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Time to retire?
twsani 1424 reads
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Call it a mid-life crisis, because that is accurately what it is, but I jumped into this hobby six months ago after reaching a certain age because I wanted to sow those wild oats that I didn't get a chance to sow back in my youth.  As I went through the motions, I realized there was a bucket list of stuff I wanted to try, which now I have, save one thing...an overnight with a favorite provider.  I have the opportunity to do that soon, but after a tremendous, great, satisfying appointment this morning, one which I doubt another provider would be able to top in an hour's time, let alone overnight, it got me to thinking...I think this hobby may have run its course for me, so much so I may not need or want that overnight.

I've tried everything I've want to try, with a variety of providers, living out all those fantasies...so it is time to retire as a hobbyist? Or is there such a thing as hobbyist burnout? Anybody ever have similar feelings or experience? Just curious...

only you can answer.

For me, it is always what is behind the next door, or a repeat with a favorite. The repeats are always more fun and more relaxed because we have already met. We have a chance to relax and get more comfortable, and we can explore things further.

Life is a gift, not a list, and each lady is a new day!
Enjoy, my friend!

you have reached your saturation point..al lot try it for awhile and get out..some are never satisfied and never will be..every hobbyist is different..enjoyment is the key..if you truly enjoy what you do..you will always look forward to more of it..if you do not enjoy what you do..why do it?  you say you have done everything..so have i..i still want to do more..you dont..therein lies the difference..

It's interesting to hear from a hobbyist contemplating retirement.

I also would assume that the thrill of a new provider would never get old. I mean if there was an industry of men that I could have my pic of... Let's just say all my income would be given back to the community lol.

I you go to a drop dead gorgeous provider's website, read about her and think that she sounds interesting.... But still respond, "...eh", then maybe it is time of you to put away your envelopes. Good luck to you!

MSHSEX137 reads

Rule of thumb: if you're asking yourself if it's time to call it quits on something, then chances are you already know the answer to your own question and are looking for others to talk you out of your decision.

Based on what you've written, it's pretty clear that you're looking for something that no working girl can provide: honest, genuine love.

Posted By: twsani
Call it a mid-life crisis, because that is accurately what it is, but I jumped into this hobby six months ago after reaching a certain age because I wanted to sow those wild oats that I didn't get a chance to sow back in my youth.  As I went through the motions, I realized there was a bucket list of stuff I wanted to try, which now I have, save one thing...an overnight with a favorite provider.  I have the opportunity to do that soon, but after a tremendous, great, satisfying appointment this morning, one which I doubt another provider would be able to top in an hour's time, let alone overnight, it got me to thinking...I think this hobby may have run its course for me, so much so I may not need or want that overnight.

I've tried everything I've want to try, with a variety of providers, living out all those fantasies...so it is time to retire as a hobbyist? Or is there such a thing as hobbyist burnout? Anybody ever have similar feelings or experience? Just curious...

Why spend good money on something that no longer interests you?

You can always come back to it in a heartbeat.

Retire? You can put the hobby aside, on a shelf, on hiatus, or whatever you want to call it. But as soon as you get the desire again; you'll hobby again!

 Nearly every hobbyist goes through the "Gee-wiz-Holy-shit! I hope it doesn't all suddenly disappear before I get my fill" stage. Then we gradually realize that its not going to "suddenly disappear"; but often a quantifiable amount of our money already has! It is then we find a comfortable and affordable personal level of moderation.  
If one hobbies once a year, or once a day; it is still hobbying!

hobbying is addictive and expensive. I've only been doing it a year and was shocked when I looked at my reviews and how much I fucked away. It was fun but there was one moment when I am on my dyeing bed that I think I will remember and say....FUCK she was hot. And I think that's what we are all looking for.

of things to do before you die, take precidence than it's time to do some of them.  If it takes you away from the hobby, that's fine.  
Life should be fun!  Go for it!
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