When Pandaria came out, I powered to 90 (on a new main with 0 professions) so that I could start the daily grind, several hours every day, burned out hard, and quit dailies for a couple weeks (and turned off wow entirely for a week) shortly after getting Golden Lotus to Revered.
Over the past few days, I've started them up again. One day I came on, thought, hey, maybe I'll do some Anglers today, and go ahead and catch all the fish I need to finish out my cooking Ways. The next day I felt like doing Shado-Pan and running heroics to finish off my valor. Yesterday I only did the cooking dailies and started working on one of my alts. Tonight I think I'll finally try out pet battles.
Now that I've finally given up this idea that doing dailies is mandatory, and my guild is no longer pressuring us to max out everything, I'm starting to think that these dailies are actually kind of fun. Now, I log on and it actually feels more like there's a variety of things to choose from, rather than a long list of chores to do. I'm interested to see how this balance keeps up in future patches.
Anyone else starting to come around from the other side of burnout?