July 19, 2010

Finding time

Filed under: gaming — anteolsson @ 10:37
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I would like to know how you other gamers and game creators use your time in the sphere of gaming.

I have just started to work again and I can find no time to work on this project. So I wonder how everyone else who play games that require others to play with, arrange their “free” time in order to work and play with your games?

Please reply in the comments if you read this.



  1. We game sunday nights, that usually is free unless someone is out of town or has odd hour jobs, we still ahve free time for family with this schedule.

    As for game prep, we don’t usually play every single weekend, but if we did we would have a second game that was more casually run, with a different GM, simply ask for more prep time for the next session and ask that person to get the next week game session.

    As for game related projects other than those, I try to set objectives for myself and work toward those every week, plus I try to use small time windows on them like a 15 minute wait before leaving for work or before going out for some other commitment. Think small, work small, progress big.

    Comment by Nifelhein — July 19, 2010 @ 14:18 | Reply

    • Thanks for the comment. It is a good thought you have there: Think small, work small, progress big. I will try to think like this and see if it works.

      I usually need to get in to it more heavy to enjoy it but maybe I can practice on this.

      Thanks again!

      Comment by anteolsson — July 19, 2010 @ 14:56 | Reply

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