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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    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 didn't work. Profession, herbing, etc. lol It's all good though Good luck with your weightloss emoticon
    2468 days ago
  • KITTYF54
    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
    2716 days ago
    I like it! Sort of matches something I used to do with neopets and cleaning my house... but I digress. emoticon
    2716 days ago
    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
    2716 days ago
    sounds like a win win to me

    Good luck----
    2716 days ago
  • LEXIE63
    Its great when we can work around what we normally do to get some extra movement in. :-)
    Well done for making these plans!
    Lex xxx
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    2717 days ago
    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 least an hour of cardio a day, plus not so many long-winded posts in other people's blogs. emoticon
    2717 days ago
    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
    2717 days ago
  • SUE5007
    Sounds like a emoticon idea!
    2717 days ago
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