Hey Mercury, I can totally relate here. I went through the same process. Some activities I've found useful on my journey: Reading (non-fiction for intellectual stimulation, fiction before bed to turn off my analytical brain and wind down)WritingMeditationLearning to juggleLearning to cookGoing to social eventsBodyweight exercise/runningDrawingRediscovering music and moviesI have reading list (fiction and non-fiction) and I think I'll dive into that when I'm feeling drained from work. Yeah, just something enjoyable to relax from work ... although I have to admit a lot of things still feel like "work" right now in comparison to gaming. Some exceptions are: lifting, cooking, board games with my roommates, and certain subreddits I follow (non-gaming related). I used to play a lot of basketball and it was something that I really enjoyed... but now I barely have the motivation to start again despite being game-free for a length of time. Any idea if this changes over the next months? I intend to do at least 30 days but I know the 90 day full detox will be significantly more effective. I also used to devour novels as a child/teen, though that's been completely replaced by gaming over the years... will that desire come back over time?