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What are your 2012 New Years Resolutions going to be?

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Tagged games:

  • Stop replaying Skyward Sword
  • Get a social life
  • Play less games (under 3 hours a day)
  • Do more revision for school


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starbruin said:
Level1Death said:
Mine has always been to never make a resolution. My success rate is 100% if you wanted to know.

Isn't that a resolution in itself?? O.o;

I guess mine would be to

  • play more games (since I have so many that I don't play)
  • Finally get out of debt! (I was close to 40k in debt at some point this past year but I've gotten it down to under 10k)


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Nothing whatsoever. I'm currently satisfied the way my life is going, and if I happen upon any source of dissatisfaction, I'll address the issue post-haste.



Start driving.

Start saving for a good Holiday.

Play the Zelda games in Chronological order.



I guess my new years resolution is the same as every year.

To be able to play videogames for 4 days straight without taking any breaks whatsoever. That means I'll have to pull out my trusty toilet chair, get a new catheter bag (old one finally broke) and hire someone to feed me and change the toilet chair/catheter bag once a day. Also I'll need to hire some friends because long videogame sessions are never fun without them.

This time I will succeed!



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spurgeonryan said:
starbruin said:
Level1Death said:
Mine has always been to never make a resolution. My success rate is 100% if you wanted to know.

Isn't that a resolution in itself?? O.o;

I guess mine would be to

  • play more games (since I have so many that I don't play)
  • Finally get out of debt! (I was close to 40k in debt at some point this past year but I've gotten it down to under 10k)


Being a ...the job you are, not sure if you want it public... you should be on your way!

I don't roll in the money :P, the best thing about my job is the two months off in the summer, but its basically unpaid. But I do beleive I will reach my goal this year, just have to cut back on spending a bit. I'll be on a budget in january, so if I wanna bunker down I need to buy a lot of games this last week of the year. That's why my #1 goal will help me to get my #2 goal, as I can finally play all my old games and not spend more money!
 



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starbruin said:
spurgeonryan said:
starbruin said:
Level1Death said:
Mine has always been to never make a resolution. My success rate is 100% if you wanted to know.

Isn't that a resolution in itself?? O.o;

I guess mine would be to

  • play more games (since I have so many that I don't play)
  • Finally get out of debt! (I was close to 40k in debt at some point this past year but I've gotten it down to under 10k)


Being a ...the job you are, not sure if you want it public... you should be on your way!

I don't roll in the money :P, the best thing about my job is the two months off in the summer, but its basically unpaid. But I do beleive I will reach my goal this year, just have to cut back on spending a bit. I'll be on a budget in january, so if I wanna bunker down I need to buy a lot of games this last week of the year. That's why my #1 goal will help me to get my #2 goal, as I can finally play all my old games and not spend more money!
 

You need to become a community college professor then! They make a lot of money in Washington State!



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spurgeonryan said:

You need to become a community college professor then! They make a lot of money in Washington State!


I also need to go back for a Master's which would only plunge me further in debt, unforunately...A friend works as a community college professor so she has mentioned that but I've been hesitant.



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starbruin said:
spurgeonryan said:
 

You need to become a community college professor then! They make a lot of money in Washington State!


I also need to go back for a Master's which would only plunge me further in debt, unforunately...A friend works as a community college professor so she has mentioned that but I've been hesitant.

Yeah not sure if I will finish mine, running out of funds for it, and what I want to spend.



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spurgeonryan said:
starbruin said:
spurgeonryan said:
 

You need to become a community college professor then! They make a lot of money in Washington State!


I also need to go back for a Master's which would only plunge me further in debt, unforunately...A friend works as a community college professor so she has mentioned that but I've been hesitant.

Yeah not sure if I will finish mine, running out of funds for it, and what I want to spend.

I hear ya! My sis-in-law owes like 100k from getting her Master's @ Michigan so definitely don't wanna be in that situation ~_~



“When I was 5 years old, my mom always told me that happiness was the key to life. When I went to school, they asked me what I wanted to be when I grew up. I wrote down “happy.” They told me I didn’t understand the assignment and I told them they didn’t understand life." - author unknown