I’m probably going to cut myself back down to 5 (or less) blogs and I know that the ones I decide to get rid of are going to piss some people off, but whatever. Because it’s not like I get many/any interactions on those blogs anyway. And I really want to free up some time to bring in a new muse (that’ll be incredibly fun I think.)
I just got home from work and got hit with a *massive* migraine so I’m not available to hop on for a while, but wanted to respond so you don’t think I’m ignoring you. Would tomorrow night or this weekend be good? I’m not in a particular need for them *right now* so no rush :)
YOU’RE SUCH A GOOD, JUST, IN GNERAL, IF I WASN’T TYPING IN ALLCAPS I WOULD CAPITALIZE THE G IN GOOD TO EMPHASIZE WHAT I MEAN, AND ONE DAY I AM GOING TO DRIVE AND I AM GOING TO USE THAT SKILL TO GET TO YOUR PART OF THIS BULLSHIT STATE ANDW ECAN HANG
Is it really difficult having that many towns? I have two, but I keep getting the urge to get another…
it’s quite a juggle, but i think one thing that really helps me manage is that i play video games all day at work. if i actually had to do stuff all day, i don’t know how i’d manage it. and i still don’t always play every town, every day. reverie and lollipop get played every day; the others kind of fall by the wayside. but camelot’s mostly finished except for redecorating villagers’ houses, so i don’t have much to do except move lolly out, which i’m in no rush to do. and pawsome and starlake just have no development going on until i get all their permanent villagers, because i have plot-blocking pwps all over the place. so, there’s an in-game reason i don’t play them every day, but i don’t think i’d be able to manage it if i tried. there are some days where i play every town, but they’re not the norm.
i will say, i had no problem with this when i only had two or three towns. it was when i got four and five that it got harder. :) if you do find it hard, i’d suggest either working on one or two towns at a time [like prolistening does] or writing down a schedule to play towns on rotating days.
Hi! I've been working out regularly for a long time now and had a question to ask you about work out routines. I play soccer, run track, and eat fairly healthy, but I'm not seeing the kind of results I want. Is it too much to work out for an hour twice a day?
I think working out 2 hours each day is a little excessive and not necessary. Focus on 60-90 minutes of working out 4-6 times a week, no more is necessary to see results. In all honesty a 40 minute workout where you work hard and intensive is alot better than 2 hours of not doing much, or doing 2 hours and doing so much that you completely exhaust yourself.
It can also be helpful to sit down and write down your goals andw hat is necessary to achieve them. Also what you eat is important in seeing results :) Good luck.
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→ my little sunshine : do you ever think its funny how you can go years without knowing someone and then you meet them and its like w o w, i cant imagine my life without you?
an EXCITED text ;
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→ my little sunshine : i JST GOT A WHOLE BUNCH OF FREE STICKERS AND THEYRE FLOW IN THE DARK [ 1:23pm]
→ my little sunshine : FCK I MEANT *GLOW WHATEVER IM TOO LAZY TO FIX THAT BUT THEYRE SO PRETTY THEYRE MERMAIDS [ 1:24pm ] → my little sunshine : WE CAN PUT IT IN OUR SCRAPBOOK ANDWE’LL HAVE A GLWING PAGE OF PRETTYNESS
a LOVING text ;
[ 10: 15am ] → my little sunshine : just a friendly reminder that you’re really lovely and im so happy i met you . i hope you have a good day and you smile a lot ilysm ♥♥
a SCARED text ;
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→ my little sunshine : i think i’m lost.
[ 9:22pm ] → my little sunshine : all the stores are closing and someone stole my wallet or i lost it or idk but i dont have any money for a cab or a bus idk what to do. im freaking out can you call me pls?