Ever feel like there are not enough hours in the day? This past week the sensation of Chronophobia has been paramount. Life was moving along at a 10AU/s constant with work, family, and EVE each trying to get me to exit warp and spend some quality time.
It’s not that I was not online or in-game. In fact this past week has seen as many hours logged as any other, perhaps a few more. My play hours have always been a little scattered but this past week fragmented and a sunder might be a better term. So hence it was very hard to settle into any kind of task when I could not commit to more than 30 minutes of play time at a whack during peak hours. So 0.0 had to wait.
I have been busy chasing down skill books for select T2 production runs, copying BPOs for invention, and grinding at some standings for a future POS. A hauler Alt has been getting some work moving stuff around un-seen while wars rage as well. Just as buying and centralizing those assets takes a time and are perfect tasks for scattered weeks.
So all is not lost to the blur of time this week and I should be doing my first T2 invention and production before the week is out. Likewise 12 rifters, 5 Caracals, and 2 drakes with PvP fittings and ammo should be staged for a JF to 0.0 this week as well. Meaning that soon as time allows there should be some more exciting stuff to blog about in 0.0.
This raises a question for the 0.0 (or any EVE) players:
How do you juggle life and EVE to accommodate the 0.0 ops that take a few hours of focused time or more?