The Ups and Downs of Motivation

What happens when you are unmotivated? Lately I’ve been hit with the, “I have no energy, unmotivated, and unproductive” bug.

Or it could be, “I’ve been in quarantine for 6 months,” bug.

Otherwise, just experiencing one of those lows at the moment.

Through quarantine life, I did have a reflection period on what I could do to be a better version of myself, once this pandemic over. But of course, to maintain that energy and motivation through and through isn’t easy. Even as an introvert, I’m finding myself reaching the point of missing on being around people and even being physically close to someone (which I honestly was surprised by). It isn’t until you are truly alone, that you learn these type of things.

How do you climb out of these funks?Any tips or suggestions? I would love to know below.

2 thoughts on “The Ups and Downs of Motivation”

  1. I can totally see where you’re coming from, Ro. I was in quarantine with my husband for months, and he is my soulmate, partner, and my bestfriend. Yet, I wanted some other kind of human connection… hence the blog. I know it is not perfect, but physical contact is too risky, and I don’t really want to play Russian roulette with my life lol… So yea… that… and the fact that the lockdown was already lifted here now…
    I hope you can find a way to feel less lonely, because I understand how horrible it must feel.
    Sending all the cheerful vibes to wherever you are ❤

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    1. Thank you for your very kind words. I’ve been treating my blog in a similar way, expressing personal thoughts but also connecting to others who I otherwise would have never crossed paths with. I appreciate the good vibes and could only hope for better days to come.


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