What To Expect When Visiting Gulliver's World, Warrington

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Disclosure - This post was last updated July 2023 

When we talk of theme parks we always think of Alton Towers or Blackpool Pleasure Beach as they are probably the closest to us. We always seem to forget Gulliver's World which is a shame as it's only less than 30 minutes away from us and it's a great park with lots of rides for all ages including a brand new land Gulliver's Gears and two brand new rides Grand Prix Racers and Overdrive. The theme park is reasonably priced and would make a perfect day out this Summer.

Welcome sign at Gulliver's World

Gulliver's World, Warrington, Cheshire, WA5 9YZ
Gulliver's World is easily accessible by car, train, bike and unlike most theme parks parking is free. Gulliver's World boasts more than 25 rides in 9 different themed lands with almost half the rides suitable for families with children under 90cm when riding with an adult. As well as family rides there are a few perfect for thrill seekers too. Gulliver's World also has lots of themed play areas which are perfect for little ones to pass the time if they don't want to go on certain rides.

boy looking at map

Entering The Park
Tickets can be booked online and if so you will receive a discount on your admission price. Tickets are priced as adults and children, senior, children under 90cm are free and then there is a concession rate too. 

To receive the best price you are advised to book at least 2 days in advance. 

Gulliver's Gears land

Grand Prix racers ride
The Rides
Like I said earlier most of the rides at Gulliver's World are suitable for younger children and up. There are a small selection of thrill rides which is good if you are visiting with siblings, family or friends of different ages. There is something for everyone and makes for a lovely family day out. 

Although it's not actually a circle when entering the park if you can imagine entering the park at the top of the circle and you can choose to go clockwise or anti clockwise. You will see everything this way. We always go clockwise and it ensures we see all the attractions and rides. 

The themed areas begin with Wonderland to the left as you enter the park. Here you can enjoy Veteran Cars and The Mad Hatter's Tea Party. There is also a play area and a maze too. 

Continuing clockwise you will reach Western World. Here there is another huge play area themed around the wild west. A water ride call Apache Falls, a drop tower ride called Desperado Drop and Billy Bob's Bi Planes. 

Next you will reach Gully's Cartoon Studios. The Wriggler, Gully's Grand Prix and Ellie's Animal Merry Go Round are all situated in Gully's Cartoon Studios and suitable for younger guests.

Smugglers Wharf was one of our favourites areas as it features the parks wooden rollercoaster, The Antelope. You can also head to Smugglers Boating School to drive your own boat, hop on board the pirate ship or the spinning pirate ship Pirates Cove. There is also a play area here too. 

Lilliput Land has old school rides such as the carousel and dodgems. It also has a walk through haunted house. 

Gulliver's Gears in the newest land and is themed around race cars. Both rides Grand Prix Racers and Overdrive are not suited for those under 100cm for Grand Prix Racers and under 120cm for Overdrive. A nice land with old fashioned pedal cars mixed in and a play area too.

Discovery World has the classic ride The Log Flume and also a Tractor themed ride. 

The Lost World is theme around Dinosaurs. As you walk you may spot dinosaurs hidden amongst the trees and bushes. Flight of the Pteranodon, Hatchery and Dino Safari Tours are perfect for dinosaur fans and if you want to grab some great views of the theme park head to the Sky Tours Observation Tower.

Last you will head in to Safari Kingdom which is home to water slide Togo Tower, Adventure Canyon, Temple Raider, Jeep Safari and Tree Top Swings. Here there is also another play area and also a mini golf course which is included in your admission.

44 cats characters

There is plenty of entertainment at Gulliver's World. Make sure you check out the entertainment timetable online or at the park so you don't miss out. This is just a sample of what type of entertainment is on offer.

10:00 am - Rise and Shine Concert (Magical Main Stage)
11:00 am - Gilly Tot's Bubble Fun (Magical Main Stage)
11:30 am - Meet Elmer (Magical Main Stage )
1:00 pm - Buddy's Pirate Adventure (The Starlight Theatre )
2:00 pm - Gulliver's Royal Crowning (Lilliput Castle )
2:30 pm - Meet the Clangers! (The Starlight Theatre)
3:00 pm - Glittermixers Character Concert (The Starlight Theatre)
3:30 pm - Meet Elmer (Magical Main Stage )
5:00 pm - See You Soon Show (Magical Main Stage)

adult meal at Gulliver's World

child meal at Gulliver's World

Food and Drink
Gully's Grill at Gully's Cartoon Studios serves burgers, hotdogs and fries. There is space to eat inside or out and there is also a large indoor soft play area for children. 

