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Making time for anime
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24 / F / AUSTRALIA
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Posted 11/7/14
Usually only have time to watch at night after I've been to uni, work and done stuff around the house. At the end of the day, anime isn't that important.It's fine to fall behind and what not.
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26 / M / Inside Lorreen's...
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Posted 11/7/14
When my schedule was more restricting than it currently is, I would fit it in during breaks I had. There were instances with school where I had a good hour to sometimes three hours in between classes, I used that time to keep up with simulcasts I was watching. With work I was guaranteed one half hour break so I would watch an episode during that break.

That is pretty much how I did it, because on some days I would go to school then straight to work and I wouldn't get home until after 10pm or 11pm and I couldn't watch shows after that because I would have to do my homework for school until I crashed into my bed.
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Posted 11/7/14
Keep part-time job, quit school, go homeless, watch in the library and restaurants -- it eliminates the need for school and extra work, and lets you watch anime almost all the time.

If you don't like that, you can watch less anime. I fixed things by keeping my watchlist to only the best of the best. There's a point when even good, enjoyable shows don't make me as happy as my other goals and pursuits, and it's simply unfortunate that I need to drop good shows. However, there's a huge amount of brilliance in the world outside of anime, and I can't tell you how much more I enjoy a good stroll in the snow than I enjoy the average anime. Great anime is a pleasure though. That's the only advice I have, because that's all that's worked for me.
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37 / M / Planet Sanno
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Posted 11/7/14
Funny as it sounds, I had more time to watch anime / read manga at university, but there was a lot less available at that point in time, so it was easier to stay caught up. Nowadays, since I am working full time (and no longer have school, thank goodness), I have to pick and choose what to watch: a series here, a series there, a few episodes at a time. Can be tricky to manage, but not impossible.
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