How Playing Games Can Help You Relax

Having watched In The Soop 2, with all the chill vibes and entertainment, it inspired me to look back and reassess my life for the past months. I have been working non-stop! I have to make rest day a truly relaxing day.

“To me, resting is not putting meaning into time spent for self-improvement.” – Jin. 

A line that resonates with me was the statement from the world wide handsome himself, JIN. He said that during rest day, no work should be involved. Rest day should be plainly that – a day of rest.

That is why lately I have been playing and enjoying myself with some of the games from this site: www.solitaire.org. Apart from Solitaire, the site also has different games you could play! Here are two of my favorites.

LETTER SCRAMBLE

Letter Scramble

Hello my favorite childhood board game Letter Scramble! I am such a wanna-be connoisseur of words! Specifically, I love the challenge of finding and creating words from a set of letters otherwise non-legible to others. It gives me the sense of excitement as I rearrange and arrange letters to make sense. Add the challenge of a ticking clock, then the excitement nothing but doubled! Apart from the game itself, I love how the website is just user-friendly, very straightforward and easy to navigate. It doesn’t need any fancy computer knowledge or other equipment for you to enjoy this game.

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5 Things New Homeowners Do That You Should Avoid

There are a lot of steps that go into buying a home, and with all those steps, come a lot of mistakes as well. First time buyers looking at properties such as those among the St Albert real estate should do plenty of research into multiple areas, like mortgage rates, location of the neighborhood, other home prices in the area, and much more. 

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Despite all of the research however, these homeowners will still make mistakes, which can easily be avoided if you know what they are. Here are five mistakes new homeowners make that you should avoid. 

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How to set a budget (and stick with it)

As a fully functioning adult who is trying to get her life together, I adopt practices that would help make my life easier. Among these are ways to be financially stable.

We have to take care of our financial health the same way we take care of our mental, emotional, physical health, among others. One way to do so is by budgeting and sticking with your budget.

YOLO responsibly 😛 (from BTS’ ‘Go Go’ Halloween Dance Practice video)

Although I have struggled at times, I am lucky to be surrounded by friends who have taught me over the years their best practices. So here are the tips I compiled from my financially secure friends. Read and learn!

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