After taking the holiday week off, Janet of The Art of Getting By is back with another TITMT. She also said that she needs our help! She is running out of good questions to post every week. She has been quite generous with her fantastic series that has given us numerous opportunities to think, share, and discuss. It’s time to pay her back. If you can think of a good question, email her with it. Please don’t just put it in the comments as that would ruin the surprise for the rest of us. Thanks.
On to this week’s question:
What are a few of your hardest habits to break?
I’ll start with the hardest for me to break: my addiction to video/computer games. They are, by far, what I spend the largest chunk of my free time on. I can’t help it, I love them. But my addiction prevents me from exploring and developing my other hobbies. I suppose one could ask what the big deal is. That habit doesn’t cause any problems and I enjoy it, so what’s the harm? I suppose it’s that it sometimes feels like a time waster and not ‘productive’. Then again, I also feel that too much emphasis is put on being productive in American culture. The real issue for me may be that I feel that I’m missing out on variety. I could explore that further, but I’m about to level in Oblivion right now, so I’ll do that latter…