I got to that point a few years back when I first started NEETing, anime wasn't fun, video games weren't fun, porn wasn't fun, I just felt lost everyday. Picking up a hobby like drawing has filled that void, although it's been a rocky road, still is, anxiety, depression, stress, but upheaval, I pushed myself, overcame and grew after surviving the days when I felt like I was going to die of a heart attack from the stress, and I'm glad I have something, glad I stuck to it. I have enjoyed parts of it, enjoy drawing listening to music, enjoy the constant challenge and having something to progress towards. I don't like my art, embarrassed by it, but I am fucking glad I'm on an adventure and moving towards something.
If you're having trouble sticking to drawing, my first year was just the goal of drawing everyday, it didn't matter how much, 1 picture, could be 10minutes. I did that for about a year and I didn't accomplish everyday but I did manage to make it a habit. After that first year I began enjoying it more, it became a 5-6hour a day thing. The year after that I started doing fundamentals, and that was pretty awful at the start, not understanding any of it, not knowing how to study, use reference, but I had no option but to learn it, and I grew a lot in the end because of it which I'm grateful for. I think the reason I never gave up is because of the time I had previously committed. After doing it consistently for the first year I had devoted a year to something, so pushing myself I wasn't so quick to give up art.