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official_g0dd

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About official_g0dd

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  1. official_g0dd

    official_g0dd's 90 Days to Freedom

    It's going good! I'm awful at Daily Journals because I'm super busy right now but Day 27/90! Still going strong! Finally starting to utilize that extra free time for stuff I've been wanting to do but haven't had time for previously :)
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    official_g0dd's 90 Days to Freedom

    Day 11/90 I've been really busy so lack of updates but still going strong and video game free, I've been able to be a lot more productive with the stuff I need to get done and I'm planning to start going to the gym on a regular basis very soon. I've found that unsubscribing from most gaming related content on Youtube and Reddit has helped a lot. I'll be back for more updates soon :)
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    official_g0dd's 90 Days to Freedom

    Well here I am, Day 2/90. Feeling good so far and not really craving video games at the moment. Biggest challenge now is to find new habits to replace the old ones. I sat down from work last night and turned on my computer and then realized I didn't really know what to do. I did lock myself out of my Steam account for now by using a random password generator and replacing my current password with that one, to insure I don't reset it I removed my phone number and changed the email to one that requires the same random password I generated. I then used FutureMe to send me two emails with the password, one in 90 days from now and another in 365. If I wanna keep going in 90 days I'm just going to delete that email and carry on. :) Best of luck to everyone! We're all gonna make it on this journey.
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    Hey everyone!

    My name's Branko, I'm 22 years old living in a small town in Alberta, Canada. I decided to give Game Quitters a shot when a couple of days ago I looked at my Steam Profile and saw it said "56 hours in the past 2 weeks" I then realized I could be using that 4 hours a day on learning things I wanted to learn, socializing and other activities I've been neglecting in favour of gaming. I've been gaming for just over a decade now and used to be a lot more addicted than I currently am, my gaming hours would show up as 100+ hours in the past 2 weeks compared to the 40-60 they've been at now. I'm planning on starting University in the fall so I'm wanting to insure I have the ability to manage my time effectively without wasting it all on gaming. I normally don't buy any guides on how to quit stuff but when I saw Cam's dedication and support in helping everyone in his community I realized this wasn't one of those "miracle" scams but a legitimate program so I bought it immediately. I'm looking forward to getting to know all of you and working together on our Game Quitter journey! Best Regards, Branko
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