How can I feed my addiction like that? That's not a solution, that's just a different kind of problem. /s
In reality, my situation is that I spend too much time developing an emulator rather than using it play games. I was actually going to start playing Mario Party Advance in GBE+, but I found a bug (minor graphical with certain text boxes) and I can't rest until I track it down.
However, it's not really a problem having all of these games. I just joke like it is. I've been into game collecting for a year now, and something like 95% of the games coming in are old GB/GBA/NDS games I wanted years ago but never got around to buying them. I don't mind the backlog, because I only collect games that I actually intend to play. I don't buy trophies. Right now's a great time to build a collection like this. Prices haven't reached insanity levels for most of Nintendo's portable library, unlike a ton of their console games, so it's kind of a waste not to buy more than I can play right now. It's not like things are going to be cheaper in the future. For Nintendo handhelds (up to 3DS), we've already hit the bottom for natural depreciation on most games, so the only fluctuation is going to be upwards if nostalgia turns into sustained demand. Even if prices remain stable, inflation comes into play in the long-term. Of course, if the entire "retro" game market really is on a bubble like some think it is, prices across the board are bound to crash, but I'm not sure that's going to happen at all.
Anyway, the real "solution" is to play more games. Don't go outside. Don't sleep. Maybe sometimes eat
EDIT - Forgot to mention that I also kinda need a large library of games to dump and test in GBE+, so stopping my shopping spree isn't an ideal option