Now I am tired to response discussions

February 26, 2011 12:47pm CST
Hi, mylotters, when i join this site, i feel very addicted, it was about 4 months to me here, but from some days about 10-15 days i feel no interest to responding discussion, i dont know why my mood has changed, today i see my earing so i has seen $0-$2 from past 15 days on my activity, i log in daily but cant respond more than 2 discussions, do you ever feel like that in mylot, do you feel bored or tired to responding?
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26 responses
@CTHanum (8254)
• Malaysia
1 Mar 11
I understand such feeling.Sometimes we feel really tired and bored as it seems like there is only the same discussion being repeated again and again.Usually I will not respond and keep away myself from mylot for a few days and come back later to view new discussions and if there is any interesting post then I will reply them.
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1 Mar 11
Yes, this a big reason of getting bored that we see here many repeated discussions, nowadays i also response very few discussions.
@CTHanum (8254)
• Malaysia
1 Mar 11
If there is no discussion to respond then you should create one so you won't get bored commenting other discussion.
@gaiza12 (4889)
• Philippines
12 Mar 11
There are really time when I feel tire and lazy to respond to discussions here, but that is when I am not in the mood. There are really some topics that are worth responding to even when you are feeling tired. Don't be discouraged just now, It's not bad to have a few dollars on your account here, it will eventually rise when you have more patience and be even more active here. Minimum payout is not that far ;)
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12 Mar 11
I am still far from minimum cash out, and you are right i often not in mood to respond discussions.
@aerous (13474)
• Philippines
8 Mar 11
Well, there's really changes in our interest. Me too, I sometimes no mood in responding discussion. That is why I have more than a hundred in my email notification... Have a nice day!
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12 Mar 11
Ohh, what type of notification?
@zweeb82 (5716)
• Malaysia
28 Feb 11
Perseverance is the key & don't focus too much on just earning alone. Enjoy yourself here & you'll find your earnings will shoot up in no time
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28 Feb 11
I know earning is very low in mylot, so i enjoyed here more than earning but now enjoyment becomes fed, here most of the members not for only earning including me.
@daeckardt (6245)
• United States
27 Feb 11
I tend to be the same way. I have been a member for over three years. I would be very active for a month or two and then lose interest after I made payout. Then a discussion would come to my inbox that really piqued my interest and I would go in and get active again for a month or two and get paid again. I was inactive for over a year this last time and now I have lots of time because I am not able to work because of health condition. You might just take a break for a while leaving your notifications on so that if there is something interesting you can check it out. Good luck!
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28 Feb 11
Yes, it is better to take some breaks and refresh and you are for 3 years in mylot, its a great deal.
@gabs8513 (48717)
• United Kingdom
27 Feb 11
Yes there can be and have been times in the 5 years I have been here that I feel like that I just have a break then for a while and come back when I feel more up to it So I hope that this is what you will be doing
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28 Feb 11
Wow 5 years, its a long time,and you are still here, i dont know after 5 years i will be here or not.
@maean_19 (4662)
• Philippines
27 Feb 11
Hi there Sameer! The feeling is normal my friend. There are really times that you have the good mood to write and respond, and there are also times that you are blacked out or not in a good mood. That is more apparent when there are discussions that doesn't interests you. Well, many writers do experience that kind, what we call it "writer's block"..I experience that too.
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28 Feb 11
You are right, it is very much depend upon our mood, and after this discussion i found that most of the responders agree with this, but this is not the fault of site but it is our mood.
• China
27 Feb 11
I have the same feeling,but I try to post responses to the dicussions that I like if I have time online.In fact many mylotters are just waiting for posting responses and have started fewer discussions.I have earned less,but I will keep it up.Have a good day!
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28 Feb 11
I also still try to post something to keep in touch with the site.
@agrim94 (3811)
• India
27 Feb 11
hi sameer, Hmm i had been very active here and would do lots of discussions and responding but then i felt burn out. I didnt feel like even responding to the responses i got for my discussions and then one day i stopped coming here all together and thus havent been here for months..now i missed this site so i am back again. I hope you are just tired and not burned out of here..
