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  1. Thank you @JPAO!
  2. rainbath


    Good stuff katsudo! I am cheering you on. I’m able to learn from your journaling and others.
  3. February 5th, 2019 Journal entry: #1 Days without games: 1 Consecutive days: 1 This’ll be my only journal without a template because it’s easier to do these on PC’s in my opinion. Today was a pretty good day, went to school, stayed after for track practice as we do daily until 5 PM. Having to come home tired after track can be an annoyance if you have to read or do any important work. I still a couple things I need to get done at home: 1. Read 2. Organize bathroom 3. Clean room a bit 4. Pick my classes for next year I haven’t played games today, but it’s hard to play games on weekdays since I have school and track to deal with before I even get home to do homework. I’ll see how it goes for the rest of the week. I don’t think I’m addicted, I just don’t have any hobbies to replace gaming with, and I haven’t been constructive at all with my time usage. My goal for tomorrow is to wake up a little bit earlier so I can do something productive or something for a good morning routine. To continue to do productive tasks and find things I enjoy doing.
  4. Hi, I'm Aidan I am a freshman in high school, currently doing track and involved in the MCJROTC program offered. I have realized that playing games the way I do is not going to make me a better person. I rarely do anything constructive with my time and I know it's an issue. I had an account on here before but I decided to make a fresh one. These games I play will not get me the things I so desire in my life. So I either quit completely, or I make a limit my time with anything related to gaming, I should only play after I've gotten all of my tasks done for the day, but I can always do something else... so, quitting is the best bet. I am going to start selling off things I have for games. This is more than just quitting games to me, it's also about becoming a man and leading a productive lifestyle. I just need to find things that I enjoy doing and start doing them even if I may not feel like it. I'll have to fight off distractions from basically anything. I have to work with what I have for what I want and build off of it. Waking up earlier in the morning is probably one of my best options, so I could start off my day in a positive way, but waking up early is something I struggle with, but I have to discipline myself eventually. I am going to start doing journalling at the end of my days, it'll be something to look forward to. I will be physically writing them before I type them up on here, seems like it'd help clear my mind more. I know I have things to do instead of playing games, but I haven't cared enough to take responsibility or to feel bored from the things I have to do. It's time for my ascension, fellas. Aidan (rainbath)
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    I completely agree with you. Today, mainly everything ever created is to only benefit the creators, as everything we consume is killing us while it may seem like we enjoy the things we do.
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