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    Staying on PC for 12 hours, how do replace those hours doing better things.
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    Teo_II posted:
    Hello, I'm 17 and heading off to college a month. I grew up in a neighborhood that was not as active as others. I found computer games and ever since I was 10 I spent 9-12 hours a day on my PC. My grades suffered and unfortunately it was only until high school that I worked on getting my grades up. Recently I have given my desktop to my dad and replaced it with a laptop that isn't good at gaming and only for work. Now I am trying to lose 60 pounds and as of now I have lost 20. As I have eliminated maybe an hour of the day with exercise I still am on my new laptop because even if I want to leave it I really have nothing else to do. I have friends but we only get together a couple times in a month at most. My question would be what could I do to better replace those hours, cleaning dishes? Reading books?
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