I've actually had a one-year period of not doing anything, so I guess I sort of understand how you feel.
My method for getting back on track was finding all the problems I had, all that kept me from being satisfied with myself, and solving them as soon as possible. Another way could be to think about something you really want, and remove all the hurdles in the way between you and it.
Like Neitey said, you'll be aiming at long-term goals. Could be one year, two years, or most likely more before you get what you want. The important thing is focusing on achieving it and keeping yourself busy in between, so you don't think about how long it takes or other kind of discouraging stuff.
You need a daily activity. Even going out for a couple of hours will make you feel much better if it helps achieving your goal.
You don't need/want to work? That's fine. I take it you like learning; why not just enroll for college? Do it for the sake of discovering things, having something to do every day, and seeing people. You don't even have to talk to them or anything, and you probably won't at first, but you'll see interactions; you can just sit back and analyze those if you enjoy that.
You need some diversion.
"Un roi sans divertissement est un homme plein de misères."
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