I've stopped for breaks, usually when I'm immersed in RuneScape gold the latest game, usually from RuneScape through the decades. The longest break was during the time that Evolution of Combat (also known as EoC) was released - the actions bars and abilities clashed with the RuneScape part of my brain.
RuneScape, however, always discovers a way to catch me. This time, this was Legacy Combat Mode, which has brought back the tick-based fighting that was the norm in. EoC and me have very tense relationships; mostly due to reluctance from my side, but I'm trying. Rarely.
My diaries are still filled with notes of my most recent RuneScape accomplishments, especially when I get a new skilling pet, however, it's important to fill the space with short reflections about my favorite Indie gaming I've enjoyed, as well as an rant about my inability to make Log Stool DIY recipes in Animal Crossing: New Horizons. I'm working on the list of things that I'd like me to accomplish in RuneScape over the next few years.
As a Dungeoneering expert, I'd like to train (unlikely) and rework my cash-strapped home. It's possible that I will finally make it to one of the Salt in the Wound quest; once upon a time I was looking forward to this quest, until I was told by a friend about the pillar that he was talking about - you know, you know. Since then, I'ven't worked up the energy to cheap RS gold take on the task, but maybe 2022 is the year.