/r9k/ - robot9000


New Reply
Files Max 5 files32MB total
Captcha*Select the solid/filled icons
[New Reply]


[Hide] (35KB, 1920x1159)
How do I get rid of this feeling where I have lots of things to do (drawing, programming, ect..) but not wanting to do them? I feel bored even though I DEFINITELY have many things to do.
Replies: >>2657 >>4132 >>4208
>>2656 (OP) 
You do them. You don't enjoy them now because it's work, and if you're anything like me you are you've become addicted to novelty from the internet. Work stops being novel quickly when you're learning fundamentals. Once you become good enough to competently experiment it will become novel again.
Work is work, there's no getting around it.
Replies: >>2658
Thanks for the advice, anon. I'll do that
treat it like a game and constantly try to challenge yourself. but there's also nothing wrong with taking breaks. i generally think people should have primary and secondary hobbies, one which they are passionate about and keep in private, and one which they do for fun and for a greater community. i'm not sure if that makes sense, i'm still trying to figure out my own hobbies as well.
>>2656 (OP) 
do smaller projects that you can finish in one sitting, that will teach you how much you are capable off, thus increasing your ambition leading to actually finish what you started, get inspired as much as you can that will force you to do shit
>>2656 (OP) 
i would suggest quitting the internet for a bit so that you get bored, you will probably go outside or actually work to complete the things you like to do if that makes sense. the internet is nice to look things up, download the ocasianal peice of media and make a little image board every now and then but you really should not use it everyday, atleast that is what i have been doing. im pretty sure i make sense     ,,/(>x<)/""    (dancing cat)
Replies: >>4209
>make a little imageboard post
[New Reply]
6 replies | 1 file
Show Post Actions



Select the solid/filled icons
- news - rules - faq -
jschan 1.4.1