There’s always a point in the day, week, month, year, your life, when you get stuck. It’s that point when you find yourself staring a lot. Trapped in a middle-distance focus. Eyes partly glazed. Brow partly furrowed. Brain partly dead.
What’s Going On?
You might be tired. Overworked. Bored. Uninspired. Bored.
So you stare.
And things just continue to happen around you. Out there on the periphery.
You half-acknowledge people. You robotically go through the motions. And when you finally snap out of your catatonic trance you have no recollection of anything that’s happened!
It’s like being drunk. Only cheaper.
These are difficult times.
Perhaps not in the grand scheme of things, but they can feel difficult. Especially when there are things that need doing – there always are – and you just can’t bring yourself to do any of them.
Not interested in the slightest.
In fact. Maybe, if you ignore them, they’ll go away?
Better still, they might get done by someone else!
That’s unless it’s work that only you can do.
You’ve checked your smartphone for the hundredth time. Let out a big long sigh. Done everything imaginable to procrastinate and avoid the inevitable. But it still hasn’t gone away.
What’s The Solution To Being Stuck?
So, here’s the trick.
Banging your head against a brick wall is only going to give you a headache. And, at most, you might scuff the paintwork.
It’s pointless. You’ll get nowhere. You’ll feel worse.
Instead. Do something fun.
Distract your mind with an activity that you love.
Give your mind a rest. Change your focus. Free the subconscious. Let it wander. Break out of your trance.
And when you’re done. When you’ve finally forgotten the burden that was weighing you down. Go back to it.
It’ll get done.
Unless the reason you’re stuck is because you went out for a couple of drinks on a school night and you’re hungover.
Drink some water and soldier on!
I’m off to drink some water.