It was trawling about the Internet with no purpose and not accomplishing anything at all.
But now that I don't have to English at school anymore with that Ganon of a teacher - I CAN READ AGAIN No more pointlessly long 19th century literature about absolutely nothing, yipee! I am currently reading the Earthsea series by Ursula le Guin.
When I'm not on the computer, (and you can tell when I'm not because I'll be offline), I am either
-Playing Video games
-Hanging out with friends
-or helping my dad with renovations
I don't really do anything more often than the rest, I do a lot of stuff. I play games, I go to the gym, I work, walk my doggies, have nights out with friends, and lounge around the house doing nothing in my pyjamas. My routine's a bit messed up right now because of no work and it's gotten me a bit lazy, but, yeah, good variety of stuff! I go out with friends more than play games, but the no work and the sunshine's really made me a bit lackadaisical.
Most of my time in College was spent me all day in College, home and sleep because I after college and I was sleepy as well as stressed, then I'd probably get some work done (however that was rare). I'd try and do stuff in the week but things would just get consumed by College and work. This got worse when I got a job, I basically had no free time.
On a Friday I'd usually go hangout with friends or look for a random birthday party to go to, Friday's are usually boring because everyone goes out on a Saturday. On Saturday I'd usually go for a morning jog then I'd practise golf. Then around midnight I'd go out with friends. Bad thing about going out though is that it can be come expensive and it can be slightly unhealthy on the ol' liver. After a while though got rather bored of doing the same thing, plus my friends are ***** and are they got into many problems and to be honest I rarely go out anymore for that reason, than and the fact that I have Golf Tournaments most Sunday mornings so I can't have a hangover. So a Sunday usually consists of me getting up at stupid O'clock and playing in a Golf Tournament. Then I'll probably just relax for the rest of the day.
Now I'm off though and I have no more college so I have too much free time. At the moment I'm still laying back after a tough 6 months of hard work, which is nice. What I mainly do though, is train for summer tournaments (Golf), that means a strict diet and workout routine. I usually do most of my leisure activities in the morning and then I have the rest of the day free. Past few days I've been hanging out with friends down the beach because the weather has been great but I doubt that'll last :/ Obviously I do the standard things as well, including watching TV, watching a movie, YouTube-ing, Sunbathing (summer), Interneting, listening to music or just general relaxing.
So yeah when I was in College I was mainly tired and stressed in the week and I'd usually go out on the weekends and play sports as well as other causal things. Now that I'm off I can do a lot more stuff and I probably have too much free time, but I am getting a job as a personal trainer too keep me occupied until University starts. So in a nutshell I like to play sports, socialise, listen to music, Interneting, watch TV or just general relaxing. I would say "play games" but I hardly play games enough to say it's what I do most often.
In a day, I'll be in the Internet. I'm not exactly a person who's productive. I'll always be in the internet and I never do something else. But I do draw, play the piano and play games. I'll always do those activities in a day.
My day-to-day existence consists of eating, sleeping, going to the bathroom. In other words, not very much at all. Well, except for:
Browsing the Internet, of which the majority of that time is spent on DGN and watching anime
School during the autumn and winter months
Er...well, that's just about it...
While I have not had "a life" (friends, socializing, going out, etc.) in years, I seem to have "lost myself" somewhere along the way. A few years ago, the pathetic list shown above would have been significantly longer. Drawing, playing videogames, watching television, working out, and reading are all things that I used to literally spend hours upon hours doing. It's as if these things defined my existence, and it literally scares me to know that I barely do any of that stuff anymore. I often think "What will I give up next? Anime?" Sometimes I feel like an empty shell of my former self or something. How melancholic.
1) Sit on my computer (where I read, watch stuff, play games, browse forums and social media)
2) Read (mostly fanfiction on my Kindle, sometimes books as well) / Watch television (mostly TV-shows, but some programmes as well)
3) Take walks (not always just for the purpose of exercise, tho, I do tend to visit stores on my walks)
4) Play table top games (I have my weekly table top group where I do this and from time to time I talk my flatmates into joining me as well)
5) Play video games (the reason this one comes last is because I do my gaming in periods, I will spend a week or two and do mostly gaming and then I can spend a couple of months barely playing games at all - unless we count Catan online and Ticket to Ride on my ipod...)