tenshinoakuma: (sugar and spice ☆)
I am tanked on hot chocolate and coffee despite not usually drinking either, and it took me about 1.5 hours to get home, which gave me plenty of time to think. I guess it doesn't really help that I was reading a health thing that basically says I need to exercise more (the rest of the stuff I already do so...), which is totally true.

So I was thinking.

I've always said that one of my horrendous weaknesses is that I'm really bad at organising my time in real life. I take a lot longer to do things that shouldn't take very long at all because I spend a lot of time putzing around and being generally inefficient about what I do. (Of course this post itself is a little ironic because I'm doing this instead of going out and doing the things I need to do...)

But anyone who's seen me play turn based JRPGs knows I am damn good at what I do, and I take minimal time to complete these games with minimal grinding. Basically, I'm really efficient at turn based RPGs! So... why shouldn't I apply the same efficiency I put into video games into my real life? There's no reason not to. A lot of the same principles apply. Planning ahead, doing things early for greater payback later, reshuffling plans if something comes up... this is something I live and breathe in video games.

Come on, me. Let's put all those hours I sunk into video games and apply them to life.


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March 2016



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