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27 Feb 11
I think i need break, may be after this break i feel good in mylot and response many discussions.
• Philippines
27 Feb 11
yeah i feel bored ... especially when im not earning well.... its too tired for me to answer some of discussions here..
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27 Feb 11
Earning is another reason to tired, we have to respond many discussion and also do some task to earn good money, and also we have no idea about how many cents per post so it is very tired to post so many discussion and earn very low.
• China
27 Feb 11
From my point of view, at the very begining i was addicted to mylot as well, because you could earn money here as well as express your idea, it is very wonderful feeling. and then, i was not as interested in it as before. only because, some of those disscussion is not so attracting me.
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27 Feb 11
I also addicted but you are only at 67 posting, i felt bored after 300 discussions because of the so many repeated discussions,
@timhinyy (1653)
• United States
26 Feb 11
When I first joined I was much more active then I am now as we just get busy with our daily lives and we either forget about or are too tired to think up some good discussions or well thought out replies on here. When i was really active I tried to make at least 5 posts a day seemed like a good minimum number to shoot for something I could easily achieve in a day, but now it seems my usage on here will go in surges there will be times I will be active and time I won't be on for days.
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27 Feb 11
I also very active at start but i feel that the discussions on money related topics are running good and in these discussions most of the topics are repeated so i lose my interest, i think i need a gap.
@Lore2009 (7389)
• United States
26 Feb 11
yes, sometimes. Sometimes there isn't any discussions in my interest.
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27 Feb 11
and sometimes i spend all the time to find out any new and interesting discussion but more or less most of the discussion are same in some manners.
• United States
26 Feb 11
I have felt like this a few time sin the years I have been here. I am a very avid poster so I tend to need days off the site to refresh my love for it. I will never leave for good. But,your not alone in feeling this way. It was good you posted this maybe you will feel better after reading and responding back to us here. Take care of yourself.
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27 Feb 11
Yes, most of the responses show i am not alone to feel like that, and i think its better to me to leave the site for few days.
@greenline (14864)
• Canada
26 Feb 11
When one gets stressed out, one can be feeling like that. That can happen to every one. But, try to cheer up and keep working. This is a very happy community with members around the world, working together and helping one another in the best ways one can. You are also making a big contribution to the community by participating in posting and responding to postings. Have a nice weekend !
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27 Feb 11
I appreciate your positive thinking,i will try may be it is a temporory feeling and off course mylot is a good platform.
@DoctorDidi (7030)
• India
26 Feb 11
I think this is the ultimate fate of most of the mylotters.
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26 Feb 11
hahaha, may be
@Kate34 (658)
• France
26 Feb 11
Yes I do I'm not that active either and haven't even reached 2 dollars here on mylot but i love mylot it's friendly and you can make some extra cash with a little work and a lot of time. Yes I feel I'm going to respond to 100 or more disscusions but then can't even respond to 10 not to mention that 100. I don't really get tired after 2 but more 10. SO your not alone but if you want to earn it's what you have to do so just keep going and respond to disscusions that really interet you. Happy mylotting, mylotters.
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26 Feb 11
I was not tired or bored until my 300 posts but after that i was very slow and often respond or start discussion but when i was on my 100 post or more i was very addicted to mylot but now what happens i dont know may be tired to respond similar discussion.
• United States
26 Feb 11
Why don't you take a little break. Maybe a week or something. Come back and maybe your interest will come back. Take care
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@ifa225 (11099)
• Indonesia
17 Mar 11
Hi sameer, i ever felt that way too. i feel i am stuck to give response or make a discussion. then i leave my lot for one month, i didn't sign in at all. and that makes me miss my lot so much, so here i a m come back again with passion to response and comments
@RamRes (1725)
• Argentina
6 Mar 11
It happens to everyone from time to time, we also need some other distraction other than MyLot. Even though this may be attractive and even funny, we may get bored. I myself haven't been very active from the pasts week, even having a lot of free time. If that's your case too, don't worry, just go and relax somewhere else, and when you're better come back and continue enjoying MyLot, your account will be still here. Also your friends and responses may wait a few days I guess, don't worry. Just make sure you come at least one every 3 months, to prevent your earnings being deleted.