I find that if I don't have at least a half dozen things in work--I go into terminal burnout. Fortunately, I'm no longer a "type A", and have learned to only work on something when the urge within me is strong. YOu should go back to your toys, woodworking projects, or whatever excites you. Put the Porter in the "bottom desk drawer" of your mind and do whatever it is you REALLY and TRULY feel like doing. It's taken me ten years to figure out that once I retired, I no longer had to impose any deadlines on myself (that's what a wife is for). Card modeling is hobby, and hobbies are meant to be enjoyed. Once the fun goes away, it's time to go fishin'....the ultimate stress reliever (as long as nothing's biting).