Rain, rain go away. Come again another day. We all used to sing this as kids, hoping that the rain would stop so that we could go outside and play. But it didn’t always work. There are still days when it just has to be a rainy day. So what can we do while it’s raining and we have nothing better to do?
School and life is full of stress and pressure, but in order to keep sane, we have to find ways to release the stress and pressure that comes with school, family, friends, and jobs. The following are some suggestions to keep your sanity during the semester and in life.
The Wii U needs all the help it can get right now, but nobody wants to give it until Nintendo pushes units through its own first party software. So, what does Nintendo have coming down the pipeline? Well, two of Nintendo’s biggest franchises are landing on the platform this year, one of which is only weeks away, Mario Kart 8.
As technology continues to advance so do the ideas of app developers. There are many different apps to choose from in all different genres. Whether you’re creative, a fashionista, sports fanatic, social media junkie or the king or queen of selfies, there are plenty of apps to suit your own personal taste. Here are ten of my favorite apps that I absolutely can’t live without.
Many of you may remember from 1998 through 2001 in the United States, Pokémon Red and Blue, Yellow, Gold and Silver and Crystal were released to the public as part of the franchise frenzy. My video game story, called Ash’s Travels through Kanto and Johto, will give my summarized version on how the video games should have been from the Generation I (Red, Blue and Yellow) perspective.
I remember when I got my first cell phone. I was a freshman in high school, and the reason my parents bought it for me was because I was in the school musical and I kept using a friend's cell phone to let them know when I needed to be picked up from practice and stuff. So, they got me my first cell phone. It was a small flip phone that only had texting and calling, no camera or anything. And it was good! That's all I needed it for. Eventually (my sophmore year in college), I got a smartphone - an iPhone, woo!