You can use the money you are making from this boring work to create a business you enjoy. That's what I did. I was a ghostwriter for six years. For the first three years it was okay because I made good money. But I was bored and I knew I would get more bored as time went on. So I created a business selling something I knew I would never get bored of because it was a longtime hobby. For three more years I kept at the ghostwriting and the new biz until the latter could stand on its own two feet. Seven years ago I quit the ghostwriting with a happy sigh of relief. I make way less money now, but my work is very satisfying and IMO, meaningful.
If you want a really radical perspective, a book I read recently and enjoyed a lot is Radical Homemakers: Reclaiming Domesticity from a Consumer Culture. It's not about housework. It's about recentering your life so that what becomes important is time/experience and satisfaction instead of money and stuff. Might give you some ideas.