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Old 03-02-2019, 08:29 AM #51
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I was watching Prince of Persia gameplay on youtube. The video game is about marriage, so it's weird and uncomfortable.
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There's some scene in a video game where some lady encounters a random man and goes on some adventure with him. Women don't work like that, unless they want to risk a disease or something. Video games are funny.


I'm more hungry than usual today. I think it's because I did too much physical activity. I usually only aim for 38 minutes of walking. but today, I shoveled snow for 22 minutes. then I took a 49-minute walk between the check-cashing place and post office. Snow shoveling is also considered high-intensity aerobic activity.


I might have to exceed my food budget for today, but at least I know why.
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all the snow has gotten me more active. I shoveled snow for 16 minutes. very good high-intensity aerobic activity.


my diet's been a bit bad though. also I think school's closed because of the snow storm, so mom doesn't have to work today.


yesterday was my sister's birthday.
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I should probably start scheduling my meals to optimize my diet on days when my daily food budget is low. eating most of my food, too early in the day, can make me hungry later on and encourage me to exceed my food budget.
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the other day, I was in some public chat room talking to people when one of them brought up dating websites.


I quit dating websites for many reasons. (1) I can't prove if the women on a dating website are real or robots, especially since almost nobody responds to my messages. (2) the websites discriminate. (3) some women discriminate, even one time a lady's profile explicitly read that she prefers white men. (4) I get weird and borderline-illegal private messages of solicitation, which is disrespectful and rude


I'm happy i quit dating websites for now. I feel my social health and view of romance has improved a lot, after leaving those websites.
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I quit dating websites too. I'm bisexual, so I put that, but a lot of straight men seem to think "bisexual" means "nymphomaniac". And they only focus on the sex part. I would like to date women, but none of them are interested in me. It's only horny straight guys. So I gave it up.
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I think my mom got into a car accident, last night when she didn't come home until 6am. I overheard her say "insurance" and "hospital" while talking to my sister who was telling her to get rest. My mom works a lot, but i don't pity her too much because she spends her money on vacations and furniture while prohibiting my economic lifestyle. She works so much that I'm quite sure that she's not getting enough sleep. Sleep is important and can affect her performance, especially when driving.
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i took a 37-minute shower, more than 25 minutes. I don't shower often, so maybe I should consider that when timing my shower. If anything, I should probably allow a 45-minute shower and a 15-minute bathroom cleanup.
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I've been so busy and stressed this week that I've forgotten to do muscle-strengthening exercises. I need to fix my routine more, to allow time to exercise. diet and exercise are my only health insurance.
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i'm thinking of volunteering at least 7 hours each week. volunteering would be a great way for me to enjoy time with my local community and avoid my mom.
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