Whether one terms it as job hunting never ends, lifelong learning, always being market relevant, technical pride and upkeep, etc., there is no end to a full stack developer’s learning.
However, I’ve warnings per experience:
Avoid learning for the sake of learning. Judge what’s directly useful for market relevance. Not much of learning matters if not compensated for it. Ideals like satisfaction and pride and recognization can be kept and achieved.
With higher work load learning, often done in wee hours since working hours and real life deeds compete for time, may require more self-care to ensure stamina, focus, and mental space are sufficient. Late nights offer more quiet, lower inhibitions, and fewer interruptions, but the paydown is less rest which has its own harms. Be sure you’re choosey about your career, job, tasks, projects, learning, everything so it’s all keeping you in happiest form.