Here's a very good article by Able Parris where he talks about the need for us to dedicate more of our time to things that make us interesting:
There are many things vying for our attention, and while some of them are a good use of time, many of them are only keeping us from what we *should* be doing. Our time and headspace are the most valuable things we have, and what we can do with them is virtually unlimited. I am learning that cutting out distractions can be more valuable than any to-do app or time in front of a screen.
We need to spend less time looking to others for interesting things, and start spending more time doing the things that make us interesting. Perhaps you need to dedicate more time to that thing that got you where you are or that thing that will get you where you want to be.
I wrote a little while back about the topic of Evaluating Time. Next to money, I would say time is by far the biggest limiting factor in our lives. We're all given the same 24hrs in a day to fulfill anything we desire and in order to dedicate more time to things that matter, like Able said, I completely eliminated things from my life that weren't worth my time and ultimately didn't contribute to me feeling any better as a person.
I'm sure there's things in your life that you've considered entirely giving up but the question is why haven't you and by not doing so, is it taking away time from activities that could potentially be more valuable to you?