Doctor Checkmate makes an astute point: "Buying product after product has always been the methadone to treat the addiction to play." I need to take this to heart, considering the state of my wishlist.
However, playing more often isn't an available solution, so what's left? I suppose just self-control (and a tight end-of-year budget) will have to suffice. In theory I'll have more time free to play and prep for play in the new year. Until then, my best bet looks to be finding a free or public-domain no-prep collaborative game that I can play/run with my current group. On the other hand, the AD&D 1e game I'm currently running is a lot of fun and I certainly don't want to back out on it already.
Does anyone have any tips for running D&D (of any edition; I can probably adapt anything) with no or next to no session prep? The one lone dungeon that I've had on the drafting table for the past two months is still giving me conniptions for lack of time to flesh it out.