It may help to reflect on why you got into the hobby in the first place, and what this or other hobbies mean to you. I started homebrewing at a point in my life when a lot of other things were a bit mixed up for me. It took me a few months to get to the local homebrew club, and I'm sorry I couldn't have spent more time with them -- what nice people -- before my life turned around and I found myself where I wanted to be. But the brewing process was, and is, a sort of zymurgical therapy. There, as where I am now, I can find plenty of excellent beer, though I do like to brew things that are not so common. Thinking about the process, planning my next brew, mulling over my current brews, reading up on brews, planning my equipment... I find that a very pleasant "vacation" from other things in my life.
I have the opposite problem which is I'd love to brew more but my life gets in the way. I am thinking of doing the occasional stovetop extract brew this coming academic year just to keep my hand in it.