The website problem is different for each photographer. For some, it is an up-to-date record/advertisemnt of what they do, where they are allowed to put up their feet and with whom they can sometimes go to bed. For others, such as moi, it's more of a sentimental journey back to happier times. That's why, for example, I started the Biscuit Tin section, which hasn't much to do with paid work at all, but is intended as a repository for new, self-motivated photography. Were I starting to design the content again, now, I would perhaps put it all into slightly different folders, but I'm not going to do that, believe me - I'm not fast at these things anyway, and perhaps it's nice to be different.
But that brings us to the thing that John mentioned: themes. I thought I'd be doing something like that when Biscuit was in my mind; in the event, I realise that themes are part (for me) of professional life; that without that drive towards a target, I can't motivate very well, if at all. I have set up such an experiment and await response from commerce. With business interest, I would pull out all the stops to pull it off; without it, I'd probably just end up having a holiday and thinking myself better off at home.
Perhaps that's a problem associated with pro snappers; amateurs only ever need please themselves. Which, unfortunately, makes me wonder if I am not now living the sin you mentioned: being in love with photography rather than with making images. I doubt it, otherwise where would the urge to become a photographer have taken root? But still, no commission does seem to correlate with no pictures, either.