Stop doing improv and acting and all your other creative work for a month and see how it makes you feel. Experiment with just being A Normal. Spoiler alert: you probs won’t like it very much, but you may find some relief in the free time. After your month-long sabbatical, make it your goal to work smarter, not harder in your creative life. Instead of trying to do every show or see every show or be on every house team or go to every party, target your participation. Look at the steps that successful ex-improvisers took to achieve their goals. What did Kate McKinnon do? What did Donald Glover do?
Also, no one is cool in the improv world. It’s inherently dorky, because it’s improv.
And as for day jobs, I have been: a paralegal at a law firm specializing in immigration for fashion models; a high school teacher; an associate editor at a pharmaceuticals magazine; and a blogger for a nonprofit. It gives you material, it gives you rent, in some cases it gives you health insurance. Don’t knock it.