Smart wrote:....What I tend to do is plan my day so that I at least can do some exercise etc so that I am not slobbing out for the whole 2 weeks. So say I get up at 6.30 am (assuming no work, or would be earlier), go for a walk, or do any chores before settling down for the 10am start. Then in between sessions again do any chores or pop out for a take-away etc. Play pool or darts in between sessions. Basically maximising or squeezing the most out of every minute possible and still watching as much action as possible....
Phew! I'm knackered after just reading that post.
I'm self employed, and these two weeks are basically my summer holidays.
Unless I get a job or jobs that are absolutely unavoidable, it's TV snooker all the way. Personally I couldn't care if it's crackin' the flags, I'm indoors for the duration, after all, there's always May,
to look forward to.