My first alt that I've leveled is about halfway to level 60 and my warlock is finally geared enough for heroics, and I'm really starting to seriously lose interest. Normally, I feel like I'd have 4 or 5 characters already at max level by now given how quickly it actually is to level, but I just can't seem to get motivated. I'm still doing the callings every day, but for some reason, I'm just not feeling the attachment to the game that I used to.
In other news, FFXIV released their latest content patch last week, which included new MSQ quests (I know that's redundant), a new dungeon and a new raid. The MSQ stuff (which included the new dungeon) took about a day to get through, and I really enjoyed the whole thing. I really love these characters, and it's always comforting to go back and see what the next chapter in the story is.
I've also been working on some of the Shadowbringer raid stuff - I finished Eden's Gate as a SMN, and may run the pieces of it a few more times to try to gear up to do the next set of raids as a SCH. I've also gone back to working on professions, and have pretty much everything other than ALC and ARM to the point where I can at least desynth stuff.
The thing that I really find myself loving about FFXIV is that there is so much to do, but none of it feels urgent. If I want to work on professions one day, that's great, if I want to level a new class one day, that's great too, or I can work my way through the various raids and the quest lines associated with them - which are also all phenomenal stories as well.
I'm not ready to give up on World of Warcraft just yet, but it will definitely be sharing my attention with FFXIV for now.