This post is sponsored by Zynga, but the content and opinions expressed here are my own.
As I mentioned before, I’m a commuter and being on the go can be tough. Commuting can be tough and takes a lot of time and energy. So it’s always important to pass the time so you don’t get worn down. Plus, since graduating grad school, I need to find new ways to keep my brain active. That’s where Words With Friends 2 comes in! Here’s how I’m keeping my brain active on the go.
Keeping My Brain Active on the Go
I really enjoy learning and words. That’s one of the reasons I decided to go to grad school. Now I have to make sure I am doing that for myself. Words With Friends 2 is great for me. I don’t just sit and stare out my window when I’m on the go but instead, I can challenge people to games or play solo. My favorite thing is that you can click a word and it gives you the definition for it!
If anyone has graduated from college and then started working full time, you know how hard it is to keep up with friends. One of my closest friends from college and I have a streak on WWF2! We may not talk as often as we used to but I can count on her to play a word daily so far and it’s a fun way to stay in touch. Especially because no matter what I have a notification ready to go when I head out on the road.
My commutes are long and boring. It’s really easy to get sucked in to something mind-numbing that won’t really keep my brain stimulated. WWF2 is the best of both worlds because I love learning new words and can keep in touch with friends.