-natural energy drinks and energy shots have grown tremendously in popularity over the last several years. Because of the dangers of artificial nasties, McNab’s SuperCharge energy drinks and supplements are made with natural ingredients only.
The first major concern with most organic energy drinks is that consumers don’t believe these drinks work. Most people wonder, “How can natural plant extracts give me a jolt of energy?” And, the second concern about natural energy drinks is that they will taste like grass or worse. Well, we’re here to tell you that McNab’s offer a wide variety of tasty naturally healthy options for you to try!
So, are “natural” energy drinks really any healthier than their traditional artificially created cousins?
Take a look at these benefits and see for yourself:
- Natural energy drinks don’t contain artificial chemicals.
- Organic energy drinks should be free from pesticide and other chemical residues.
- Natural caffeine from green tea, guarana, or coffee is used.
- The sugar used is in a more natural state.
- Natural no calorie sweeteners are used instead of or potentially harmful artificial ones.
- Natural flavours from juices are used.
- Natural colours from fruits and vegetables are used instead of controversial dyes and food colourings.
- No artificial preservatives are used.
So, if you haven’t tried a natural alternative to get the energy boost you really want, why not see what McNab’s has to offer? Take a look at this link to see which one you’d like to try first.
Want to live a happy and fulfilled life? According to research, the answer might involve constantly making the decision to learn new things. French lessons, anyone?
Studies have shown that exercising your brain can help prevent Alzheimer’s disease, but who would have thought it could lead to a happier outlook on life at the same time? Learning new information and skills is, in fact, a core need for psychological wellbeing. Taking the time to learn something new helps us not only build confidence and self-efficacy but it also frees us from the repetitive cycles our brains fall into when not stimulated enough.
Learning fuels our creativity, builds our knowledge and provides us with a great sense of fulfilment. Becoming so absorbed in an activity, also known as ‘flow’ or ‘being in the zone’, makes us lose track of time as well as our surroundings. Flow also, once we come out of it, leaves us feeling energised with a great sense of satisfaction because we’ve increased our skill level or achieved something.
Studies have also shown that experiencing something novel releases dopamine which not only leaves us feeling good, but also helps us remember the experience and what was learnt much clearer later on.
More Reasons to Learn:
- Increased confidence – learning a new skill helps build confidence and faith in your own ability.
- Personal development – learning new skills can help you find out more about yourself like your likes and dislikes, strengths and weaknesses, your character and interests.
- Good for your career – whether the skill is career related or not, learning new skills help you create a well-rounded character and expands your mind to be creative in your approach to your job.
- Great for your brain health – as we mentioned above, learning is excellent at keeping your mind stimulated and sharp.
- Increased independence – the more you know how to do, the less you’ll need to depend on others.
The best part? What you decide to learn can be free! You don’t have to enrol in a class or obtain a degree – it can be as simple as trying a new recipe, reading an insightful book, trying your hand at knitting or surfing, or even gardening. Whatever takes your fancy, do it!
Energy sustainability is foremost in everyone’s mind these days as we all are forced to accept that our demand for fossil fuels has outstripped our planet’s supply. We would need around eight planet Earths to provide the energy resources for the nearly seven billion of us to all live like the average American citizen. The rush is therefore on to find alternative sources of energy, preferably ones that won’t run out or ruin our planet, so we won’t have to revert to a stone-age lifestyle.
But what about our own energy levels?
In many ways what is happening to our planet is also happening in our own bodies and spirits. Many of us live highly stressed, sleep-deprived lives, finding it harder and harder to slow down, relax and ‘smell the roses’. Energy deficits are run up and we resort to stimulants and quick fixes to allow us to continue such lifestyles. One cup of coffee is no longer enough for that much-needed pick-me-up and chemical caffeine-loaded energy drinks like Red Bull are now commonplace. Alcohol and various prescription and recreational drugs help us to relax or keep going artificially and become increasingly important crutches as we forget how to do these things naturally. Like our planet’s situation this cannot go on indefinitely and sooner or later homeostatic mechanisms come into play which attempt to bring our systems and lives back into balance. This either happens through an illness, an accident or some sudden life change which forces us to reassess our lifestyles and values. But why wait for it to happen?
Explore ways of energizing our physical, emotional and mental lives in ways that are sustainable and safe. Go through every possible aspect, from the role of foods, vitamins and minerals in the production of energy to the effects of exercise, touch, colour, smell, sound, thoughts and actions on all aspects of our lives.
The good news is that the main causes of non-specific fatigue and loss of vitality can be addressed on many different fronts easily and quickly. For instance one of the most effective ways to become happy, and stay happy, is to smile a lot. We all know that when we feel happy we smile but it seems the reverse is also true. According to an area of research known as proprioceptive psychology getting people to smile or nod their heads makes them instantly feel happier or more agreeable. So if you want to cheer yourself up, behave like a happy person and your physiology will do the rest.
