They say that it takes just 21 days to form (or lose) a habit. It's #NoNothingNovember - that month that you give up 3 vices for an entire month.
I had an i9 and a 3080, probably could have made some decent passive income from it.
When I decided to stop gaming, I simply gave away my xbox, genesis, and NES to the Salvation Army. Then I bought a new HD for my computer, popped it in, bagged my old one, and installed a Linux distro OS. It was less of a headache on my end, but it's good to read that your actions are reaping you rewards. Keep at it.
@TiberiusBravo87 I never even considered rigging it for mining. I am unsure how profitable it would have been, however, I'm currently using this MacBook which I am using for my business (I think it will be far more profitable than BTC or ETH mining).
I had two debilitating addictions:
- Video Games
Sold my gaming PC and used that money to buy a MacBook a few weeks ago. Haven't played any video games since.
Haven't jerked off for about 3-4 weeks ago also. Don't even get the urge anymore. Strange how such a big addiction can just go away like that...
Figured out how F'ed up my life is. Currently moving out, sold a bunch of crap that I don't need, met with some people and we're now setting up a business. This shit works guys.
@IBelieveInTheFallen Salt and nitrates can be bad for you if you keep doing that long-term. Best thing to do is buy an actual turkey breast, coat it with seasonings (recipes for cajun turkey etc. all over online) and bake it yourself. Slice as you want, you can go lower sodium and turn sandwiches into a healthy meal. Bread is whatever, the lower calorie breads merely have bigger air pockets in them. Bread is bread no matter how you slice it so just choose what you want. There are some healthy options but eh, still lots of carbs, try to go for more cheese and meat on a tall sandwich then cut that in half for the size meal you want instead of using the bread as your base measurement.