At my current job, I have played the same role, eight times a week, for over 250 performances. And I'm still one of the newbies. Please know that I love my job, and I am incredibly grateful that God has placed me there. I'll be honest with you though, and say that some days I show up to the theater, and I'm just not feeling it. Still, the show must go on, regardless of my personal feelings towards doing it.
The truth is, things that matter in this life rarely have anything to do with our feelings. The things that really matter, a life's work, a thriving marriage, a positive impact, a right relationship with God, we don't always feel like putting in the work and care to make these things happen. But if we truly want these things, we have to be obedient to our commitment. We have to be faithful to our calling, regardless of how we may feel in the moment.
When it comes to the things that matter, commitment and calling trumps present feelings every time. When we feel like it, it's play. When we don't, it's work. Either way, we've committed to it, so it must be done.