I Have Been Playing ‘Animal Crossing: New Horizons’ For A Week And I Can’t Stop

I don’t which debt is bigger mine with Tom Nook or mine with my college.

Last Saturday, my sister and I decided that we should buy a Switch and Animal Crossing and we did. It arrived on Monday and I have been playing it non-stop for a week.

My island is a mess, like there is stuff everywhere because I don’t have a lot of storage and that kind of stresses me out because I have to sell everything to have storage or leave it. As of now I have no idea how I’m going to design my island, I have seen cute pictures online of other islands and I want a pretty island but i don’t know how to make my island pretty.

I have five villagers now, two came with the island and I just built three houses for others. I don’t know if the one from the museum (I don’t remember his name) counts as a villager but he is also there. As of right now I have not visited any of my friends islands, but I want to do it this week, but I think I need to make my island pretty first, if they want to visit me.

I just finished paying the debt of my house and I think I’m going to have another debt with Tom Nook soon and I’m suing. Also I always, like everyday get stung by bugs and have to buy medicine which is kind of annoying. And the weird thing that happened to me with this game is that when I read a friend’s text, my mind plays the sounds of the voice of the villagers, that does not happen all the time, but it has happened once and it is kind of weird.

I’m really liking it so far and it has become kind of addicting, but this game is really relaxing. I’ll probably give you an update when my island is pretty, soo, until the, hope you liked this entry and see you in the next one!


  1. My goodness, I clocked around 300 hours in 3 months and got burnt out like heck. I’m regretting the fact that I obsessed over my island rather than had the chill fun animal crossing is meant to provide. I’m gonna act like a retired old man now and just go fishing in weird clothes lol

    (If you’re struggling with debt, turnips are the easiest way to (legit become a millionaire) pay them off)


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