On a slow day, when there seems to be nothing to do at all, what do you do?
Play around on the Internet, write a few Hubs, read a book, cook a nice meal, paint a room, do some sport, go swimming ... I can always think of something to do. And if I really don't want to do anything, I just do what Lyndre says; nothing.
I don't like wasting my time so I go internet read something interesting, do research, or sometime with my wife and my two little daughters.
Well, I think it would the best time to just go with the flow...just do nothing, lay on couch with your pajamas on, yawn 100 times, count your inhales and exhales, water and talk to the plants, seize the moment. ^_^
Everyday has been a plain running-rushing-tiring eyes-on-the-computer routine for me, so in times when the job of nothingness calls,...obey!..hihihi
Take a walk, listen to the birds, look at the trees and flowers and enjoy your walk with some popcorn to spice it up... that my way of doing things.
I usually write or draw, but I will sometimes play old Nintendo video games like Legend of Zelda or Castlevania.
by Brian 5 years ago
I am trying to find a decent high speed internet service in my area. It seems that the only ones that offer service where I am located, sell internet by the gigabyte, and not by monthly use. I'm just curious about how a person would know how many gigabytes of internet they are using in a month....
by JRK 7 years ago
I have a new Hub, seems reasonably successful to me,nothing to measure my success!Are there any snags to making money?Most energy seems to be directed towards the USA. I am in the UK!Amazon, Ebay, and Google are international companies do they allow the UK Hubbers to be involved?
by Eric Mikols 6 years ago
Do you still replay old NES games?I was just wondering if anyone still replays the old Nintendo games today? We all have our favorites, but are still booting up a game of Castlevania or Mega Man II?
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