Pogo.com gives me a nice blogging break!

Race against the clock and pop as many balloons as you can. To play the Poppit!™ Sprint puzzle game, all you have to do is pop groups of two or more balloons of the same color in one minute. Fast pops of three or more balloons of the same color increase your multiplier and score.

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Play the full version of this puzzle game for free* on Pogo.com. Once you register, you will also be able to save your high scores, tokens, and be able to enter daily for a chance to win prizes**. Join Pogo now and play over 100 free* online games!

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*Internet connection and EA account required. Must be 13+ to create an EA account.

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**NO PURCHASE NECESSARY. Eligibility restrictions apply. See Official Rules for details and alternative means of entry.

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You know I work at home, right? I get tired of working and typing all the time. When I begin to get bored and need a break sometimes I do something a little reckless. I head on over to Pogo.com and I play Poppit. Popping the balloons really improves my mood.  It’s a great stress reliever for us work at home peeps. You can see it above. I must warn you though it is very addicting. My older children love it too!

You will very soon find yourself wanting to not work and just play. I try to use it as a creative outlet so that I can then go back to writing again. I feel it allows me to be competitive, feel confident and kill balloons. It’s a win/win for me. This in turn makes me write better when I go back to whatever it was that I was writing about. I don’t know about you but sometimes I get stuck and have to walk away from writing for a time. When you walk away and come back it gives you a new perspective and you can then write whatever it was that you were previously stuck on.

Thank you Pogo.com for being there for me to recharge my creative juices. Your games make me a better blogger.

 

This is a sponsored post from Pogo.com. All opinions and views expressed are honest and my own.

One Reply to “Pogo.com gives me a nice blogging break!”

  1. Hi Dina, I work from home too and I love Poppit because it’s a game I can sit down and play for as few as 5 minutes while I’ve got a little downtime. If you like word games you should check out Pogo’s Word Whomp, it’s also a quickie.

    I got so hooked on their games a few years back I created a Pogo fan site to keep track of hints and tips for all of their games, and it’s grown into a vibrant community with giveaways, free Pogo tokens, information on how to get Club Pogo for free, lively discussions, and more. I’d love to have you stop by and chat all things Pogo if you have a free moment. 🙂

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