So, I've noticed that I like to bite off more than I can chew. So I try to rethink any decision to jump into a new project, or game, or really anything that takes up my free time before I say yes. Maybe some of you are like that as well.
I've been posting fairly regularly on YouTube, and I didn't realize how awesome of a RPG community there is on there. I feel like I've made some genuine friends on there, and we all comment on each others thoughts, and we've even sent gifts through the mail of some of our extra gaming books. My main point, is that even though it is awesome, it has taken up a big chunk of my free time, and I didn't expect that. So be careful of what you are getting into, before you say, "Yes."
Currently I am playing in: a Firefly/Serenity RPG on Monday nights, a H.A.R.P. play by post game on Real Roleplaying, a Vampire: the Requiem game also on Real Roleplaying, a Dragonlance Labyrinth Lord game at my GASP gaming club, and finally in a play by email Labyrinth Lord game that just started up using Domain Level house rules, that are similar to Birthright but more rules-lite.
In addition to playing those games, I am running a Conan Barbarians of Lemuria play by post game, that will probably wrap up in the next month or so because of lack of posting, and players dropping away. I also run my Darves Hill Labyrinth Lord game at GASP, that is coming up this Saturday (so I need to do a little prep work for that).
So, I do a good bit of gaming. Plus, I try to comment on various gaming forums, I've tried to start drawing monsters again, and while doing all of the above, I'm trying to keep the Wife happy, and take care of an old house we bought last year. I can get busy at times, and the free time I have left over from work seems to vanish quickly.
So, just be careful out there that you don't do too much, and that you can figure out how to keep up with everything, even if all of it is fun. :)