“Life is 10% what happens to you and 90% how you react to it.”
Charles R. Swindoll
When someone gets on your final nerve and you are about to punch them in the face. Stop, take a breath and consider how you respond at this precise moment will dictate what happens to you. Surround yourself with friendlies and folks you can actually talk to or complain to. Never respond with core brutal action.
Anyhow, I avoided a meltdown in the workspace and life goes on.
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For todays gamers deleting their account with 200+ gaming
hours would leading to massive outrage.
Maybe, this is why Facebook is no longer supported on PSN…this
will make it a bit harder to profile gamers.
For the life of me, I cannot seem to face awkward conflicts, maybe it’s the stealth in me. AAA game titles have the biggest mouth and marketing budgets so it is pretty tricky to avoid. Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Breakpoint is released on Friday and the early release games are streaming all over the place.
Having watch around 2 hours of expert game-play, reviews and comments on the Pay-Wall I’ve decided to hang back especially with Death Stranding being released next month. I simply would have time to play BreakPoint alongside Episode 2 – Pentagon from Division 2. Pity my clinical decision-making skills don’t always get pulled into my affairs of the heart.
Whenever I focus on this category things work out well, you
need a certain level of resilience to focus on non-urgent things in this era of
notification and alert overload. Pack an
emergency “go-bag” is never urgent but deadly important in a crisis. So, it’s time for me to re-focus on non-urgent
clamorous that will pay off in the long run.
Our “friends” at EasyJet closed the loophole of phoning the call centre to book luggage on 1 leg of a return flight so I’ll only be booking one-way flights from now on the greedy mothers. On the plus side I was able to do a admincost free flight change as I’m apparently a loyalty member, oddly enough you cannot use any of the benefits online but must call and wait your turn for a human being.
Well, play time is nearly over with the meteorological Autumn well in season. Time to consider winter coats and long sleeve shirts. Apparently, it will be easier to get loot and gear in Division 2 after the next update. This will be perfect for me to immerse myself outside real life.
The real-life grind ahead of me for the next few months will
be at “challenging level” and I’ll need to pull on the talents of those around