10 Craziest Waterslides in the World

As a small child, I loved going to waterparks. (Who doesn’t?) I immediately fell in love with everything about it. I thought that those 10 foot toddler slides were the coolest thing. As I’ve grown up I have discovered that the slides I once thought were amazing are actually nothing in comparison to these ten craziest waterslides in the world. 1. Leap of Faith This … Continue reading 10 Craziest Waterslides in the World

Indira Gandhi: One of the Most Influential Politicians of India

“I’ve never turned to anybody for advice and counsel. Even when I was a very small child, I had to stand on my feet because of the circumstances of those times, and somehow, the circumstances have remained more or less the same. I have to take my own decisions” –Indira Gandhi Indira Priyadarshini Gandhi was one of the most influential politicians of India, being the … Continue reading Indira Gandhi: One of the Most Influential Politicians of India

Why School NEEDS to Start Later

Benjamin Franklin once said, “Early to bed and early to rise makes a man healthy, wealthy, and wise.” However, “early to bed” is not always an option for teenagers. The average teen ends up falling asleep around 11 p.m., and many middle schools start between about 8:00 to 8:30 in the morning. This lack of sleep can be extremely harmful to teens health, which leads … Continue reading Why School NEEDS to Start Later

Five Things I Wish I Knew When I started Watch Dogs 2

If played right, Watch Dogs 2 is an extremely fun and action packed game, the main characters (In Dedsec) being hackers. However, the game can be confusing and infuriating at points when it seems as though the mission at hand is impossible. So, here are five of my recommended tips for Watch Dogs 2 beginners: 1. This is a Game of Hacking, Not Shooting Watch … Continue reading Five Things I Wish I Knew When I started Watch Dogs 2

Top 5 Places to Visit in San Luis Obispo

The proud owner of the title “Happiest City in America”, SLO has many gifts to offer. Some of the things I love about San Luis Obispo are how close-knit the communities are, how close together everything is (biking distance), and how unique the city is. Here are some of my favorite places to visit around SLO that many people may not have heard about. 1. … Continue reading Top 5 Places to Visit in San Luis Obispo

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Top 3 Urban City Building Games in 2019

Video games are often thought of as time consuming, and non-social. However, while this may be true for some, there are still many games that have potential to teach young gamers valuable lessons and strategies around building cities. I have compiled a small list of games that can help teach children what it is like to be in control of a city, and how to … Continue reading Top 3 Urban City Building Games in 2019