Playing Tanki Online for sure is a big time-waster. Eating as a cure to boredom is another bad habit. Instead of doing anything challenging for an extended period of time like I intend to (practice piano, build fantasy terrain, draw or paint, read books I never got around to) I tend to default to what is easy (play Tanki Online, browse internet, watch videos, eat, drink wine, smoke a cigar). My only truly good habit is that I ride my bike consistently for cardio (12 + miles per day average).
Post by geneweigel on Jul 14, 2020 11:14:02 GMT -5
I can't get into the ongoing feed-in game. I tried a Godzilla phone game last year and it was endless tapping the screen for random results and then the fatigue and buy this for more "whatever" gems.
The kids and Dorothy are the TV wardens where if I put something on they say "But I was going to watch that with you" endlessly repeating. I have as yet to get these kids to watch anything classic. Dorothy got them to watch THE SHINING. I've been trying to get these Jap-friendly kids to watch Mifune but it just won't happen. My oldest has a friend who is a film maven and she watches old films on that schedule.
I don't do art for anything anymore except the D&D shit. Maybe after I move and I have a real space. Right now my space is a cat vomit hell in the basement which is why the D&D work has slowed down to a crawl.
The only phone games I play are Wordscapes, Woody Puzzle and Bubble Pop. I never really get into the phone games as much. I used to play Angry Birds, and before that the Brick Breaker game that came with the Blackberry. An expensive 'game' I used to play was day trading options on my phone with the eTrade app! Very exciting, but had to give it up. It was too addictive and it was interfering with my work. Plus, the wins are thrilling but I couldn't stomach the losses.