|Caldo||Sep 21, 2006|
|Mal62884||Nov 5, 2009|
Balance is the key. Using all of your free moments to game would be a mistake. There is way more out there than just games to take in. I for one don't want to miss out on life because I was hauled up in my computer room playing games for 10 years. lol Gaming is great, but not as a lifestyle in itself.
So here are 2 enthusiastic thumbs up to all those multitaskers out there!!! : P
Or at least figure out how the heck to balance the desire to play viedo games and still maintain work and faily life. It is a challenge but it can be done. I attempt to do it, every once in a while I have had it pointed out that I am on my computer to much and then I take a break away from it for a week or so. Right now I am in the process of learning a new job having changed positions at work,
Yup, thats right, everyone shoul join this Camp, just because no1 can become a Full time gamer, we all have social lives. Its like some WoW players, they are not even seen for days in they're jobs, You know, that's worst than drugs...
i started this camp as an experiment to see how the whole camp thing worked and i was amazed that ppl would actually join up to a camp that has basically no ppl or anything.
thx for showing me that im not the only one that thinks we should keep things in persective and enjoy our REAL lives.....
So, im da new guy here, iv been a member 4 like a week, and i think this whole idea is awsome(website and this camp..) So, how long hav u guys been members 4??
Hay it is this site that is keeping it real look at the grate people from all over the world that we have made friends with people that we never would have met if not for this site.like I like to say one world some day.No more of the stero tiping just people who are real.That is just the way it sould be and will be some day.Just people being them selfs.