I don't know how to make that compelling in a blog.
It shouldn't be compelling in the real world either but multitasking is actually making this process enjoyable. I'm either writing up my daily blog post (like this one!), struggling through my RSS backlog of other Blaugust participants, or stopping once every 10 catches or so to scrub a "zone" of my kitchen. It's all stuff I wanted to do, but now I get a nice little counter to go along with it and eventually an achievement most are probably smart enough to simply ignore.
Sometimes I'm just in a mood for a good grind, which has actually gotten harder to find in World of Warcraft in a "pure" sense. Sure there are reputation grinds, currency grinds, gear grinds, etc. but a lot of the good old fashioned stand in one place and kill everything you see for hours on end has been excised from the game. This is probably a great design choice, but sometimes I just want something to do with my hands while I'll focus on something else. Outside of a couple of remaining pet and mount drops, fishing and archeology are probably the closest thing left in modern day WOW.
I'm confident I'll regret every word of this post in two weeks when WOW Classic launches.
I'm suffering from some Decision Paralysis on what game to play next. I have access to every console since 1999, god knows how many PC games at this point, and of course ever present emulation. It's an embarrassment of
I recently bought an original Xbox ,and while I don't own much for it, I want to give that a spin. That neon fluorescent green is so demonstrably 2000s that I hunger for it.