Help I've lost my Mojo.
I never thought it would happen but I think it has.
Do you know what it means to have lost your Mojo? If so perhaps you can help.
I looked up the work Mojo on answers.com and it told me that:
"Mojo means "finding the magic in what we do". To have "lost your mojo", refers to a loss of inspiration or creative genius; a loss of that special spark. The word has been around for almost 100 years, one source cites its use to as early as 1926"
So it would seem that people have had this problem for a while, it's not a modern day thing.
I am going to admit to you that I had not picked up a needle for almost 3 months.I have not folded and refolded fabric just for the thrill of it nor have I given the sewing machine a whirl. This even shocks me more as I write this down. Up until now I think I have been in denial.But now I need to sort this thing out.
The problem started when my family and I decided to spend this Christmas in Italy. The trip was wonderful, magical and simply amazing. We spent almost 2 months there.
Now that we are back home I feel like a little boat adrift. Glad to be home yet feeling a tad listless. Is this normal?
Anyway I thought that you may be able to help by making some suggestions for my fast recovery.