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One strategy I am trying is to wake up early. If I get out of bed at 4am I get a few hours to do stuff before work. The problem is that I get sleepy by 10pm, so I probably am not increasing my net gaming time.
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Yeah that’s my strategy as well, get up a little early to play maybe an hour of games before the day starts.
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Same except I only play during the weekend.
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Don’t have kids. Voila, gaming! Loads of free time. I usually leave it to the weekend then I have two full days to do whatever I want.
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Lol I don’t have kids, but I still have so little time. Weekends are pretty busy for me. However, I’m glad to hear you have time. 🙂
I know a lot of people who go home from work and stick the TV on; I often do that too but more often with games than with tv shows. Also, Sunday morning pancake breakfast plus gaming has become a tradition in my house!
Pancakes and video games? Yes, sign me up, please! Lol it sounds like the name of a blog.
I go to work early so I get home early and everyday I’ve got at least a hour of gaming.
Nice! Sounds like a good plan.
Being single helps.
But seriously, I actually schedule time in. I get up early so I can write in the mornings, and then I can unwind with a game before I go to bed. It *usually* works! haha
This sounds like a good idea. I’ve been waking up earlier than usual these days and could probably squeeze in some writing then. Hmmmm I might start that tomorrow.
Being a single billionaire surely helps (I can’t understand why rich people waste their time for cocaine orgies or golf when they could be playing all the time).
In my case, I just don’t watch almost any films or TV shows, unless I find them really interesting (please someone make a vidya adaptation of Narcos). This mean that I can spend more of my free time with games, the only problem is that I really love books and can’t give them up.
I know what you mean. Don’t give up books! I’m always trying to balance books, life and games.
I usually play in bed when my wife’s asleep, but that’s mostly with handheld systems like the Switch. Sometimes though, when I got no current responsibilities to uphold, I’ll pop on a console and play while she does her own thing while sitting beside me (watching YouTube, reading, etc.).
Cool. I’m glad to hear that there’s still time to play when one gets married.
I’m always so tired after work and then when I come home, I still have household chores so it makes it kind of tricky… but I try to at least make a little bit of time every day to play something, even if it’s just for a few minutes before bed. Typically on the weekends I have a little more time, so I’ll try to play a game that requires a little more of my focus then 🙂 I miss the days of being a kid and having hours on end to devote to games…
Sounds a lot like me. I know what you mean about missing the old days. 🙂
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