Social Media has become an integral part of life; I cannot even fathom the amount of time that gets spent on the various platforms each day. With social media, you are connected to more people than you ever would’ve been in the past. It can also open many doors for career opportunities.
Of course, much like everything else in life, moderation is key regarding social media usage. Too much can impact your overall mental health. There have even been instances where individuals have dealt with withdrawal issues when they haven’t been able to access their favourite platform.
In this post, I will be sharing the ways that social media has impacted my mental state in the past.
The Sims 4 was released in 2014, and much like it’s previous entries, extra content is released post-launch. This can range from expansion packs that add new gameplay aspects to stuff packs that add extra content, usually with a theme. Halloween, for example.
EA have now started to produce new content called “kits” which usually tend to be cosmetic items. This got me wondering, is EA pushing far too much paid content for the game?
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When you think of the Halloween franchise, the ominous force that is Michael Myers is who usually comes to mind. The statuesque figure donned in a boiler suit and the iconic white William Shatner mask, he is an depraved presence within the world of horror.
Yet, there is one movie in the franchise where he isn’t the antagonist; in fact, he doesn’t even appear in person, except for an advert for the original Halloween movie shown as an advert within the movie.
In today’s post, I’ll be talking about the interesting, and underrated Halloween title Season of the Witch.