Activities to do instead of gambling!

What are some strategies when trying to quit or cut down? What works for you?

RE: Activities to do instead of gambling!

Postby Merle » Sun Aug 25, 2013 8:50 pm

Give yourself a make-over.
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RE: Activities to do instead of gambling!

Postby Angelina. » Wed Aug 21, 2013 1:51 am

Hi Merle,

Don't think we have met...well said...care to elaborate on what this means ?

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RE: Activities to do instead of gambling!

Postby Merle » Mon Aug 19, 2013 5:30 pm

Plan your future
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RE: Activities to do instead of gambling!

Postby AnnaB (facilitator) » Sun Aug 04, 2013 11:33 pm

ChandlerBing (1/08/2013)If you have a creative side and enjoy discovery then look into photography it's one awesome hobby it can take you places you didn't think existed or you would end up and can keep you really busy, as its not all about taking photos its about editing them, retouching presenting them to friends and family.


Hi ChandlerBing,
A warm weekend welcome to you! Great to have you posting....sounds like the photography is working really well at keeping you busy and distracted . Great suggestion - thanks
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RE: Activities to do instead of gambling!

Postby Angelina. » Sat Aug 03, 2013 1:59 am

Hi 'ChandlerBing',

I dont think I have seen you around...just wanted to warmly welcome you to the gambling help online forum

Hope to hear more from you,

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RE: Activities to do instead of gambling!

Postby ChandlerBing » Thu Aug 01, 2013 3:03 pm

If you have a creative side and enjoy discovery then look into photography it's one awesome hobby it can take you places you didn't think existed or you would end up and can keep you really busy, as its not all about taking photos its about editing them, retouching presenting them to friends and family.
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RE: Activities to do instead of gambling!

Postby BriM » Fri May 17, 2013 3:06 pm

Aaren (17/05/2013)Im doing a Masters in Environmental Management!

I think it came around at the right time, its good to have a goal to aim towards, really encourages moving onwards and away from the troubles of the past....


Sweet! What prompted the choice to go green? Do you have a particular environmental focus? Or are we talking environments more broadly (i.e. urban environments etc)..
Sounds really interesting. I've finished up at uni but miss the stimulation somewhat! be interested to hear more about what you're doing/learning...
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RE: Activities to do instead of gambling!

Postby Aaren » Fri May 17, 2013 2:56 pm

Im doing a Masters in Environmental Management!

I think it came around at the right time, its good to have a goal to aim towards, really encourages moving onwards and away from the troubles of the past....
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RE: Activities to do instead of gambling!

Postby BriM » Wed May 15, 2013 5:35 pm

Aaren (10/05/2013)Good work Popeye, keep it up!!

I chose to study!! It keeps me busy and im working to improve my career and future!

Otherwise i would say take yourself away from technology - it makes it all too easy to gamble!! Do something completely new and exciting


Agreed, Aaren, keeps your mind busy. What are you studying?
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RE: Activities to do instead of gambling!

Postby Aaren » Fri May 10, 2013 1:07 pm

Good work Popeye, keep it up!!

I chose to study!! It keeps me busy and im working to improve my career and future!

Otherwise i would say take yourself away from technology - it makes it all too easy to gamble!! Do something completely new and exciting
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