Costa Coffee situated in Lilliput land offering hot and cold drinks and a selection of snacks. 

Big G Diner at the entrance has a variety of savoury snacks and some festive specials!

Diamond Lil's at Western World serves up hot dogs, pizzas and selected festive favourites.

There is also lots of places to buy drinks, sweet treats and ice cream throughout the theme park.

Swings at Gulliver's

Special Events
Throughout the year Gulliver's World offers visitors to enjoy a whole range of special events or discounted entry days or weekends. We have visited on many of the special events over the years including Grandparents weekend, Food donation weekend where admission was hugely discounted if you brought a food bank donation and our favourite, Christmas at Gulliver's.

There is still lots to enjoy for the rest of year so if you are looking for something extra special then check out these events. 

Come and See Elmer at Gulliver's World
23rd Jul-4th Sep 2023

Fireworks Finale
2nd September 2023

Jamboree Weekend
16th-17th September 2023

Grandparents' Weekend
30th Sep-1st Oct 2023

Fright Fiesta
14th Oct-3rd Nov 2023

Fireworks Spectacular
5th November 2023

Christmas at Gulliver's

Staying Over
You can now extend your Gulliver's World fun by enjoying a stay at Gulliver’s Hotel and Lodgings. There is a selection of contemporary hotel suites, glamping tents, lodges, dens and cabins to choose from.

Gulliver's World is surrounded by woodlands and adjacent to Sankey Valley Park, providing you with a peaceful and relaxing environment.

Gulliver's World Theme Park is within walking distance of the accommodation, making it an ideal base for a family short break.

For more information on Gulliver's World, openings and to book visit Gulliver's World, Warrington.


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Things To Do In The Lake District When It's Raining

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We have been visiting the Lake District as a family for over 20 years and although we have had a shower or two we have never really experienced a rainy day until this year. The whole weekend it rained non stop and therefore our plans had to change. If you are familiar with the Lakes you will know that most of the best things to do are not ideal for a wet day or wet weather in general. We have a few favourite things to do in the lakes however we instantly had to do a few google checks for things to do in The Lake District when it's raining. Luckily we were close to a few of the indoor attractions however if we were better prepared for the bad weather we could have enjoyed a few more as we were surprised that there are actually lots of things to do in the Lake District when its raining.

windermere lake

Enjoy A Boat Cruise
You may associate boat cruises with sunny days, sitting on the deck watching the world go by however the boat cruises are just as nice on rainy days. Choose from Windermere, Coniston Water, Derwentwater and Ullswater as they all offer undercover boats. They are a great way to see the Lake District National Park and perfect for the whole family. We have done the trip from Bowness on Windermere to Ambleside many times and the boats offer refreshments and toilets on board. 

Coniston Cruises boat trip is a smaller boat than those on Windermere however they are just as nice. They offer you the chance to disembark at a range of stops along the Lake with some amazing sights to see including the home of artist and writer, John Ruskin. 

You can find out more information about the cruises by visiting Windermere Lake Cruises or Coniston Cruises by visiting Coniston Launch

Take a Steam Train Ride
A perfect way to see the beauty of the Lake District is taking a short trip on a steam train and travel three and half miles from Haverthwaite Station to Lakeside pier at the southern tip of Lake Windermere. Once you disembark the train at Lakeside it's just a short walk to the Aquarium of the Lakes. Also for easier access to Bowness or Ambleside you can jump on board a boat cruise with Windermere Lake Cruises.

Open every day from 1st April - 29th October

Lakeside & Haverthwaite Railway Co. Ltd, Haverthwaite Station, Nr Ulverston, Cumbria LA12 8AL

For more information, timetables and admission prices visit Lakeside and Haverthwaite 

fish inside a tank

Lakes Aquarium
A perfect indoor activity for a rainy day.  Situated on Windermere the Lakes Aquarium is an  award-winning attraction and has the UK's largest collection of freshwater fish. As mentioned earlier you can arrive at the aquarium via boat or train. 

