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how do you relax?  Reply with quote  

how do you guys relax when you're not thinking "money talk"? I know I usually like to read a book in front of the fireplace. If there are any avid readers here, I'd recommend this one I'm just finishing up called Manhook by Ken Ratcliffe. It's been an entertaining read and is perfect if you like corporate thriller storylines.
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Either heading out to the gym or reading. If you are more of the geeky science type, I just finished Bill Bryson's "A Short History of Nearly Everything" and loved it.
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Bill Bryson is a great way to relax! In the pool, floating on my back, with Bryson's book in a plastic baggie. Yeah, until I throw it on the deck and just float. Mmmmm summer.

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I teach dance classes. It makes for a nice balance to my sometimes stressful finance career.
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Either heading out to the gym or reading. If you are more of the geeky science type, I just finished Bill Bryson's "A Short History of Nearly Everything" and loved it.


i wish i had time/motivation for the gym! HA.... you'd probably like Manhook... i'm definitely a geeky type, but of the finances sort hehe. It's been getting great reviews all around the net. I'll check out the Bryson book! Thanks for the recommendation!
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Hi,

I usually read, listen to music, work out, or play with my son. There are many ways to relax. Just do something that makes you feel good when you do it. Very simple Laughing
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Well I have a problem, every thing I do to relax turns into a money makeing adventure!

Started smokeing to relax as a teen. Smokeing turned into dealing and ended up with a felony and probation.

After Jail, Started playing EQ to relax, which turned into a 300-500$ month money makeing machine.

Recently quit playing EQ and started playing games like zuma, bejelwed, solitare,chess etc online aginst others to relax/fun. Now I play those games for cash on a daily basis.

Took up pool, and well that always involves money (or drinks Embarassed ) as a wager now.
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I read outside in my hammock at this time of year.
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I love to read. I'm a mystery fanatic!
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Re: how do you relax?  Reply with quote  

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Originally posted by golfergreen1
how do you guys relax when you're not thinking "money talk"? I know I usually like to read a book in front of the fireplace. .


Yeah reading is one of the best way to relax. I love reading, but sometimes my eye hurt. I like thriller like Agatha Christie Laughing
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Relax? Was ist das?

Oh yea that is why I drink beer:)

Seriously I went to a Chinese restraunt and ate SLOWLY. As a type A I do forget to relax.

Last few days I've been endevoring to write some orginal jokes.

One is perty racy and posted on an 18+ board.

Perhpas I'll E-mail Andrew and see if he thinks it can be posted.

It actually does have a bit of a moral to it.

See I can't even relax when I'm joking around!!!!

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