Everyone's needs are different- financially and emotionally. Few years back, was looking for something I could do to give back to my community- considered Reserve LEO- but I have the weirdest travel schedule you can imagine, and I was getting a bit up in the years to be wrestling with drunks.
Wound up serving on the Public Safety Commission for our town. Appointed by the City Council, no pay- oversight of the PD and FD, liason between them and City Council. We wound up going to a 24 hr aid fire service, with Volunteer back, building 3 new fire stations, getting our EMS Service up and running, and paying for itself, building a new police station, and expanding the dept. Frankly, was a lot of fun.
If you are doing OK financially, but yer bored, and still enjoy some aspects of being a Peace Officer, have you considered volunteering time- maybe with your training and licensing group? Use some of that experience to pass along to the rookies just starting out. Will help YOU keep current as well. Might be part time- help teach this class, help out at the driving course, days at the range, etc.
One of my friends retired as LEO, and became a magistrate. Here in VA, they are the folks that issue warrants, review intake of arrested persons, set bail for misdemeanants, etc. Tom found he really enjoyed that. Another became a part time faculty member of the local community college Administration of Justice program.
Look around at what is there. More than you might think.
What we have here is... failure- to communicate.