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3-12-2011 @ 9:13AM
I work full-time, but I get home around 4:30 so I've got plenty of time for WoW before I have to go to bed. The real trick is balancing time between WoW and whatever writing project I'm working on. Last year, when I was writing a novel, my guild master asked if I got hacked, because I was away from WoW so much. ^_^ Weekends are pretty much split between WoW, other hobbies, hanging out with friends if they're available, and working out.So yeah, no worries about finding time, though I still don't know if I'll be able to fit in raiding when my guild starts that. Hrm.
3-12-2011 @ 9:25AM
I wish I could just drop WoW to write my novel. My novel is in the works, but I simply cannot find any energy to write it, so I turn to WoW instead. The last novel I wrote, I only managed to write because I used a laptop with no internet, and no CD drive. :(
3-12-2011 @ 10:55AM
For me its similar. Between music, writing and homework, I tend to be too lazy to play games.
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