There's a book by Laura Vanderkam (I think it's "168 Hours") where she walks you through an exercise called the "List of 100 Dreams". You make a list of 100 things you dream of doing in your life, and it can include things you've already done (i.e. getting into college, winning a scholarship, marrying your soulmate, becoming a parent, going on a cruise, buying a home...) and should also include things you want to do before you die (visit all the Hawaiian islands, run a marathon, learn how to cook Indian food from scratch, write a book). Then she breaks down how to get cracking on those dreams in your weekly schedule. It's a great thought exercise and helps you focus on what are you going to spend your free time on, i.e. hours of Netflix, or hours with a pen & paper brainstorming a syllabus for a college course you'd like to teach. Also helps you appreciate all the hard work you've already put into your life. This exercise helped me identify a couple of big life goals:
-10 year wedding anniversary / vows renewal, including renting a beach house in Hawaii for the summer with our daughter and exploring waterfalls, mountains & beaches
-Establishing myself as a dance instructor
It helps to have a mind for what you're working/saving for, once you've reached the FI crossover point. If you keep working because you truly love your job, that's great too. Think about something fun / rewarding you could do with the extra $, besides multiplying your nest egg over & over again - maybe you want to host an epic family reunion?