I have never stopped snapping photos. For me, photography is a way to clear my mind and get creative. There are times when I don't want to leave the house, probably because of fatigue. I think it depends on what targets you've set for yourself and the reason for pursuing photography.
My motivation is knowing that the work I'm doing will help other people. My work is primarily focused on launching a YouTube channel that will teach children all about cooking. Even on days when I don't feel like writing scripts or testing recipes, I'm motivated because I know what I'm doing will be a good and helpful thing for lots of people!
It depends on what you want to achieve in photography. If you are pursuing it as a hobby, it may not mean much when you don't feel like taking photos. When you pursue it as a business, you cannot afford to be comfortable when you can't get out of bed.
I always get inspired and motivated when I am editing. I just zone out and forget about the world around me. Having said that, I also get those days when I don't feel like doing anything. I think it's quite normal.