It can be difficult to find time for competitions when work, school and other things dominate your life, but try to take your playing time as a planned event, such as when you played in a sports community or had choir practice. What about the pile of games that are waiting for you at home? Do you know those digital publications that you had to buy because they were available for less than a burrito at Taco Bell? And the game that your friend lent you almost two years ago for SNES, and he keeps complaining and screaming? Oh, he’s too lazy to find the wires to his system and turn it on, and what is that? Did Tom Nook call to ask you about the rental? I don’t think so. Tom Nook never answers the phone. I fought for years to catch up with him, I think that from 2012 to 2018 I will probably win him only 3-4 races a year. After all these years of imitation and romance, I still feel comfortable collecting large libraries, and in the end, it’s a completely different “problem” not to play the game because you play other games, not the game just because you are a busy adult. If you play digital games in something other than swap, try creating a folder for the games you want to play and a folder for the games you’ve already won. I did most of them and took notes in my head when I thought about my games or my game time. Some tips I learned when trying to recover over 100 games: Don’t add games to your order book just because “everyone” says it’s the best game, or because critics praise it. It’s not a bad time to catch up! Moreover, the sales of Nintendo games are so low that you should use them somehow, at least when it comes to physical games. I play the games I want to play, and I end up looking at all the games. Whether you’re at work, watching Netflix, or even spending time with friends and family, your phone is often there to try and annoy you, and it’s likely to get your attention a little bit when you play. I’m stressed and not proud when I walk around with games on the switch and don’t have time to play. I understand that I have limited the number of games I play, but most of the time I still start zoning the game after 20 minutes, so I know my limits. If most games that are on hold are physical, try building a stack of your games somewhere near the playground to illustrate the problem you are facing.