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I find understanding the reason we do things is a lot more helpful than simply trying to change habits. So here is my input.
#2 Most Physicians only care to have a once a year check-up, is there a reason why you want to do it twice a year. Also in regard this most insurance only pay for one a year.
In regard #4, what is the reason? Do you spend more time by having an additional character. Does it hurt other that you're not around. What's the logic in this.
Follow up # 8, I have found VR love different then IRL love you really do need to get to know the folks before forming a serious relationship.
#7 I think you really need to identify what your wants and desires are, do you find money burns a hole in your pocket when you have it? Perhaps then what you really need to do is recognize your spending habits and figure which you can cut back on, or find a more efficient way to do it.
#10 Follow up with actually putting in some with practice, I try to do a Cooks Illustrated recipe a month to understand concepts. Get folks to try out stuff. Check if your work will allow you to use some of their equipment and possibly ingredeients, this will give you a better experience more than just book knowledge and you may also impress the folsk their with your creations.
(As Tria's comment has nothing I'd be embarassed by, unscreening it)
#2: Once for a general check-up, probably, once agian to keep an eye on certain problems and find appropriate medication.
#4: Both more character=More time, and time not focused ont he characters that matter to the most important people. Yes, I'm missed when I'm not around, I hear and feel it often.
#8: Yes, RL and VR are most different. But as I'm in long-distance realtionship again, VR is where I spend time with them. I am cognizant of differences, and focus is trying to make things complimentary and not divisive.
#7: Money doens;t.. the fgift cards for Christmas are, but I've been drastically saving this year. 401(k) has built plenty, debt's clear, and such.. just need to minimize certain activities (comics, eating out, CDs) and focus money towards them. Agreed.
#10. Yeah, I can cook plenty at work in free time, when it's slow. Ayup!