It’s been a long time since I’ve updated this blog of mine. Probably because I’ve been making myself too busy or I’m playing video games too much.
This is why it’s bad to play video games, kids. And I really should cut down my playing times. The problem with me is that sometimes when I play games for more than an hour, I tend to see all the remaining hours on that day as a waste, as I always got deterred to do other things. The only way I recover from that deterrence is using the ‘reset’ tactic- which is wait for the next day to come by sleeping and hoping that the next day I will not only play games. The sleeping feels like redemption.
That tactic failed sometimes, like today. I was suppose to work on a new post for this blog but I turned out to play games. I’m not going to do the ‘reset’ tactic again because it proofed itself ineffective (although in some cases it’s the only way for me). Instead, I want to make all my hours I have useful. The ‘reset’ now is every second excluding sleeping. I want to re-quote the famous quote by Mark Twain-“Never put off till tomorrow what may be done day after tomorrow just as well.”