Gaming use to be my only source of anything, I would do it and then sleep. Literally what I'm saying is that now that I've recently decided to quit gaming (was permabanned from the main game I played) I'm facing a massive dilemma and that is what to do with all my free time?
A little about me.
- I have next to no friends.
- I'm bad at sports.
- I never go outside.
- I'm not in any after school activities.
- I don't have any hobbies.
That's about it, any suggestions on what I could do or discover about myself to change myself as a person is apprciated.
Most Helpful Girl
Hehe, i was super addicted to an real time strategy game, was playing all the time. When i quit, i felt lost but my job's very hectic so now it's ok.
- Find a part time job
- Join a sport club (i spend more time in my kickboxing gym now)
- Read? It's nice to sit in a coffee shop and read really
- start writing a journal
I got really bored because even though i filled my time with work, gym and go out with friends, i still had nothing to do before bed, so i read and mix music (i dj a little for fun).
There are a lot of things to do to be honest. Do a list "things to do before 30" and see what might be interesting for you.0
Most Helpful Guy
No friends? Go take an evening class or join a club or some other activity. Or go on Meetup dot com
Bad at sports? Team sports suck, I hate them. There are plenty of sports that you can enjoy just for yourself, like running, cycling, swimming, fishing, weight lifting, rock climbing...
Never go outside? That is easily changed. Go outside.
No after school activities? Change that! There's your clubs and new people to meet right there. It doesn't have to be school related, either.
No hobbies? That's what the clubs and stuff are for. Introduce you to some new stuff, until you find something you enjoy.0