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 No.280162

Do wizards have a conscious “balance” that they try to achieve from day to day? Or maybe a schedule? For me, I like to spread various activities throughout every day. I like to spend time using the internet, time playing games, time watching documentaries, and time studying my various things I’m interested in. I also have a schedule that I follow loosely that contains lower level things such as laundry, chores, and showering.

I am wondering does this kind of structured life style leads to more happiness in the long run for you, because for me it makes me feel very good to have my tasks lined out for me every day.

 No.280163

I do whatever the fuck I want. When I’m hungry, I eat. If I’m tired, I sleep. When I see a pretty succubus I jerk off. I don’t play by the rules

 No.280164

I try to "balance" my wizardchan posts by including the word "crab" in them a certain number of times. I feel this will dispel any bad chakras and untoward spirits (crabs) which haunt this imageboard.

 No.280168

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>>280164
> my wizardchan posts by including the word "crab"

 No.280225

>>280162
that pic is me. i'm a wizard janitor at a school. only picked the job cuz its brainless work that pays decent i didnt want to work.

 No.280226

>>280225
That is my dream job, how did you get it?

 No.280243

>>280226
by having custodian experience. you could work at walmart as the janitor for a couple years then have experience and apply to a school district.

 No.280246

>>280243
>1951
"Can you breath? Here, assemble cars for a wage that you can comfortably be middle class with."
>2021
"Before we just let you be a janitor, do you have 10 years prior work experience?"

 No.280250

>>280246
that is how its been for me, places want experienced people and I dont know how to get experience, the only time I got replies back were when I lied and said I had experience

 No.280251

>>280250
I've come to learn that people DON'T want experienced people for jobs like that. What they MEAN is, "We already have someone we want to hire, but we have to post a job ad for it to be compliant with labor laws, so we're using 'job experience' as a way to get around that law." 90% of the time when you see an entry level position with 10 years job experience, that's what's going on.

 No.280500

>>280251
Those laws are stupid anyway. It's none of the government's damn business. Just like trying to tell me I have to rent to a section 8 nigger instead of somebody who's probably not going to destroy my property.

 No.280858

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>>280162
I do. I keeps me regular…

 No.280932

>>280858
09 Dec 2021
Percipitation… ugh

 No.282285

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>>280932
Percipitation?

 No.282288

>>282285
Probably misspelled precipitation.

 No.282336

Has anybody else adopted going to bed around 8-9pm and waking up at like 4am and starting your day?
I've taken to doing that lately and would highly recommend it. It's nice waking up before most of the city and going to bed by the time most people are going out.

 No.282337

>>282336
I go to bed at 9pm and wake up 9am.

 No.282339

>>282336
I used to do that but now my meds make me wake up at 7 no matter what so I just go to bed at 11-12

 No.283790

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My day runs like clockwork on weekdays, and on weekends I just tend to relax without any specific schedule, but I do have goals in mind (eg work on my website, play a certain game etc).
I find a lot of comfort in the stability of a structured day where I know what to expect. Here's what my day looks like:
5:00-5:30 - prepare for work
5:30-6:30 - commute
6:30-15:00 - work
15:00-16:00 - commute
16:00-17:00 - make some food, shower, shit, make a coffee
17:00-21:30 - relax at my desk
I do pretty much everything at established times. Sleeping on a schedule and waking/sleeping at the same times is absolutely fundamental to my feeling of wellbeing

 No.287742

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>>283790
What work starts that early? Are you a barista in a cafe?

 No.287747

>>287742
mailman

 No.287793

>>283790
As it should be

 No.287795

>>283790
I should try to sleep early too, maybe that could help get rid of the intrusive thoughts.

 No.287808

>>280162
I am a sperg/Neet

so i wake up at 3am.
brush teeth wash face takes 7 mins
read for 1 hour
scrool on social for 40 mins
make breakfast/eat/ clean up
brush teeth
lift 2 hours
eat
scrool 2 hours
run
shower
garden and other bs
eat
scrool
log my activities.
contemplate suicide
sleep

 No.287811

>>287808
>scrool on social
What does that even mean?

>scrool

What?

Anyway, for myself, I've struggled a lot in the past to keep a schedule. There was a time when I was really into the idea of having a very rigid schedule that I'd follow to the letter, but I've given up on that due to my messed up sleeping. I tend to stay awake for some 18-20 hours before feeling sleepy or tired, so I can't even be a night owl consistently, which would be my ideal schedule.

That's also been the case when I've been a student and had to get up at a consistent hour Mon-Fri and walk from here to there through the scorching hot and bright Mexican sun, so telling me to go exercise outside and get some sun isn't gonna help. 'Sides, I've fucking hated the sun since I've been a kid. Not having to deal with the sun is one of the best benefits of having gone full NEET hiki.

 No.287840

>>287811
Not that wizard
Scrool = scrolling

 No.287854

>>287811
Yep scroll it's a play on the coomer who all he does is is coom but in my case all i do is scrool.

As for a schedule i think prioritising and doing less is more start small then gradually increase week to week going from 0 to 100 is just not practical

 No.287856

>>287808
>scrool on social
Social huh?

 No.288095

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I always make time for anime & games

 No.288561

Every day I wake up right before sunset. I shower, eat, and go to the library to work on my programming and projects. I go home. I eat again, and watch some k-pop succubi or play games until the sun is about to rise. When I need groceries I will do that before bed. Living on a reversed schedule is quiet and comfortable to autists.

>>282336
I want to do this again, but I find being awake during normie hours overwhelming. The morning dew and chill is amazing, though. You feel brand new.

 No.288562

I wake up. Then I go back to sleep.

 No.288564

A good day for me is learning, going outside, doing chores, etc. Sadly, I'll do something crazy one day, get burnt out the next, then recover the third day, and still not do anything. Also if I stay inside too long or wake up too late, I end up getting sad and my schedule gets screwed up. Otherwise, I have little of a schedule since it mortifies me to do new things. Lovely life, 10/10 don't wanna kill myself.

 No.288645

>>288644
I'd eat the fuck out of that chicken

 No.288726

>>288658

 No.288729

>>288658
It's American slang phrase that usually acts as a modifying adverb indicating that one would love to do something. In this case, "I'd eat the fuck out of that chicken" means something like, "I would really really really (etc.) really really like to eat that chicken." Or, I'd play the fuck out of Ico if I had it" means, "I would really really really (etc.) really really like to play Ico." It's an allusion to "doing something so much that you drain even the concept of 'fuck' out of something,' or in short "the fuck out of."

 No.288747

>>288731
To be fair, it's not just yanks.

 No.288762

>>288658
do you not consume american/international media? i find it hard to believe you've never encountered the phrase [X the shit/fuck/hell out of Y]. even if your sole exposure to other english is from imageboards, i know for a fact you brits use the hell variant

 No.288770

>>288731
It's stupid nigger culture always being shoved down our throats. Americans speak ebonics more than English now.

 No.288808

>>288803

 No.288868

>>288809
Just a little bit of fun shitposting.

 No.288870

>>288808
holy shit that was lame

 No.288899

>>288871
There is no explanation. Either you get it, or you don't. You ever been stung by a dead bee?

 No.288938

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>>288770
>ebonics
Saying "I'd eat the fuck out of that chicken" isn't Ebonics. Ebonics is "She BIN had dat han’-made dress". I didn't make this up either. First result for examples of Ebonics.

 No.288941

>>288938
mup fo dat bit sho fu sum shup nood an

 No.288953

>>288938
I remember around 2016, if we typed "ooga booga wooga bix nood" in to Google Translate Auto-Detect Language it would return something like "Let us kill the witch"



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