Once you no longer have that fight in you, you might as well just give up. It doesn't matter how much money you have as a bankroll, you will not do better if you have $10k.
The way I look at it is that if you can not grind up to $10k, then you do not deserve to have a $10k bankroll. I am very "cheap" when it comes to funding my poker not because I have to be (I am ok financially) but rather because I know that anything that comes easy will not last. Granted, you have to start somewhere but with the plethora of freerolls
out there you have many opportunities to "make your mil" as JayZ would say (dead presidents single).
So my guess is that even if you had $10k you would be just as bored as you are now. there is no free lunch my friend: no one is going to give it to you and you certainly should not be dumb enough to just give it to yourself (i.e. save $10k and use it all for poker). The grind is SO IMPORTANT I believe because it makes you respect just how difficult it is to make it in poker and it will build you teh self confidence you need to know that if you ever lose yoru bankroll (no matter how big or small it is) that you can grind back up to it if you need to.
So if you are bored with poker at this level, chances are you will be bored at any level. Maybe poker is not for you. Or, maybe you just need a break? I know I have been playing poker day-in and day-out since september 2013. I have over 120,000 tournament hands played and will actually be up a few hundred dollars by september 2014. I can't say I've gotten bored of poker; but sometimes I do need a break and so I take it (usually a few days). these breaks usually come when I've experienced an extended period of losses (i.e. losing like 20 tournaments in a row).
Since september 2013 I have only made two deposits of my own money, one for $100, and one for $50, plus the $100 bankroll I won on here through a special contest which funded my juicystakes account (thank you CC for that). And when I did build up my bankroll from freeroll to $450, I just cashed that out immediately (this was near the beginning of my poker journey around november 2013). I have made sure that I stop myself from continually funding my account like clockwork when I bust an account because I know taht is a sure way to go broke. the fact is, If I can not win some freerolls and turn that money into something better, then I do not deserve to re-fund my poker accounts. Otherwise I would be out of house and home in no time. I think this is a sound money-management principle: you don't wrecklessly keep on funding a losing proposition. On the other hand, if there were no freerolls I would, of course, be forced to fund my account more regularly to keep myself constantly playing and learning: in that case, the funding of my accounts would be like an investment in my poker training (i.e., i'd be expecting to lose it). But even in that case, i would not be throwing in $500 a week to fund my poker account: I'd probably deposit much less than that and deposit much less often: once I bust a bankroll go back to reading some books for maybe a couple of months before getting back into the game with real money