just focus on living your faith (prayer, church, etc.) for a time
This is what has been so compelling about Orthodoxy to me. My "feelings" at any given time almost don't matter. Feelings are by nature transitory and wax and wane, just like in marriage. But the plan, the direction, the focus on living the faith is always there, even when I don't "feel" particularly "spiritual," or am going through a dry spell.
I agree as well. It's easier said than done, but I know it
--living the faith--is out there, even when I'm not doing it.
I hope the advice to read about saints lives is beneficial for you, NightOwl. At times though, I find these of limited use (disclaimer: I'm not familiar with the "everyday saints" book), as people living the faith under exceptionally difficult circumstances don't reflect the perceived banality that becomes one of my greatest challenges. I hope I'm not overly projecting my own issues onto this thread or cutting down other advice, but rather adding a different perspective.
My priest's homily this past Sunday was on the topic and importance of endurance
mentioned in Hebrews (Chapter 10 and 12 for example). He focused particularly on the active effort of enduring, not only through difficulty but through dry periods. So the Letter to the Hebrews would be my recommendation for inspiration. Similarly, the removal of the spirit of faintheartedness and request for patience made in the Lenten Prayer of St. Ephrem reflects the difficulties you (along with many of us) may be experiencing.
Best wishes though.