I've got about 350 hours under my belt, prior to divorce and Covid I was on the track to going after my commercial, CFI and then working towards my ATP so I could maybe do some big boy flying while still in my 40s. But all that has stalled. My thirst for aviation knowledge has waned, my verve for going up and beating up the pattern has seemingly disappeared. Maybe it's because I'm a single dad now and the time and energy around devoting at least 4-5 hours of any given day to fly for recreation seems to have given some diminishing returns. I had a scare in IMC last summer while flying my kids (I was legal IFR) which really kinda took the wind out of my sails. I also know I'm in the middle of the 'Killing Zone' where the lines of competency, confidence, and complacency seem to converge. I've still logged about 30 hours since the August which isn't bad for a weekend warrior (or skyhawk in this case) pilot. Anyone else hit this particular wall? I want to keep flying but it just seems more daunting than ever.