If you are in a rut and lacking motivation, there is nothing wrong with you. You may have been neglecting yourself.
You may be taking care of everyone else but yourself. Have you been paying attention to yourself?
You are tired because you are feeling victimized. You are not taking accountability for your choices. Take responsibility with grace. The expression "I have to" is disempowering. You don't have to do anything. Everything you do it's because you want to. Most of the time, you may not feel like it, but you want to.
You may not feel like cooking dinner, but you want to feed your children. That is the type of mom you want to be.
The problem here is that when all you do is for everyone else, and you are always neglecting yourself, you will feel unloved, tired, overwhelmed, and lacking motivation. You are trying to fill cups from an empty pitcher.
Do you want to get out of a rut? It starts with desire.
Do you have dreams? What do you desire? What makes you wake up in the morning?
Take time to investigate your brain; take time to dream. I'm not even talking about big things; I'm talking about the little things in life.
Do you have a hobby? Pick one thing to be excited about. I know what you will say; you are too tired; you have no time for that.
That is a lie. You are lying to yourself. How do I know? Because I've been there.
Motivation comes from Commitment and Commitment from desire, willingness, and a strong belief.
Motivation and commitment are feelings; a thought creates feelings.
What do you want to believe on purpose?
Just pick one thing to look forward to tomorrow. Focus on why you want to do it.
Write it down and do it for you. Have your own back.
You deserve it, my friend! Love on you!