Like many of you, I was stuck inside for the majority of the lockdown. I was off work for 9 months due to me leaving work to move somewhere else (Which ended up not happening, but that's neither here nor there), so for those 9 months from January to September-ish, I was sat inside on my own all day with a PS4, a PC and a dream. At first, I thought it was great. A real chance to catch up on my backlog and play these games I was eager to try. The first couple of weeks I did more gaming than I did in the previous year combined.
But then it hit. I was no longer enjoying my free time. Without work or a job to keep me busy during the day, I felt like I couldn't enjoy my leisure time. I've always been a big proponent of "Work and home were meant to be enjoyed separately", so to have 12-15 hours at home all day was interminable.
Did this happen to anyone else? Did overexposure to free time and game time diminish the time you had? Or am I just not THAT into games anymore?