Randi D. Ward is a retired, 37 year veteran English teacher from Georgia, USA, and a published author. She was named “Entrepreneur of the Year 2014” in the Education Industry by Worldwide Who’s Who and was profiled in its 2015 calendar. Her other awards include being the 2014-15 VIP Woman of the Year by National Association of Professional Women, a 2015 Delegate of the International Leadership Women’s Association, a 2015 Top Female Executive, a 2014 Pinnacle Professional Member of Continental Who’s Who, and an elite member of Strathmore Worldwide Who’s Who. Her current projects in Africa are World Peace Forest (Africa) in Egypt and Africa Nomads Conservation in Kenya. She is an honorary president of World Peace Forest (Africa) and the USA Regional Director for Africa Nomads Conservation. Her book is entitled Because I Believed in Me (My Egyptian Fantasy Came True).
Secondly, we are often stuck in a monotonous, repetitive cycle of routine tasks and activities. Thus, we find our lives the same everyday with nothing new or exciting to inspire us. We may lack energy, direction, and/or focus in our lives. We have no real dreams or goals. As stated earlier, we may have lost the mental stimulation to keep our minds interested and engaged. We do not feel as if we are being challenged enough in our lives. Another problem could be with our inability to make decisions. We are afraid or unable to make the necessary decisions to make our lives more enjoyable and productive.
Finally, it may be simply a temporary problem of the nonexistence of imagination. Our minds become unable to think of creative ways to eliminate our state of boredom. Whatever the reason(s), boredom is a real and potentially serious problem.