If booking in advance you can combine your boat or steam train ticket with an aquarium ticket to receive a discount. Children under 3 go free and there is a variety of tickets available including family tickets. 

The Lakes Aquarium is open daily from 10.00am.

Last admission 4.30pm, close at 5.30pm

Open 7 days a week, including bank holidays, only closed Christmas Day.

Lakes Aquarium, Lakeside, Newby Bridge, Cumbria, LA12 8AS

For more information and admission prices visit The Lakes Aquarium 

Brantwood, John Ruskin's Home
Brantwood is a historic house located on the shore of Coniston Water in the Lake District. It was the former home of John Ruskin, a famous Victorian writer, artist, and social reformer, and is now open to the public as a museum, showcasing Ruskin’s life and work. The property also includes guest accommodations, a cafe, and extensive gardens and woodland trails.

Visitors to the house are introduced to Ruskin’s world by a brief introductory video and are then free to explore the seven historical rooms which he occupied during his lifetime, all of which are filled with his furniture, art and objects.

Brantwood is open daily 10:30-5pm throughout the Summer  and Wednesday to Sunday during winter, also closing on Christmas & Boxing Day.

The Brantwood Trust, East of Lake, Coniston, LA21 8AD

For more information and admission prices visit Brantwood

The World Of Beatrix Potter
The World Of Beatrix Potter attraction gives you the opportunity to celebrate Beatrix Potter's 23 enchanting stories. Each one brought to life right before your eyes, you will feel like you are walking amongst the pages of her books. 

Peter Rabbits garden is available for you to wander through admiring all the fruit and vegetables growing. You can even try some in the cafe.

The World of Beatrix Potter is open every day of the year with the exception of Christmas Day and a short period of closure in Jan/Feb for maintenance.

Summer opening hours (April – October) 10am – 5.30pm
Winter opening hours (November – March) 10am – 4.30pm

The World Of Beatrix Potter, Crag Brow, Bowness-on-Windermere, Cumbria, UK, LA23 3BX

For more information and admission prices visit The World of Beatrix Potter

garden at hill top

Hill Top
A visit to The Lake District wouldn't be the same without a visit to Hill Top. Visiting Hill Top allows you to enjoy the tales of Beatrix Potter. The Farmhouse Retreat is full of her favourite things and the cottage inspired her stories and her love for the Lake District. 

The lovely cottage garden is a haphazard mix of flowers, herbs, fruit and vegetables. Make your way up the garden path to the front door and see for yourself why Beatrix loved this place. Bought in 1905 with proceeds from her first book, the Tale of Peter Rabbit, she used Hill Top itself and the surrounding countryside as inspiration for many of her subsequent books.

Hill Top is open daily with a usual opening hours of 0am-5pm however please do check before you visit. 

Hill Top, Near Sawrey, Hawkshead, Ambleside, Cumbria, LA22 0LF

For more information and admission prices visit Hill Top


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Top 9 Things To Do At Coral Island, Blackpool

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This post was last updated July 2023 by Michelle 

Visiting Blackpool is something we have been doing as a family for years. It's one of our favourite places to visit when we head to Blackpool. Parking is close by so our day usually starts and ends at Coral Island as there is so much to see and do and it's the perfect place to visit on a family day out in Blackpool. Unfortunately we don't always get the weather we would like in England so it's nice to know that no matter what the weather we can be entertained and keep the kids busy too.

Boy pretending to be a pirate
Coral Island, Central Promenade, Blackpool, FY1 5DW
Coral Island is the largest free admission attraction in Blackpool featuring games, rides, restaurants, camel derby, Over 18 casino games and family prize bingo. They also offer Kids Eat Free - All Day Every Day in all of their restaurants. It's east to reach we usually just head towards the Blackpool Tower and you can't miss it. If you are planning a visit to Blackpool then here's are top things to do at Coral Island

boy playing on penny aracde
boy playing on penny aracde
boy playing on penny aracde
2p Machines
There is a large range of machines at Coral Island but little J's favourites were the 2p machines. We gave him a tub full of 2p's and he really enjoyed watching his two pence make its way down the machine. He got so excited when his 2p knocked a load off the edge

ticket machines at the Arcade

Try To Win Tickets
Most of the machines at Coral Island offer you the chance to win tickets. If you are lucky enough to win tickets you can feed them all in to the ticket eater and collect your voucher for the amount of tickets you have won. Pop to the prize shop and swap your ticket voucher for some goodies.

