In five years I’ve managed to do a lot of travelling around working full-time and writing. I still want to reach to thirty countries, so far at around 25 and there’s still a lot of experiences that I want to do in my lifetime. I’ve managed to get 20 on here and if I manage to do all 20 that would be amazing. I may need more than one winning lottery ticket to do it all, but I think I’m capable of doing at least half of them before I die.
Pokemon Sword and Shield have been out for a few months ago and Nintendo Direct has recently announced expansion passes. The choice to not include all pokemon in proved to be contraversial but it's not impacted the success of pokemon as a franchise. With the expansions announced, people are hoping that they're favourite pokemon are going to be included in the new games. I recently wrote an article about five things I love and hate about Pokemon Let's Go and I thought it would be perfect to write one for Sword and Shield as well. These are all my personal opinion and inspired by my perferences.
Bury Me, My Love is an indie game that pushes a lot of boundaries. There’s a lot of text adventure games through many mediums, but this is the first one I’ve played based on a Syrian refugee. For a limited time, it was free for Switch Players but on other mediums, you can get the game for less than a fiver. I picked up the game not just because it was free, but because I found the concept and plot interesting.
I’ve played Let’s Go Pikachu and Eevee for about a year now. It’s good to be back in Kanto again. I really like the game, but there’s some things I really love and some things I really don’t like so I decided to list them. These are all my personal opinion. I’ll start with the dislike then I’ll go with something I liked.
Simkee123 (Elizabeth) is a passionate bookworm whose favourite authors include greats like J.K. Rowling and Terry Pratchett. She has one book out on Wattpad called Up In Flames. I started a project to interview as many Wattpad writers as I could to get a taste of other people's writing journeys. I've been writing for a very long time and I've had people both online and offline help me a lot along the way so I thought it was my turn to help give back to the writing community by helping promote their work as well. I asked them all the same questions, but got very different responses.
I had the privilege to spend a week in the Philippines. I was so busy, but I was buzzing and it was amazing. The only downside to the holiday was coming home, feeling depressed and catching a nasty virus. That doesn’t take away the good times I had though. I was very tired, and now I’m writing this I can understand why: a 13 hour flight and severe jet lag. Because I was only there for a week, I wanted to cram as much in as possible.