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How I turned World of Warcraft into a positive.

Tuesday, November 16, 2010


I'm a SAHD, and when I'm not with the family, or doing stuff around the house, You can generally find my butt in front of the computer - playing World of Warcraft. I don't watch much TV. I don't drink, gamble, smoke, or hang out with my buddies. Well, over the 6 years I have been playing, I put on a lot of weight while playing... It's easy to do... just grab some food and some iced tea 2x a night, and before you know it, you're up 50 pounds in 6 years, plus or minus. This is my new idea.
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JUSTMYSELF32 7/23/2011 4:59AM

  Hey,
Lol, never thought I would hear someone say how WoW helps them loose weight. Anyways, it's a great idea and good for you...I tried doing something like that..but um ..it didn't work. Profession, herbing, etc. lol It's all good though Good luck with your weightloss emoticon

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KITTYF54 11/17/2010 7:19PM

    sounds perfect to me, I'm a gaming addict, and a web addict. I've got the carpal tunnel to prove it and here I am, typing instead of doing Wii sports. LOL

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ONEKIDSMOM 11/17/2010 6:34PM

    I like it! Sort of matches something I used to do with neopets and cleaning my house... but I digress. emoticon

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SWEETMAGNOLIA2 11/17/2010 6:16PM

    You sound like a man with a plan! It's emoticon how you can turn a negative (what made you gain weight) into a positive. emoticon

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RAINBOWMF 11/17/2010 4:32PM

    sounds like a win win to me

Good luck----

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LEXIE63 11/16/2010 5:04PM

    Its great when we can work around what we normally do to get some extra movement in. :-)
Well done for making these plans!
Hugs,
Lex xxx
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VAMANOS 11/16/2010 4:53PM

    This caught my eye because in my world, there is NO positive about WOW. It cost my son his long-term relationship when the mother of his 11 and 7 year-old boys found someone new in the chat rooms there and left him. As you can imagine, World of Warcraft is not a phrase I like to hear.

But, being on the computer for hours is also something I do, even if it's in other pursuits. So I was interested when you spelled out your strategy. Maybe I'll set up my Wii Fit and do 15-minutes of cardio each time I read a member blog and comment on it. That should have two benefits...at least an hour of cardio a day, plus not so many long-winded posts in other people's blogs. emoticon

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PLAYBLUES22 11/16/2010 4:37PM

    Sweetie, that was awesome ,have you tried strapping on a pedometer and recording just how many more steps that you are doing it will blow your mind emoticon

Proud of you , for you are using what ever tools that work, to help you on your journey emoticon

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SUE5007 11/16/2010 4:35PM

    Sounds like a emoticon idea!

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