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  1. I will! The best time to start is right now
  2. This is my intent, sorry if ththis wasn'wasn't clear I deleted every game on my phone and PC. Thanks for your kind words.
  3. Wow it's been almost a year since i started this journal. A lot of things have happened. For the most part, i didn't quit video games. But i started improving myself in basically every area of my life. I'm eating healthy, going to the gym, i've gotten more confident, etc. For the most part, my gaming is in moderation. It's still too much. The past weekends i've basically been gaming, going out less, and even skipped the gym a few times. I now just realised how it has been affecting me. But for the most part, i've held a gratitude journal, meditated and read 10 pages a day in a personal improvement book. It all started with Cam recommending to read "The Slight Edge". Well now i am ready to tackle this challenge once more. Day 1
  4. Hey Ben! I didn't realise there is a way to permanently teminate my steam account! Will do that ASAP. Sadly the kind of school i'm in doesn't have such possibilities. But i really want to look for some kind of sports to do outside school. Thank you for your words! A relapse is always chance to learn. First of all bro you went 4 months and relapsed one The glass isn't have full the glass is 90% full you did a great a job dude, amazing progress just get right back up. Cam how can someone delete their steam account I spent a ton of money on it and there is also the fear that I could always go back this isn't the first time I have quit gaming then went right back I quit for months at a time then went right back and binged so can you give me advise I'm afraid and I don't think I want to delete it. Yeah i think i should focus more on the things i achieved than i didn't achieve. But i will learn from this relapse. Thank you Koolman.
  5. Fuck. This weekend i fully relapsed. Today i spent all day playing video games. It started a few weeks ago, when i downloaded a simple quiz app to play with my friends in school. From there i played some more games on the web. Yesterday i installed steam, downloaded a game or two and then deleted it again. Today the same thing except i wasted 8 hours of my day. I have deleted any games app from my phone, and tomorrow i will delete steam once again, and will try to make my account even more unbreakable. On for 90 more days!
  6. Day 83 Damn! It's going bad with the challenges. I couldn't get myself to comliment a random girl. Anyways, at least it's going way better with morning habits, general habits etc. I just need to talk myself into doing a workout just after this post. Also, i can share the first artwork thingy, i had to texture an axe, here it is: I really like it and i'm proud of myself lol
  7. Thanks for your input, and your inspiring words. I agree completely about happiness right now being the only thing that matters; in a billion years all your actions will have been forgotten anyways. I'm definitely not living in the present then, since I'm either depressed or anxious basically all the time. Does it count as living in the present even if you are far away in your own fictive universe? Funny that you mention the Slight Edge: I've already read that book twice, haha. But thanks for the recommendation anyways, it truly is excellent Your own fictive universe could be just another way to escape life, if you're truly "living" there. But who am i to judge Well that's great If i may ask, do you apply the slight edge in your life? I think I do. I have a quite a few habits that keep moving my life in a positive direction, but (as said in the book), they tend to feel so small and meaningless that they can't possibly matter, right? But I'll believe that they do, and keep doing them. My biggest slight edge-action would be my writing. Since I want to become an author the single most important thing for me to do is write, and that I do every day. Hence the fictive worlds-part. I'm sure sooner or later they will show their positive effects
  8. Thanks for your input, and your inspiring words. I agree completely about happiness right now being the only thing that matters; in a billion years all your actions will have been forgotten anyways. I'm definitely not living in the present then, since I'm either depressed or anxious basically all the time. Does it count as living in the present even if you are far away in your own fictive universe? Funny that you mention the Slight Edge: I've already read that book twice, haha. But thanks for the recommendation anyways, it truly is excellent Your own fictive universe could be just another way to escape life, if you're truly "living" there. But who am i to judge Well that's great If i may ask, do you apply the slight edge in your life?
  9. @Simon E Yeah i'm wondering how long i can keep doing them By the way, it's the official Game Quitters Challenge That's a good way to look at it. But i was kinda chickening out as the challenge said i should ask strangers till one says yes Yeah it felt so fast! Definitely going to continue the detox
  10. Day 82 I kind of failed today's challenge. I was supposed to ask a stranger for a selfie, and upload it here. Well i went outside, walked along, and waited for the first person that was alone. Then i asked her if i could take a selfie but she declined After that i went home. At least i asked a stranger, that's basically what counts right? Well I'm up to more challenges
  11. Hey Simon, you're right with your thought, we are the result of pure chance. And at one point in time we humans will probably cease to exist, but there's nothing you can do about that. So my choice is to reach something in my life time, and be happy. "If you are depressed you are living in the past. If you're anxious you are living in the future. If you are at peace you are living in the present." -Lao Tzu Also i really recommend you to read "The Slight Edge", it's an excellent book about reaching everything in life you want.
  12. Day 81 When i read today's challenge i thought: Well fuck me. It was the following: Go to a café and when you buy a coffee ask for 10% off, and after that post in the journal how it went. I'm still kinda shy and don't like awkward situations but it actually went pretty good. First i had to drive like half an hour to go to the nearest Starbucks but i like riding my scooter so that was positive anyway. Me: A caramel macchiatio please. Barista: That makes 6,90$. Me: Can i have 10% off? Barista: Ah no, currently not. Me: Okay well then, thanks anyway. So yeah thats how it went, and after that i enjoyed the coffee. I've also been further learning blender, and i can show you something i had to do as an exercise in the program i'm learning with. It's literally nothing interesting at all, it's basically to learn making details in different bodies: Didn't learn much about lighting, rendering etc. lol
  13. @Yellow Haha you're right Thank you so much I like it aswell!
  14. Day 80 Here is my Vision Board, basically how i vision a success future for me: I'm not sure how to scale it lol My morning routine today went wonderful today i'm just pretty tired haha Here are 10 things i'm grateful for: Having a PCHaving PhotoshopHaving an alarm clockHaving the book "The Slight Edge"Having a few habitsHaving a photo cameraHaving internetHaving coffeeHaving shoesHaving clothesBy the way, i recommend everyone to do the 30 Day challenge. It has so much useful information! This was it for today it was kinda short but whatever
  15. The 5am part is the easiest for me because i already do that since a few months. Well except on weekends. Oh man i wish i could sleep that early. Most the tim i sleep betwee 10pm-11pm. I just gotta get more done in the morning haha.
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