And this past month, I was burnt out… I felt I was on the rocks and lacking the enthusiasm to move on with new initiatives. The interesting thing is that often you don’t even realize that a certain aspect of your life fails to inspire you, but in a flash you discover which spark could rekindle that flame which will let you shine so much brighter. This past month has repeatedly blessed me with such insights. Moving out of my old apartment in Nairobi and cleaning out my closet was such a great inspiration to me. Working on my new flat has been both therapeutic and inspirational. My blog also failed to inspire me -not the content, but the way it was presented. I felt that it needed a serious makeover in order to offer me an overall environment which would inspire me. And so I revamped it!
Have a closer look at your milestones and take pride in how far you have come. I highly recommend taking a break from what fails to inspire you, and consider it a beneficial breathing space which will allow you to come back with fresh enthusiasm and new inspired ideas of how to take your life to the next level. And never underestimate the power of prayer. The Lord knows where you need to go and will show you the way. Staying inspired is a lifelong journey, and sometimes the best way to be inspired is by being an inspiration to others.
On this note let me wish you all a happy and inspired week. Thank you also for being such a great inspiration to me, because you definitely are.
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