I started a little project called "Homeoffice Coworking", which is, as the words say, a mixture between homeoffice and coworking. The problem is: I work more efficient with other people around me working, too. But all my other colleagues prefer homeoffice, so there's no one there. I would wish the employed would call us all back to the office. Now!
I have all those things already.
What I don't have is peak health.
I'm just unenergetic, something I've always had.
Some days are great, most days... Not so much.
The reason is not so easy to locate, unfortunately.
My family always had it, and they've tried countless of medical examinations and remedies, but none helped so far
Not like I'm bed ridden, or can't do my job, but it could be more.
Greetings Kind Regards Sorry to hear of your difficulty. Perhaps you might consider a cold shower. Such have many benefits. Worth a shot in my humble opinion. Exercise is also a magic pill, though obviously made more difficult if un-energetic and may require caution. It would be interesting to learn if conditions and activities and diet prior to the occasional good day are unique, though presumably you would have noticed by now, so I should probably assume they are not. Also fasting is a good thing if done properly, though caution is advised as it leaves one in a vulnerable state, and must be broken properly. I am not confident in the advice I have seen on-line. There are such things as fasting clinics run by Drs. with much experience, but no doubt not cheap and probably not paid by insurance. My worthless advice is  cold showers  modest exercise  one-meal per day of modest size  vegetarian meal  be sure to get enough Fe and B12 if needed via Fe supplement and Nutritional Yeast or any other proper sources - Best
Greetings Kind Regards I consulted w/ my brother the Dr. (family practice) He provided a long list of conditions which cause fatigue but stated all can be diagnosed if properly tested, but stated also the most difficult to diagnose is a psychological condition, possibly depression according to his list, for which I further recommend [next index] daily simple meditation from the Buddhist tradition of "following the breath in the hara", you will have to look it up in case you do not know the meaning. I am confident of its great benefit if one is patient and practices daily, say 15m, better 30m, etc. I have defeated depression and other psychological ailments in one years time though w/ a different "meditation" technique of my own invention, which by the way I do not recommend as it requires considerable patience and endurance. He also stated as I otherwise assumed that it not be genetic though it runs in family as some conditions are passed via family by various means - Best
B12 deficiency is also something that runs in my family.
We're taking supplements for that.
I've had a severe deficiency which permanently damaged my eyes (just a little, luckily, but I do have glasses since then).
Other than that, it caused me to be very tired.
My mom and two uncles like physical exercise, mostly running and weight lifting, but also biking and tennis, but they can't train too heavy or too often, or pay the price (injuries, severe muscle strain, etc.).
I've tried, but I really hate heavy physical efforts, and I always feel tired afterwards, even to the point where I just can't continue with my day and just lay on the couch.
No depressions whatsoever, some of us have allergies, but those have been tested.
Other than that, some of us are morning people, I'm an evening person myself.
I'm a vegetarian, but my uncles are not.
Some of us are more healthy than others.
Basically we live pretty different lives.
The thing we have in common is lack of energy
I see specs that are half-completed as opportunities for creativity.
".45 ACP - because shooting twice is just silly" - JSOP, 2010 ----- You can never have too much ammo - unless you're swimming, or on fire. - JSOP, 2010 ----- When you pry the gun from my cold dead hands, be careful - the barrel will be very hot. - JSOP, 2013
I remember 20+ years ago naively thinking that one day, development on our products would be done and I could sit back and relax while the money just rolled in. Ha! What a pipe dream!
I'm making changes today to a 2 y/o project for a customer who keeps changing the rules. I should mention that another change request was made yesterday, this time from my sr. partner. This started because we just hired an overqualified and overpaid assistant/tester who needs to stay busy.
"Go forth into the source" - Neal Morse
"Hope is contagious"
We're busy developing a new version of an existing system (that we didn't develop) for a customer. It seems that no single person knows everything that the old system does and everyone has a slightly different idea of what they want the new one to do. We have milestones to reach, but we're still squeezing info out of them. Fun times!