I hear you on the creative funk issue. It's been hard to find time to shoot, let alone time to shoot something other than simple random snaps.
I'm there with you guys as well .
everyone keeps saying the foggy cloudy film is because it was not developed long enough?
Thin film (i.e. the *dark* areas on the film aren't that dark) is due to the film not being developed long enough. Foggy film (i.e. where the *clear* areas of the film aren't as light as they should be), on the other hand, is due to the film being exposed to too much radiation. This can happen in one fell dose (e.g. with an airport x-ray scanner) or over a long period of time (with naturally occurring radiation).
Old film fogs - that's probably what happened.
I shot a roll of reasonably old film (exp. maybe 2007 or so?) last week and still got some passable shots, but it's definitely fogged and overexposing by a full stop didn't help as much as I would-have liked.