I'm really sorry to hear about your chronic depression. It's great if you are finding some relief.
I obviously don't know your case, though I would just say be very careful. Hallucinogens are not primarily mood enhancers, they are very potent that change the makeup of your nervous system and literally open doors of perception that your physical and energetic nervous system might not be prepared for. Especially if used chronically over time and at breakfast! Every other day sounds like a lot, and hallucinogens especially need to be treated with respect.
I hope somebody more experienced can point you in the right direction. My instinct says if its working for you, so be it, but set yourself a schedule to wean yourself off it as well so that you can use the boost of motivation to build patterns of activity and feeling in your life that will slowly run as patterns in their own right, without needing the chemical boost, that has other types of side effects.
"Tolerance to psilocybin is quickly acquired if trips are taken more often than once a week. If one does acquire tolerance, it can be gone around by either upping the dose or by laying off for a couple of weeks to allow your body to recover its equilibrium. We recommend the latter course even though the toxicity off psilocybin is so low that raising the dose is a valid alternate course." Psilocybin magic mushroom grower's guide by Terence & Dennis Mckenna
The other part of mood is gut health and your microbiological balance. Probiotics, cultured and fermented foods, slow food all help to rebalance your gut and stabilize mood.