My latest gaming obsession has been Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp. It’s really adorable, and I play whenever I have the time. At the time of writing this blog post, I am at level 33, and I have 20 animals that can come to my campsite. For the people that have no clue what I’m talking about, leveling is through the relationships that you make with the different animals that live in the camp. The closer you get with animals, the higher you level gets as well as your friendship. In order to get animals to your “home” or campsite, you have to reach a certain friendship level and have certain items at your house. The higher the friendship level, the harder it becomes to get to the next level. In other words, if you have yet to start this fun game, you should really get on that. Playing this game is what you need in your life. It is available for Andriod and iOS. Since having friends is essential for this game, my friend code is 1892 9004 070. Feel free to friend me. Hope to see you in the woods.
If you are like me, you want to help with different causes. You really do. Unfortunately for many causes, you have to donate a lot of time and money, something that often times I cannot afford. Because of this, I am often times looking for different causes that don’t cost a lot of time or money for me to be able to participate in. One such causes that I found is the Animal Rescue Site. It is their mission to help animals that are in animals shelters with needs such as food and vaccinations. Understanding that not everyone can contribute large sums of money to them, on their site, they have a large purple button, that by clicking it, you can donate some food to some of the shelters that they sponsor. I make sure to have this site up all the time so that I can make sure to click that button every day. They also have a list of more free things that you can do to help them, and also have a store so that you can purchase some swag that can help them further if you are able to contribute more to them. By doing this, it only takes a few seconds to help an animal an animal in need. Just browse their site, so that you can see the variety of things that they do and see how you can help out more.
If you have other causes that are good to support, let me know. I’m always looking for more things to do, so being able to help out even with little things over a long time can make a huge difference.