I'm glad I found (well, it found me) my current position. While there are some stressful periods, very rarely do I have to deal with weekend / holiday work and when I do, I get comp time for it that I can use later, my pay is far better than my previous job so I'm finally able to start indulging in some of the hobbies I'd put on hold (model trains can be EXPENSIVE!) and (my Dr is happy about this) I'm finally getting off my butt and working on getting into shape. I'm even planning, once I get a bit more into shape, on riding my bike to and from work a couple days a week (~15 miles one-way)
Even better, while I'm currently the only DBA in my team, the management is working on getting one of the developers set up to be a backup for when I do go on vacation so I don't have to take along my work laptop and phone. Which will be nice, even though I probably (unless they explicitly tell me not too) will take them along anyways, just in case. Will I look at them while I'm gone? The phone I'll glance at once or twice a day when I'm in the hotel room (it gets my e-mail as well,) the laptop only if there's something that needs my attention (and my bar for that is fairly high, say, multiple e-mails plus phone calls and texts to my personal phone.)
But overall, yes, I do enjoy where I work, who I work with, and don't see burnout coming my way any time soon.