I know the feeling all too well…a couple years back I was really into making (non fetish) rpg maker projects. I probably started around 6-9 with variing degrees of refinement or seriousness, and the only one I ever finished was a short one shot test to try out an action combat plugin…after a while I just stopped because I lacked the time. A bit later I started modding my favourite game (As in, creating mods myself) and while I initially had my fun with it and did a couple things with it I ended up moving on from that as well. I then modded a couple other games in minor ways, before kind of dropping that ^^’.
Couple years later, with some time on my hands I decided to actually make a semi professional mod for my favourite game, got all the basics done, even started to get into pixel art to draw some custom sprites buuut…that mod was never finished either.^^’ I got into drawing a bit after that, but because of other stuff I dont really do that anymore…though I do pixel art a bunch atm since I need it for my current project at uni. And as for the most recent thing I got myself into, Ive started looking into 3d modeling…which I’ll probably end up dropping sometime as well.
Its important to not try to make your first ever Project your dream project, especially when it comes to making games, because it wont work and you wont finish it. Try to view these initial projects as stepping stones and once you find an idea that really sticks, keep working on that…and if you get burned out on that project, take a break but dont forget to remind yourself to get to it again…doubt my advice is of much use here, especially since I fail at adhering to it myself but thats my thoughts on the matter. Good luck!