To the OP, I was in your situation a couple years ago. I was seriously burned out after losing my business and livelihood. I needed some time to decompress and figure out my next move. I was unemployed for about 7 months and probably played about 300 or so rounds, helped design and build a course, and spent a week or so volunteering at US Dubs and the USDGC. It was a blast and I needed it. I think I'm still trying to figure out my next move, and I'm pretty sure that I always need to be at this point. That's probably the biggest thing I learned from all of it. Don't be complacent. Figure out what your next move is gonna be.
Oh, and good luck with it all.