Need a boost!

I sat in front of my monitor so many times in the last few months, and could not get anything written for my blog. Life has been boring for me. It all has been just a routine day in and day out. Waking up, taking my kid to school, cleaning up, picking my kid from school, bla bla bla... go to sleep. I'm trying to find the spirit to do things, but it seems to be disappeared into thin air... I feel like I want to move somewhere new, maybe US, Canada, or Australia, to start a new life over again. I want to actually get a job and make money for myself and my kid and just start over... But every time I go to the immigration website and check the requirements to immigrate to one of those countries, it feels like it would never happen. It's so hard to immigrate nowadays. So many rules, so many requirements, and I'm just not sure I'm up to it. What do I do? I know it's not right to wait for things to happen in my life. I should make things happen in my life, right? Aaahhh, why things have to be so damn hard?


  1. Good to see you Jan! One thing at a time it my motto, it is so much easier than looking at the big picture. Take one step, every day week, month, whatever. Then your prepared and maybe by then, for something totally different. I think that going through the motions give you the confidence to do other things as well and more options always feels better! Have a great day!

  2. You are totally right. Thank you for sharing your motto and your advice. I will definitely try it :)

  3. I remember feeling that way years ago. I was bored and craving to do something different. It's hard but things will change. Start off my changing your routine little by little. After dropping your kids off at school - do something different - even if it's just a walk in the park. Take a camera or a writing journal and fill it with what you see/thoughts. Call an old friend and plan a meeting for lunch. It sounds like you've been couped up too long and need some 'you time.' I hope you find what you're looking for and I trust you will. Don't despair, my friend. This time of sadness will pass and the sun will shine on you again! Hugsss, Susan