Wow . . . you are still writing that fic. I left at the part where Naruto and Sakura had a fallout and went their separate ways.
I'm still amazed that you people could still continue the Boruto anime.
I'm a writer, among other things. So I write.
If you're a doctor, you doctor. If you're a ninja, you ninja. Come back in 10 years, I'll still be writing. I've got two other stories in two other genres going at the same time. And I think that's the norm for most writers I've encountered. From the beginning/fanfic ones to the serious/career ones. Not all stories get finished, but you keep on writing them.
Thankfully, writing is not my profession. So I can write as long or as schmaltzy or as violent or as terrible as I want and not worry about trying to make money off it. Just a good enough story that people, including myself, will want to read. And I love that people still read it and are still really into Naruto. I'm committed to finishing, but having readers out there asking me to is a BIG push as well. (Before anything else, I'm a reader, so I know how much it sucks to have an unfinished story.)
Another crazy thing...although it's certainly not as big as it once was, the Naruto fandom is still going strong. And not just for the ships that didn't get fulfilled. I wonder if it's because Boruto is still going on? It means Naruto is still a relevant/ongoing character, just not the way he used to be in the manga. Same for the other characters.
Confession: So I watched Boruto, and....it wasn't bad. The characters were likable, and it was pretty well animated. The episode I watched was way better than some of the Naruto filler ones. Surprising.
Lastly, eventually Voice in the Wind will become its own original fic. So I see this as one big rough draft that's just open to the public. So yeah, still writing.