Feeling lost

Don’t expect any wise words from this post!

I don’t function well without goals and plans and now that I’ve finished my book (whoop whoop yay!) I feel a bit goal-less.  In addition there’s my ongoing calf injury which means I’m not running as much – it feels better so I run, then it feels worse so I rest.

In a nutshell, I’m not working towards a specific goal and I can’t fill time through running, which leads me down the path of apathy, lacking the motivation to step off the path.

Yes, there are many things I could be doing but my brain doesn’t want to make decisions so I do what any unfocused individual does… nothing.  At least nothing of note… think I’ll do some BuJo drawing!

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Hi, I'm Karen, creator of blueskydays365.com which is home to my poetry, art and general ramblings. I am the author two collections of poetry, 'Kaleidoscopic Beauty' & 'I am the Stars in the Sky', and the children's book 'All That Glitters' (not yet published). I also enjoy running.

4 thoughts on “Feeling lost

      1. I’d probably agree, a little break and maybe things to ‘zone out’ to could help, TV series, films, books, walks in the park (injury dependent)? Maybe a little break away from the routine and a change of scenery would help too. Don’t to too hard on yourself for feeling a bit lost or apathetic, you’ve achieved a lot and you’ve got a ‘bum deal’ with the injury preventing you from running as you otherwise would, so your at a bit of a crossroads.xx

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