Camel Derby
This game is called so many different names, Arabian Derby, Donkey Derby or Camel Derby as it is called in Coral Island. The game is simple you get 3 balls and you have to roll the balls into the holes to get points. Each hole is worth either 1, 2 or 3 points. Your camel will move the amount spaces depending on which hole your ball rolls in too. If you are the first to finish you win a prize. When we played all 19 spaces were full. We had 15 games between us but didn't manage a win. The staff member on the game let little J choose a prize for trying which was really lovely of him.

Prize Bingo
This is my favourite game. Pop in £1 and you will get 100 credits. Each board costs 10 credits and the screen has 6 boards to play. if you want to play all boards this will cost you 60p. It is really easy to play as the numbers will mark off automatically for you so perfect for all the family. The number of players taking part determine the size of the prize available. For the games we played the winner got 150 points. We won a few times and where able to redeem our points for a Toy Story Forky Teddy. Little J was thrilled.

Play On The Arcade Machines
There are so many arcade games to choose from at Coral Island. Both John and little J love playing on the games and this VR game caught their eye. 

boy on ride in arcade
Coral Island, Blackpool
Coral Island, Blackpool
Take A Ride
There are two rides to enjoy at Coral Island, the Ghost Train and The Pirate Flyer. Little J did not want to ride the Ghost train however he loved The Pirate Flyer. The ride takes you high in the air above Coral Island giving you great views of everything there is to do. If you sit in the front of the pirate flyer you get a pretend gun so you can shoot those down below. 

Coral Island, Blackpool
Coral Island, Blackpool
Let Zoltar Read Your Fortune
I was so excited when I saw the Zoltar machine and for those that have seen the Tom Hanks movie BIG you will know why. The Zoltar machine speaks your fortune and then will pop out a card so you can read it yourself. Our fortune told us to choose our friends carefully and happiness is in our future.
Restaurant at Coral island
Restaurant at Coral island
Restaurant at Coral island
Enjoy A Choice Of Food and Kids Eat Free
There are a few dining options at Coral Island and all offer Kids Eat Free. We dined at The Buccaneer and the food was delicious. There was a large range of starters, mains and desserts with the children having their own menu.

Starters included garlic bread, nachos and garlic mushrooms. Mains included burgers, curry and chicken, and desserts included a choice of ice cream type desserts and cakes.

There is an option to dine inside or outside on decking overlooking the amusements. Inside there are large TV screens and a bar area.

Kids Eat Free All Day Every Day at Coral Island. There is no vouchers required all you need to do is order and adults meal and a child's meal will be given free of charge.

Have Fun
Coral island, Blackpool
Make sure you plan lots of time to spend here as you will need it with the amount of things to see and do. I can promise you that you will have lots of fun at Coral Island.

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The Winnie The Pooh Show

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Disclosure - We have been gifted tickets to see The Winnie The Pooh Show in return for this post. 

Take a Grand new adventure with Disney’s Winnie the Pooh this year as Disney’s magical new stage musical Winnie the Pooh will bounce into theatres this summer featuring incredible life-size puppetry of all your favourite friends from Hundred Acre Wood. It’s a sensational sweet treat for all the family.

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Deep in the Hundred Acre Wood, an exciting new adventure is about to happen…A.A. Milne’s beloved characters Winnie the Pooh, Piglet and all their friends will feature in this enchanting new stage adaptation told through the eyes of the unforgettable characters that have played iconic roles in the lives of children for generations.

winnie the pooh show
The Winnie The Pooh show brings exciting new stories for Pooh, Piglet, Eeyore, Kanga, Roo, Rabbit, Owl and Tigger too though stunning life-size puppetry!

Presented by Jonathan’s Rockefeller Productions in partnership with ROYO and Disney Theatrical Productions, Disney’s Winnie the Pooh also includes such familiar songs as Winnie the Pooh, A Rather Blustery Day and The Wonderful Thing About Tiggers, which were written by multiple Grammy Awards winners Robert and Richard Sherman for various animated featurettes and anthologies. It also has some songs by author A.A. Milne and an original score by Nate Edmondson, a longtime collaborator of Rockefeller.

