I go cycling everyday, but just don't seem to be that bothered about building bikes, looking at bikes online or even watching content on them?
You don't say how you feel about the actual cycling part. Still enjoying that?
When I was younger and had more time I was always happy having multiple projects on the go, things to tinker with.
But these days I really can't be bothered with most of that - I've other things to do, other things I'm happy to do. Plus having too many unfinished projects about stresses me out needlessly. If the bike-tinkering was filling a hole then I guess I've found other things there.
But the bike riding if anything is better - less fretting about bike stuff, just riding what I've got.
The frame collection has halved (still up in double digits but improving(?) ! ). I've even considered letting a bike shop do stuff for me these days now that I'm more time-poor rather than money-poor.
I'd be more worried if I was losing interest in cycling but for that I've found mixing it up helps. For a little while I was following roadies around, getting faster, people talked about 'training' and stuff and it was getting a little... dull.
I've rekindled enthusiasm by stepping away and back to my cycling roots a little - I'm out there just exploring, getting lost, visiting places I'm curious about. Taking it less seriously and doing a lot of that off-road (gravel bike, MTB).