Derails aside it's clear that enough people understand the better solution is to do something that is not Minecraft when you're sick of Minecraft. Gamers tend to get stuck in some pretty deep ruts where they identify with one game and expect that one game to hold their interest indefinitely. That's just the slow road to misery, and recognizing that you're burnt out on a game but still trying to find new angles to keep it interesting just compounds the problem. There's a point in the burn-out cycle where you're just bored with what you're doing. Keep going with it and all of a sudden little things that don't matter start to make you very unhappy. Before you know it you've talked yourself into hating the game but you'll still stick with it for 6 months before you finally flip out and "quit". It's just not healthy, and if you're not careful you can talk yourself into hating something that you might once again enjoy in the future if you just gave yourself a break and went and enjoyed something else for a while.