Hey! Thats awesome, just dont stress about accelerating or grade chasing. I have to admit i have my moments of frustration too. Dont dedicate 100% your time to finishing a project, take time to go back to lower grade climbs and enjoy the style and flow of them. For lower graded problems appreciate the movement by fluidly moving through each movement. It helps train you too for technique because you are in full control and not using flailing momentum to get to the next hold.
All climbers have a stagnant stage of climbing where you can get less psyched. Breaks are not bad, it gives your body a break. When you get that psyche back, dedicate that motivation to send your project or climb more problems.
If you climb in the gym a lot, get outdoors. It def provides a rejuvenation session from all that indoor climbing. Don’t isolate yourself with you and your project, be social and feed off of other people’s energy.