First of all glad you are back. Ok, thats out of the way.
I know EXACTLY how you feel. I had my Pdoc reduce my meds because i was so darn listless, had no interest in anything, all my favorite things like bicycling, reading, building models, working on my railroad, even sex, was completely absent. I finally said that i cant live like this, it's just to BORING.
So first i got my meds cut in half so i started to get hypomanic episodes again. Just on the fun side of crazy if you know what i mean
Secondly i got out of the rut and tried a completely different part time job. THe first few weeks were rough and i almost quit a few times but i stuck it out and now i love the job. Just to let you know i'm working Loss Prevention for sears and it is a perfect job for someone as distracted as me. I get to walk the floor, run cameras, make arrests, install cameras, plus a lot more. I know that in my sears we would definetly work around your sceadual. My boss realized that hiring nontraditional people has lead to a very successful team. (Numbers wise we had more than a 100 more arrests this year than last year) What i am saying is that even in this job market there are good, exciting, nontraditional jobs out there that may help relieve the boredom you feel.
As an athlete i understand the need for working out. My normal year is anywhere from 5000 to 7000 miles, last year was awfull as i only had less than 2000. SO what did i do? Well even though i had real problems getting motivated i did things like drive my wife to work with my bike so i HAD to ride home. It payed off in two ways as i got more miles and i spent time with the wifey. LOL LOL LOL THis year being on half meds i have a lot more energy and am looking forward to a better season of riding.
Anyway thats what i got for now. Aside from small tasks i can accomplish each day like do the dishes, take out the trash, do the kitty litter
and other small tasks i can accomplish each night. In my mind this sets up a cycle of success as i complete each task each night instead of focusing on what i'm not doing. Ok, ive rambled on long enough.
I hope there is something in my post that helps you a bit.