This is the 30th blog I’ve started on just about as many different websites. Some still exist, some have been erased and I’ve probably even lost a few along the way. I’ve worked on many topics, but I always find myself in love with writing about games. But I constantly struggle with what on earth to write about. It shouldn’t be very tough, seeing as I consume (gaming news, podcasts, previews, reviews), play (gaming since age 3 or so on every machine I can get my hands on), and for the past six and a half years I’ve worked in gaming retail.I’ve worked through the launch of the current generation of gaming, console and handheld. I can recall the launch of every major title since Xbox Live began nearly seven years ago. The first piece of gaming swag I remember bringing home is an ATV Offroad Fury 2 t-shirt. And I can readily discuss, educate, and argue about any aspect of gaming. But where do I go from here?What I can say about myself right now, is that I feel as if I’m at a crossroads in my gaming habits. The more hours I put in at my store and the more time I spend making life choices, the less game time I have. Over the past couple years, I can count the number of games I’ve finished on one hand. I have also become increasingly more OCD about the way I consume games. I must play series in order, to 100% completion, gaining every achievement, trophy, percentage point, or bragging right along the way. So perhaps I will begin this blog with a question.What do other gamers that feel this way think? How have your gaming habits changed? What do you do to continue to stay interested in gaming? What type of gamer do you consider yourself? Have you ever/ever wanted to work in the industry? From here, I don’t know where this will go. But let’s open the dialogue up. Again.