Usually people complain that nothing ever happens to them, whatever they do, and if something happens it is bad. I heard a story somewhere about a man who as a young man set himself more than 150 goals in life, he is something like 50 now and has achieved more than 110 of those goals. He just went for it and didn't look back.
About 3-4 years ago I was heavily addicted to computers, I liked everything about them and would've never thought to stop using them all the time, well what you know. Nowadays I'm right out of the business, I'm far behind on linux stuff.
I always will keep a linux machine though, I'll never give that up. At the moment I have one FreeBSD machine, two Linux machines, one MacOS X laptop and one Windows workstation. Usually a guy with this many computers knows all about them, and I actually do. But this stuff with newest releases on things and patches and whatever I actually have 50.000 unread mails in my lkml folder and about the same on FreeBSD mailing lists. So why don't I follow these lists anymore? I have no idea. I just didn't have time for it anymore.