Let's Not Ship: Giving Up

Here is a list of things I'm no longer putting time or effort into. 

 - A comedy podcast with a friend.
- "Man up, Asshole!" The fine art of being a man. A how to show/blog
- "Sawhorse / The Sidney Project" Music review site.
- Untitled video series shot entirely at 3 AM
- Untitled monthly live late night talk show I was asked to write/direct that fell through.
- Another podcast.
- Untitled video series of local bands playing in unique venues. 

And the list goes on.
Those are all things that I've been "working on" for the last couple years. It's not that I don't want to do these things it's that I don't have the ambition to them anymore. I'd be happy to work on something with or for someone, but I just don't want to have to do a majority of the work anymore. I don't want to have to rescue something. I just want to put my work into something and call it a day.
At the end of the day someone else can do all the worrying. I want to worry about my own problems. Not someone's website problems. This isn't a burn or attack on someone I've worked with before because I want to come back to that. We can really work on that. I'm just tired of getting asked to help out with something that never pans out. I know I can be to blame sometimes, but really at the end of the day I just don't want to be someones project manager. I don't want to have to worry about someones deadlines. Just my own. I want to get my work done and be proud of what I worked on. Instead of putting out mediocre content because I was too busy juggling everyone else's responsibilities.