Ok let me start this out with, I received my PPL 15 years ago. I spent about 12 years renting planes and accumulated around 200 hours with an on again off again approach to flying. There were times I was out of currency and other times I was flying 3 times a month. About 3 years ago I purchased a Vans RV. Got my tailwheel and transition training and was flying my plane regularly (a couple times a week in the beginning) but slowly trailed off on the amount I was flying. When I bought it the plan was to fly it all the time. Day trips to the beach or mountains, flying to all the hidden away airports and places to eat that so many people do. I found myself making a few of these trips in the beginning, but overall, time spent flying the plane had drastically reduced from when I first purchased it. I hesitate to use the term Nervous about flying the plane lately because ultimately I am not scared of flying the plane, I just really have to talk myself into going flying. There has been nothing that has happened in the plane that would have caused me any apprehension about flying it and I feel comfortable in this it, it’s just that when it comes time to go fly I find myself talking myself out of it... it’s too hot, it’s too windy... you get the idea. And none of these excuses are a good reason not to fly. Obviously things like wind would be a good reason to scrub a flight if they were too strong but in this case, I talk myself out of flying in winds that I know I could easily deal with. When I am not at the airport, the excitement of going somewhere in the plane is there and I tell myself all the places I want to check out and I’m constantly thinking about it... but when it’s time to actually strap in and go, the talking myself out of it begins. I live very close to my airport and initially enjoyed many evening flights with no destination, just flying for the sake of flying, but now I get in the air, fly close to my airport and after 10 min I decide I better put it back on the ground... it’s really been disappointing to me lately as I am not getting the enjoyment out of the plane that I purchased it for. I keep telling myself that the solution is just to suck it up and fly the paint off it any chance I get and that will push me through my mental block... but just curious if there are others out there that have similar situations and how you got through it? Thanks!