You are a seminarian?
If so, I once went to a theological school (I was protestant then). Your laxity to your studies may be a good thing. Perhaps you are realizing that it's not all about the books and the debates. It still comes down to people's messy lives and seeking the Kingdom of God and working out our salvation on this very messy playing field. That's a good thing!
But, everyone has a job. I go to work every day, Mon - Fri and though some days I'd rather be somewhere else, I do my job. You're studies are your job. Though you may not be infatuated with them or idolize them as maybe you once did, you still have a responsibility to them.
NOW is s very good time to learn how to put in that honest effort even though you're not emotionally into what you are doing. If you are a theological student, this will take you VERY far in the priesthood or diaconate. If you are getting your MBA (or whatever) it will also take you very far in whatever vocation you choose.
Do your job (keep up with your studies). Pray. Work out your salvation with fear and trembling.
May the Lord show you His mercy and love.
P.S. if this is off mark or not at all helpful, I apologize in advance and please just hit your mental delete button!