Showing posts from June, 2020

Some of the Best Games for Xbox and PlayStation!

There are so many consoles out there, and right up there as the main competitors we have Xbox versus Playstation. I personally love both, have both with all their generations and both have pros and cons. This blog isn’t about picking apart each one and why they're better. It definitely won’t be about how PC is ultimately better than all of them anyway. I’m here to talk about some of the best games that have been brought out on both Xbox and Playstation, and if you haven’t played these before I would definitely recommend them. There are options for the 360, ps3, Xbox One, and PS4. So no matter what one you’ve got you’ll have a couple options on here for you. The plus is that you can get these games from Amazon, ebay, game, pretty much anywhere and you don’t even have to leave your house and they’re still pretty affordable games too with lots of gameplay hours behind them. Starting with options for the Playstation3 and Xbox 360: Bioshock Infinite is an amazing place to sta

Ways To Waste Time on the Internet!

Spending time online can be endless, in fact it is endless. You will never run out of things to do. Along with all of your favourite social media, and streaming platforms, you can always learn something new to. You’re not here to learn about what the internet is though, you’re here to waste time, and as much of it is possible. Sometimes when you’re online you’ve finished scrolling Tik Tok for the past four hours and now you want to do something else. Here’s a list of random websites for you to truly just drain sometime into to get the hours going. You may even learn something new whilst you’re at it.  Starting off with a fun game, this is called ‘Little Alchemy’. I’ve played this game alone and with friends, and it definitely can become quite addicting. This is a very basic game where you start with the base elements. Earth, fire, water, air is all you get. You have to piece these together to make new objects, animals, etc. Such as putting Earth and fire together you get lava,

Celebrating Father's Day!

We’re only a week away from this year’s Father’s Day, and there is always so much celebrating and fun to be had, but it may not always be that easy to celebrate with your dad if you’re in another house, city, country. Celebrating your dad and everything he has done for you can be so easy and still mean a lot. There are many different ways to celebrate, when together, and from a distance. We’ve got options to make some fun memories, and great experiences! Starting with a classic, this one is one you’d need to be there for, but we have an idea to do it differently too. Breakfast in a bed is always a sweet way to start, you can make their favourite food for them whether it be a full fry-up or as basic as cereal. Now you may be able to achieve this from home as long as they’re willing to get out of bed for it. You can use any of your basic food delivery apps, find one that’s got some good breakfast food, cereal may not be an option here. But you can send this over to them to enjoy i

Best 24/7 Live Streams to Watch!

Sometimes you're at home, wondering whatever else is going on in the world. Maybe you;re thinking about the next time you;re going to the zoo, you’re thinking about what’s going on up in space, or dotted around London. As humans, our minds wander and we get curious about what is going on anywhere else other than where we are right now. So you can go on Google Maps and look at popular places, or your old houses or instead we have some interesting ideas for you. There are thousands upon thousands of 24 hour live streams that are streaming almost anything. So here’s a few we would absolutely recommend.  Starting off with your favourite animals. There are zoos, and aquariums all over the world that are streaming their enclosures for all your favourites. Starting off with the ‘Aquarium of the Pacific’ and the ‘Vancouver Aquarium’ they have several live cams that let you watch their cutest and not so cute creatures live their everyday lives. So if you’re wanting sharks, or peng