I think I will spend some time starting up my own little framework of bits and pieces I repeatedly do when coding my own little projects. I might call it "X-frame". Who knows how far I will get with it. I might finish setting up that virtual Linux machine, as I got rid of my Linux partition when I installed that SSD. After spending an hour or two coding away I might just pop into some computer game and relax.
A few years ago I wanted to know everything. I spent the day at work thinking about what I would do when I got home and then spend the evening studying various things as hard as I could. I would stress over how there weren't enought hours in the day to do what I wanted to do. There was rarely an hour in the day where I wasn't productive in some way.
The topic of burnout rarely comes up in dev circles. It seems to be a dirty word. If you burn out you just couldn't hack it. You should have streamline your workflow. There is huge pressure to learn and produce. But few talk about it. It happens to everyone, why would we be any different.