I've always been interested in energy. Not the stuff that mining companies mine for, but rather my own personal energy sources.
Of course there is the quick food fix in the form of a teaspoon of Elixir Honey. But food fuel is not the only energy source available to us.
I remember having to go to a very boring weekly meeting. The hot sun shone through the north facing windows making the room warm and meeting attendees seemed to be drifting off. Myself included. I was young and eager to impress, and having a midday snooze on my arm whilst in a meeting was NOT the image I was trying to project to my colleagues.
I remember then promising myself that I would never run out of energy. What got me through those particular meetings were regular drinks of icy cold water and sitting up very straight and paying attention to everything anybody said.
But over time, as job and life stressors increased, energy engineering developed in to a sort of art form with me.
So I'm going to blog energy engineering tips as a way of having a theme and hopefully something remotely interesting to go on about in my quest to keep my web site first page of google list.