January 2017 has come and gone – and I think I’m the only person who felt like it lasted forever! January began as a busy month, as I was working on two shows, however it eased off towards the end giving me a chance to relax, and spend money I don’t have. I spent a lot of time at home this month, because I find January far too cold to go outside for fun, so I got to do a lot of DIY and organising when I wasn’t in work which had made my flat feel more like a home – and I think my favourites reflect this! Continue reading
Being self employed and working in theatre means that mine and Matt’s time off usually doesn’t match up, especially at the moment while Matt is on tour. On the odd occasion Matt’s able to come for the day, I usually have an evening show, so we actually only see each other for four hours – not including the time we’re asleep. Sometimes though, we strike lucky, and end up with a whole week off at the same time. Continue reading
I have a good feeling about 2017. 2016, like everything, had ups and downs but I’ve learnt many lessons from it, and hopefully I can carry a lot of these over into 2017. December was one of the better months for me; I had a lot of fun surrounded by friends and family, work was fun – doing something different(*) really was a breath of fresh air. Since I was feeling warm and fuzzy about December, I thought I’d share some of my favourite things from the festive month! Continue reading
Firstly, Happy New Year! While everyone else is writing their wonderful New Year posts, I’m a week behind, hurriedly typing out this post to try and get back on track! Me and Matt had our Christmas early, as he spends Christmas at his family home, so I’ve had these pictures for a long time, but I’ve been doing two shows days, and haven’t got around to writing until now. I have been entertaining myself reading other people’s “What I got for Christmas” posts, because I’m a really nosey person – so I thought I’d follow suit and share some of the lovely things I got for Christmas.
Mini-games have always been a part of video games. Some are in the form of side quests that don’t even feel like games, while others are quite obviously there just for a distraction from your gameplay. Some have proved to be so successful that they now stand alone, like Geometry Wars, while others are instantly forgettable. So forgettable, that I can’t think of any right now…
In the spirit of enjoying the little things in life, I’ve rounded up 5 of my favourite mini games from my collection to share!