Same lol i quit playing games and mostly being out enjoying the sun and got a very nice girlfriend named Fides :)))
Just go back to playing then
Why quit something you enjoy doing ?
(and see what the highest collective IQ community is up to)
Monday - have sex with girl
Tuesday - have sex with anoter girl
Wednesday - have sex with a stranger
Thursday - have sex with slut
Friday - have sex with boy
Saturday have threesome
Sunday have sex with dog
here you go men)))
workout, learn how to cook your favorite foods.
but my favorite, learn poker...
Play piano. Its easy to get into and is really giving. + Makes you an alpha
Mate if you're actually australian I've hear there's a pretty good demand for volunteer help at the zoos and conservation sanctuaries down under. How bout doing that and becoming a proper upstanding cunt?
I assume you work / school.
Gym and play sports, go out during the weekend, and if you gym some days go on hiking trip maybe, just walk outside with music and enjoy nature. im somebody who still plays games but it's nice with a break time to time :)
2.get that street money
4.family (buy yo momma a crib)
no need of anything else in life bro
make your own cs and then sell it to valve
Maybe survival/bushcraft? Not a hard/challenging version of it, but something like this: you go to a nice place, like a wood with a river/lake (be it alone or with friends, I usually go alone for 1-2 day trips and with a company for longer ones), away from civilization (or to a not densely populated place), set up a camp (apart from having a tent, try to build one from fallen/dead branches and leaves - don't cut the trees, especially the young ones), make a fire using firesteel (but get a lighter as well) and enjoy nature.
Obviously take food with you, but you can also try to make some food from what you find; start with simple things, like making a tea from herbs, catching, gutting and dressing (don't know if that's correct word) a fish, things like that. Don't try to 'survive', make it a pleasant and learning experience. Get a book about edible plants from YOUR region or watch some youtube channels about bushcraft.
Things you'd need: first and foremost, a GOOD knife. Don't cheap on this one, it's going to be your main tool; if you learn how to properly maintain it, it's going to be an investement for years. Get some waterproof tent and clothes, compact dishes, a gas stove/hot plate (not sure about correct translation), a sleeping pad and bag, a small axe and obviously provisions. Again, it's not about surviving, it's about learning and quietening down.
The best way to start is to go with someone who has experience with these kind of things. That's how I started and learned the basics. If you don't have any friends with experience, start with trips close to your home.
IMPORTANT: always plan your trip and check whether you CAN do things like that in your chosen destination. Don't just go to someone's property or a reservation and fuck things up. Actually, looking for and discovering new places is one of my favourite parts of every trip. In most cases you don't have to go far away to find a quiet place. Look around.
IMPORTANT 2: if you go alone, ALWAYS tell someone where you're going. ALWAYS, just in case something happens to you.
IMPORTANT 3: ALWAYS clean up the place once you're finished. Always leave it the same as it was when you got there. Respect nature.
I saw people making a usable functional portable wii with 6 hour battery, if interested just google 'PortablizeMii'
Go back to gaming :) but if you rly don't wanna return, read books and work out. It's healthy for your body
I'd suggest you to JUST START DOING SHIT. You cant know what you like for sure if you had no experience doing it. Start doing ANYTHING, doesnt matter. Physical exercise, Rubick's cube, meditation, books, drawing, try everything. Its ok if you fail. To continue or to stop is only your choice but try to look at all pros and cons of forcing yourself to push forward even if you have no success
You might wanna check out Mike Boyd on YT, he specializes on learning new stuff and he has a detailed guide on the whole process of learning (on Skilshare)
Well, first of all if you didn't take gaming as a hobby in the first place, that's a big problem there...
Anyway the easiest way is working out, maybe continue studying if that's your thing? That's more efficient than reading books about life and such.
Start collecting things maybe? Like watches or whatever you enjoy having...
Make a healthy routine for your life that you find comfortable for you, and maybe find another game to play for like an hour or two aday, obviously not csgo since it needs dedication.
Combine all these things together and you'll hopefully be happy. Cheers :D