Harness the energy that is freely around us – sun, wind, waves – we need to see that our personal energy solutions also lie in what is freely available. We just have to learn how to do it.
How fit is your brain – have you ever wondered? A fit brain will mean faster thinking, better memory, sharper vision, faster reflexes, better vocabulary, better mood and even safer driving.
Brain fitness is a combination of memory ability, spatial awareness, creativity, reflexes, and reflection.
The good news is boosting your brain’s performance can be kind of fun. Here are some ideas:
- Learn a new skill – a new language, a new instrument, join a cooking or dance class.
- Play games like puzzles Sudoku, crosswords, Solitaire, and Mah-jong, (there are many memory games available for ipads and phones these days)
- Exercise – this will work on your spatial awareness, your body will learn new muscle skills, and practice balance.
- Switch off the TV and read something different – choose a book you wouldn’t normally read.
- Challenge your brain with a new route to the grocery store, attempt daily activities like opening doors and brushing your teeth with your opposite hand, learn phone numbers off by heart, break routine by having breakfast for dinner.
- Become a storyteller – Each morning, think of one story you will tell that day using lots of emotion, expressions and description – according to Longevity, storytelling is a technique used to treat Alzheimer’s disease
- Eat for your brain – oily coldwater fish like salmon, trout, sardines are packed with omega 3 fatty acids; Blueberries contain loads of antioxidants; Tomatoes contain lycopene, essential for cognitive performance.
- Take your daily dose of McNab’s SuperCharge – it’s no secret, we aren’t getting enough micronutrients in our daily diets. Make sure to give your brain exactly what it needs by taking your daily dose of vitamins.
This Saturday is #WorldPhotoDay, and we at McNab’s want to reward you with a month’s worth of energy tabs! We want you to capture your energy in a photograph. Why not be more experimental and dazzle people by going to a place to capture your energy? Go somewhere cool, do something fun, and even bring your dog… It doesn’t matter! All you have to do is enter: https://goo.gl/maJtS7.
Here is some inspiration:
Did you know that all living creatures generate and emit radiations? Photons of light, electromagnetic frequencies, heat, sound, and scent are all emitted from our bodies in direct relationship to our internal states. This remarkable, subtle system of exchange contains a wealth of information. But is there a way to capture it?
If you have ever taken a photo and found a weird colour or pattern that came from nowhere, you may have just captured your energy in a photograph.
Whether you believe it or not it’s undeniable that these pics are really interesting!
Where did this idea come from?
Back in 1970, a man named Guy Coggins built a camera based on the studies of Semyon Kirlian who studied this phenomenon, developing a way to capture it every time. The resulting images of living objects were physical proof of the life force, or aura, which allegedly surrounds all living beings.
There are supposedly about 100 of these cameras in existence.
The portraits are stunning, strange, and so cool, thanks to a double exposure that first takes a portrait and then the aura.
These photographs have been the subject of much myth and controversy over the years. The inventors were convinced that these photos could accurately predict emotional and physical states and could be used to diagnose illnesses.
Curious about the human energy fields? Take a look at this Ted Talk by Linda Turner, talking about how reading human energy fields can help to diagnose illness.
Can’t get hold of one of these cameras? Here’s how you can do this yourself!
#1 – Go someplace energetic.
Find someone that you truly feel you have a loving connection to, and go somewhere special with your camera in a bright place. Do something fun!
#2 – Get rid of the clutter.
As auras tend to be very subtle, it can be hard to capture them when there’s too much clutter in the background. After taking a few photos, find one with a solid colour or surface behind.
#3 – Pick a close up.
It’s not a good idea to zoom your camera into your subject, as this will reduce the clarity of the image. It’s important that you make the picture as clear as possible so that it will be easier to see the person’s aura. The closer you are to the subject, the better your chances are of capturing the person’s aura.
#4 – Make use of light.
Take a pic in the daytime or set up lights or lamps around the person, as this will improve the visibility of their aura.
By following these steps, analyse the light fringe around the person, and you will be able to take clear photos that may show the aura of the person you photographed.
The following are the different aura colours and their meaning:
RED – Red energy is a healthy ego, but in a negative light, this energy can give way to anger, nervousness, and anxiety.
ORANGE – This colour represents good health, excitement and vitality. Orange energy is creative, productive, sociable and courageous, but negatively, it can give way to addictions and stress.
YELLOW – Yellow is the colour of awakening, inspiration, optimism, intelligence, and easy-going nature
GREEN – This colour also depicts a love of nature, animals, and people.
TURQUOISE – It is a compassionate, sensitive colour.
BLUE – This cool, calm colour, produces loving, caring, sensitive, and intuitive energy.
INDIGO – This colour signifies deep feeling, sensitivity and intuition.
VIOLET – This colour is visionary, intuitive, magical, and artistic.
BROWN – Represents greed and self-centeredness.
Did you capture a special moment? We would love to see what your results are! Post your pic on Instagram and tag @mcnabsenergy.
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