Was it hard to start over?

Running maps all day is boring. Not everybody can be like Ziziran and perform for 16 hours per day every day. After three or four days of playing Path of exile currency for 16+ hours a day, I had been bored out of my head. It didn't help that my friends had died and quit the league.

If you're serious about winning a race in Path of Exile, you need to get into the mindset of enjoying just "one more map." And once you complete it, run one more map. Make it second nature to open another map as soon as you depart, so that you need to keep grinding.

That being said, it is important to stay healthy and sane, and 16+ hour days aren't healthy. After four or five days of living and breathing Path of Exile, my entire body was screaming to get rest, and my hands had cramped up.

You make better choices when you're well-rested. If you do not get enough sleep during the time that you're competing at a Path of Exile race, then you may make a sloppy error and perish.

Throughout long grinding sessions, be sure to step away from the computer every few hours. Spend 30 minutes doing something that does not entail looking at a display. Have a walk, run a few errands, or cook a meal.

It is not that the end of the world in case you die or don't get a Demi. I died twice in the Turmoil race. The next time was extremely disappointing because I had been at the top five to my course at the time, also this was the very first race I had ever attempted to triumph. Both of the times I died involved elderly mechanics, but I heard from my errors.

In Mayhem, I made a dumb decision on day six and expired, but made another personality immediately and kept pushing. I had been in second spot for my course when this occurred.

Was it hard to start over? Sure. However, I chose poe currency buy to be proactive and keep pushing, and I was fortunate enough to finish fifth in the class I'd expired on, and made top five for the new class.

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