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Feeling Uninspired? Suggestions to Increase Inspiration and Happiness

It is more than normal to feel out of sort sometimes, especially in the world we live in now where many things change among us just about every minute. Inspiration can be quite a struggle to keep up with while maneuvering our everyday responsibilities. As a result, this may bring up feelings of anxiousness and other overwhelmed emotions as well. So, how does one fight back this feeling of being uninspired to improve one’s well-being? Here are a few ideas:

1) Acknowledge Your Current Status

Use mindfulness-based techniques here to truly sit with your feelings and be present with your emotions first. This can help you to determine what directions you may want to consider in following next when it comes to your most precious ideas.

2) Plan Out Your Needs in an Outline

Sometimes outlining the next steps of your plans can prove to be very productive in terms of fighting back the feeling of being uninspired. List out your needs, from the immediate highest priority level to the less urgent needs. Instead of tackling everything all at once, you will have a sort of blueprint that can help you compartmentalize your necessities, making things less overwhelming before you even begin the work.

3) Spice Up Your Schedule

Changing the routines to your schedule can have the biggest impact on sparking inspiration your way. Switch things up and try to wake up earlier than you may normally do to help increase more time throughout your day. Changing transportation routes in your day can inspire you as well, placing you in environments that may just be what you need to get your ideas flowing.

4) Put Yourself Out There and Meet More Like-Minded Individuals

It can be so easy for us to feel alone while we are fighting feeling unmotivated but putting yourself out there in order to network and connect with new people might really help to take your inspiration to new heights.

While battling feeling unmotivated and uninspired, it is so important to remember that you are not alone in this feeling as it is a natural human experience for all. You can best fight back these dull-like moments by truly leaning into these moments and keeping an open mind on how you find inspiration. Inspiration is all around us, so stay optimistic as you may never know where your next great idea may appear.

Wrote by:

Saidah Bullock

Mental Health Counselor Intern

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