After many years of going to matches, and being a R.O and match director for three different groups, I, too, ran out of steam and quit going.
To keep involved and still enjoy it, I joined a club that allowed setting up stages on unused ranges, and run them on my own.
The stages were usually downloaded from match book stage designs from the internet, along with the match scoring results.
Like doing postal matches, sometimes alone and sometimes with a few friends, in a fraction of the time and expense of going to a real match.
Just as much fun, great practice and less rules to have to follow.
Lock the doors, they're coming in the windows.