Sadly I consider anything under a month to be a short skill…But as for your situation, expand your boundaries.
The best way to keep EvE fresh is to do different things, even if you think you won’t like them. Explore, Run around in cheap ships and kill stuff (and Die), Try a small gang, Jump in wormholes, Help a new player, Run in Bomber’s Bar, Run an incursion, Run an Invasion, Mine with your corp for a weekend then build a bunch of t1 frigates and have a corp frigate fest, set a goal for this week, then change it for the next. Always set goals, always. For example, many years ago, I set a goal to be a perfectly skilled Raven pilot, yet I flew it everyday for 13 months while I perfected those skills.
You don’t need perfect skills to do something new. The problem is that you are limiting yourself when there really is no limit to what you can do. I see you’re in a small corp - do things with others - EvE gets tiresome alone. Don’t wait for others to find content for you, push yourself to find content for others.
Which is precisely why CCP never wanted to give us a skill que in the first place, they wanted people playing their game, not parked in station skilling. Besides sitting in station may help your skills improve, but won’t develop your in-game skills and won’t make you any iskies to buy things to try with your new skills.