Does MyLot make you sick?!

@jazzsue58 (2672)
March 10, 2009 9:36pm CST
Just as an exercise, I kept a tally tonight of each time I submitted a decent length post to MyLot. I've just checked and it's 27 - and that's not counting the one-liners, replies to replies etc. But ... I feel sick. My eyes are out on stalks. I have a headache and want to go to bed yet my mind is buzzing with all the information I've given and received. I used to get like this when I was typing up my novel - but the expected earnings were a lot lot higher! Have you ever typed here to the point of sickness - or madness? Have you ever logged off actually feeling ill from being in front of the screen for so long? It's half two in the morning. This is post 28. I'm logging out and going to bed. No really, I am. Oh. Just one more then. I can give it up any time I want - I mean this.
2 responses
@Darkwing (21590)
12 Mar 09
Lol... that's the Mylot Bug!!! You tend to get stuck in here, saying, "just one more and I'll be caught up, ready to start afresh tomorrow!" Yeah, I've been there. Then you check your mail to clear it before going to bed, and hey!!! There's another thirty discussions to be answered. No, no.... I'm going to resist and go to bed. It will still be there in the morning!!! Seriously... it's not something to make yourself ill over. I know it's great to come in here and meet up with friends, and earn a bit of pin money whilst you're in here, but after three years a member, I've learned to prioritise, and just allow myself so much time in here, before moving on to other things and catching up there! I certainly don't make myself ill over a few measly quid, my friend! Brightest Blessings.
@modstar (9615)
• Philippines
11 Mar 09
When i was new in myLot, i post like there's no tomorrow. The daily earnings weren't that great either. Way below my expectations. It made me sick thinking about the effort but i just learned to accept everything that could happen here. I do get my share of headaches when i feel like i've been myLotting for days non-stop. Sometimes my wrist becomes sore from too much typing. When i reach 15 to 20 long posts, that's when i can stop anytime.