Thank you for sharing your experience. I agree, sometimes you simply have goals that you'd like to reach and while your job may have served you well in the past, it's okay to seek other roles and opportunities in pursuit of something bigger and more suited to you.
Hospitality can be incredibly draining, I understand. My first job was in hospitality, and it really consumes all your energy, and the demands in terms of working weekends and holidays can be quite taxing.
What I would recommend is sitting down with yourself and identifying exactly where it is you'd like to go next, and how you may be able to get there. If there are any pre-requisites, what you would need to do to apply, perhaps even looking into a few potential organisations that could employ you. If you feel comfortable, you could even seek the guidance of a careers counsellor to help you out. You could also try having a chat to people who are already in the industry to get some insight into what your new role might be like, what would be expected of you etc.
From experience, it helps having another job to go straight to when you quit your current one, otherwise there's so much stress that comes with being between jobs.
There are several things that you may be able to do to with your current job to ease you into a different career path. Perhaps, if possible, you could try relaxing your hours and taking on a few less shifts. You could even try rewarding yourself for different achievements within your current role, for example "if I do X a certain number of times, I will reward myself with Y".
I hope this helps, feel free to keep chatting with us some more if you'd like, we're here to support you.
All the best, SB