Fangirls, I’m torn up about this app. On one hand, it’s phenomenal. On the other, it doesn’t work super well with indoor movement, and that’s tough. But lets get to the down and dirty of Charity Miles.
The first week of November is ending, and I’m excited because I think I’ve started No-Spend November off rather well, I’m getting back on track with exercise, and I’m keeping my birthday anxiety as low as possible.
Fangirls, I think at this point, we all know that I have a very strong love for puzzle games. I think that they can help keep your brain active while being a fun distraction. I know that I’ve been having a stressful time at work (more so than usual, recently), and having rop to go to on my break and at the end of the day is refreshing and relaxing.
Dear Fangirls, did you know I love Pokémon? It may come as shocking, but I do love those little pocket monsters. Since I can’t have my DS on me everywhere I go, or sometimes I need q break, I have a new way to play Pokémon almost constantly, thanks to the mobile Pokémon Shuffle game.
GET. SHIT. DONE.
The last time I played a Sim City game, it was on a giant IBM desktop that had dial up. Now it’s returned, but to the small screen. This new game is much different, much more accessible, and honestly a lot more fun. I remember meandering around, trying to figure out exactly how to play when I was a kid. With this app, I got easily down to business right away, and build a thriving town. Read More »
Fangirls, I’ve been on a huge Steven Universe kick. I watched the whole series through a couple weeks ago, and I’m rewatching it now; I can’t get enough of it. One of the ways I experience SU when I’m not watching it, is by listening to the absolutely amazing music by Rebecca Sugar. But it’s not available on iTunes, so what’s a Fangirl to do?