I know I am an inconsistent gamer.
I have to come to terms with the fact that I will most likely never have a decent completion percentage unless I am willing to start up a fourth gamertag in my Xbox history for that purpose alone - which I am not willing to do.
I also have to come to terms with the fact that I own far more games than I have time to play them. I love my job and I love my social life. I love my Xbox and my PlayStation, but not so much that I am willing to be a NEET to get a 95% completion percentage on everything I have bean dived over the last three years. I have been collecting games for well over a decade now. The local used game shops, the Xbox DOTWs and the PlayStation Flash Sales are like Kryptonite to my wallet.
Perhaps if I stopped buying new games, I could play what I already own for a few years and have more money set aside for my yearly vacations. The money I could spend on handful of used games that I might never get around to playing could be better put to use by investing in a gourmet meal out of town on vacation, or a luxury massage, or a few museum admission tickets. I already set aside a certain amount of cash for my future with every paycheck - setting aside some more money for that couldn't hurt, as well.
I think I will focus on playing what I want to play when I want to play it from now on. Some days, I want the quick and easy gamerscore. Other days, I want a genuine challenge. And still other days, I want to play a few rounds of MP with randoms. I will be the inconsistent gamer I have always been, but I will abandon all pretense of epic gaming goals and just have fun with it.