Earlier this week, Forge dropped How Google Drive Can Make Every Corner of Your Life Easier, a new project all about the many (many, many) ways to use it as the ultimate self-improvement tool. Over the next few days, we’ll be using this space to highlight a few of our favorite Drive tips.
🎲 Today’s tip is a tool to make your quarantine weekends more fun: the game inventory.
How it works: Use Google Sheets to make an inventory of all the games on your shelves, and then treat it as a to-do list, so that Trivial Pursuit Classic Edition…
Maybe, like me, you’ve seen some bright, cartoony landscapes dotting your Twitter feed lately. Liberally sprinkled among the grim coronavirus tweets are posts bursting with enthusiasm. Excitement. Fanaticism, in a few cases. Suddenly, it seems, people can not stop talking about Animal Crossing.
In a stroke of perfect timing, the same week many of us began our coronavirus isolations, Nintendo released Animal Crossing: New Horizons, a revamped version of the social simulation game first released in 2001. The premise is simple: You build your home on a deserted island, populate it with cute anthropomorphic animal characters, plan out the community…
New Year’s resolutions were never my thing — holding myself to one goal for 365 days always seemed like a doomed undertaking from the outset.
But last year, I decided to try an experiment: I would give myself a new mini-challenge every month. In January, I vowed to cook three new meals at home each week (a tall order for a guy whose phone contains just about every food-delivery app there is). In February, I promised to break a sweat four days a week.