Have you ever had one of those weeks when you just couldn’t get it together to save your life?
Lately, I’ve been feeling a little out of it. I am finding it harder to desire going to bed at a decent hour and struggling to wake up in the morning. It’s like I wake up and help my son with virtual school then try to handle a few chores.
Maybe I’m really burning out here. I have so many things that I want to work on and accomplish but I’m just not finding the energy and motivation to get things done as much as I’d like. It feels like I can’t get out of my own way at times.
Upon reading a couple articles, it seems I’m not alone in feeling like this. Many people are having a hard time picking themselves back up to get back into the swing of things after such a long time of things not being normal. In addition to feeling like robots, many people are also dealing with social and economic disparities costing them living quarters, mental stability and sometimes even their lives.
In my situation, I thought having my child return to school with a hybrid model would help. I hoped that sending him to school would benefit not only the reallocation of my valuable time but also assist my only-child with social development during his own struggles of compatible interactions.
Laundry has been on the back burner and I just can’t seem to fold more than 10 items of clothing at a time. I guess it doesn’t help that I hate folding laundry as much as I hate washing dishes by hand. In fact, has anyone noticed that I didn’t post this blog yesterday? SMH.
I have high hopes that with the change in seasons and temperatures I’ll start to get back to what I want to do and get out there to shoot some amazing photos.
Have you been struggling lately with getting and staying focused? I’d love to hear about how you managed to overcome “the rut” and I’m open to hearing any suggestions you may have to assist me with my own rut.
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