It’s easy to find yourself in a rut. I’m sure I’ve made that clear without needing to write a post directly dealing with the subject.
The first thing to do is determine whether you are in a rut (but if you’re asking, the answer is probably “yes”).
Determine what sort of rut you’re in. Is it a work rut? A blogging rut? A health rut? A life rut?
See what changes you can make. What can you control?
Start with something small.
Usually doing something out of my usual gets me out of a rut, at the very least it helps me focus on something else.
If that doesn’t work make more changes, eventually something will click.
Again, it depends what kind of rut you’re in.
If it’s something like a PT rut that can be harder to get out of.
Getting a second opinion could be a good option, or it could open a whole other vortex of unpleasantness.
Being in a rut is never easy to deal with. It can be hard to get out of the rut, especially when you’re trying to dig yourself out of it.
However, if you’re in a rut you need to get out of it before the situation just grows and becomes a rut that that effects other areas of your life.
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