My love of and present reliance on the LX1 for image making started after making the decision to move from Nikon to Pentax and only half completing the move; I got rid of the Nikon but haven't yet bought the Pentax.
This meant re-discovering lots of reasons for enjoying the LX1 - It's small, very small, possesses a complete and really usable measure of manual controls, exposure brackets and compensates very easily, makes beautiful raw files, has a great Leica lens and makes 16:9 images with the flick of a switch.
I can no longer look at 4:3 (the standard aspect ratio of most still images) in the same way, they just don't resonate and I don't 'see' them as I look around for photographs.
Carrying the Lumix around has become second nature and has undoubtedly helped re-invigorate my photographic practice which was kick started a couple of years ago after my dear friend Linda pushed me to set up the informal Blurred photo group which meets monthly in Belper, Derbyshire.
Using the Lumix also means I only need to carry a very small, very light tripod around which is all this camera needs. Ah bliss.
A change of aspect ratio and/or a change of camera might be all that is needed to make you see new images and feel excited about your photography once more. It worked for me.
To quote Haje Jan Kamps - 'The best camera you own is the one you actually end up using.'