I find that if I need inspiration I can often look at my old sketchbooks, where I sketch, draw, doodle, plan future paintings, jot down ideas, etc. My sketchbooks are mostly filled with ideas for artwork I want to create in the future when I have more time. It's a great place to store ideas for future reference, that way, if I am experiencing any creative blocks I can flip through my sketchbooks to get the juices flowing again.
I completely understand getting disconnected from your work. I'm guilty of letting life sweep me away so fast that I can't even keep up. But I will say this...find half a second to be still and listen/look around you. My inspiration comes from doing that, and finding the strong emotions that are bound to arise. Whether it's a ladybug, or my daughter, or something profound that was said. Sometimes it's a dream, or a movie, or a request from a friend. Music is also very helpful. Put on whatever you like to work to, or figure out what mood you want to create and put that music on. I love to work to classical music, or my native songs. Sometimes, I'll wander around this website to see what people are working on, or what challenges have been posted, so I can try something new. :-) Good luck!