The Winnie The Pooh show

In a brand new story inspired by the beloved books by A. A. Milne and the classic Disney featurettes, Pooh meets his best friend Christopher Robin every day for honey after breakfast. But then one day, Christopher isn’t there and Pooh has to fend for himself and find some honey. Along the way, he encounters Piglet, Eeyore, Rabbit, Owl, Kanga, Roo and Tigger too.

15 Jul - 16 Jul, Aberdeen -His Majesty's Theatre

18 Jul - 19 Jul, Edinburgh - Edinburgh Festival Theatre

20 Jul - 22 Jul, Glasgow - King's Theatre

24 Jul - 26 Jul, Manchester - Opera House

28 Jul - 30 Jul, Dublin - Bord Gáis Energy Theatre

1 Aug - 2 Aug, York - Grand Opera House

3 Aug - 5 Aug, Cardiff - Wales Millennium Centre

7 Aug - 9 Aug, Newcastle - Theatre Royal

11 Aug - 13 Aug, Guildford - Yvonne Arnaud

14 Aug - 16 Aug, Blackpool - Grand Theatre

18 Aug - 20 Aug, Canterbury - Marlowe Theatre

22 Aug - 23 Aug, Exeter - Northcott Theatre

25 Aug - 27 Aug, Southend - Cliffs Pavilion

29 Aug - 30 Aug, High Wycombe - Swan Theatre

31 Aug - 2 Sep, Cheltenham - Everyman Theatre

You can find out more about by visiting The Winnie The Pooh Show

If you would like to win a pair of tickets to the 24th July 2023 at the Manchester Opera House at 5pm enter the giveaway below and pop back daily for bonus chances to win. 

T&Cs below:
If winners have any access needs please let us know before the show (can we just say to contact whoever reaches out to them from your side and then they can flag to me?)  
The prize is as stated and is non-transferable. All tickets are subject to availability.
Age guidance Recommended 3+. Children over 18 months must be allocated to their own seat
Regretfully in the event that the event/concert is cancelled by the artist/promoter, tickets for alternative event/concerts will not be provided to winners

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5 Best Women’s Watches for Hiking

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Hiking is an exciting outdoor pursuit that necessitates dependable equipment such as durable boots, a sturdy backpack, and, naturally, a reliable timepiece. An ideal hiking watch for women should possess ruggedness, waterproof capabilities, and essential features to elevate the hiking experience. Let’s examine five top-notch women's watches designed for hiking. Each watch possesses distinctive features and capabilities to cater to a myriad of preferences and budgets.

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Casio G-Shock GBA-800
Casio G-Shock GBA-800 is a popular choice for hikers due to its sturdy design and advanced features. This digital gear is specifically engineered to endure challenging conditions, with its shock-resistant structure and 200-meter water resistance. Its rugged exterior is complemented by a comfortable resin strap, ensuring a secure fit during outdoor adventures.

With a built-in accelerometer, this Casio model tracks steps, calories burned, and distance, making it an excellent fitness companion on the trails. Priced at approximately £100, the G-Shock GBA-800 offers exceptional value considering its durability and functionality.

Breitling Aerospace Evo
Breitling Aerospace Evo is an excellent choice for hiking enthusiasts who value luxury and precision. This Swiss-made timepiece is meticulously crafted with attention to detail, combining elegance and exceptional performance. Apart from the piece, there is a Horus Strap for Breitling watches made of rubber that boasts weather- and sweat-resistant features. Its lightweight titanium case ensures durability and resistance to impacts.

With solid features like a chronograph, countdown timer, and second-time zone display, the Aerospace model offers versatility. The illuminated hands and numerals ensure easy readability in low-light conditions. Priced at around £3,000, the Breitling Aerospace Evo is a worthwhile investment for those seeking unmatched quality and style.

Samsung Galaxy Watch Active2
Samsung Galaxy Watch is a versatile smartwatch suitable for both urban and outdoor adventures. It seamlessly transitions from the hiking trails to everyday life with its sleek design and intuitive interface.

The Active2 watch comes equipped with a heart rate monitor, GPS, and various fitness tracking features to help hikers monitor their progress and enhance their performance. Its 5ATM water resistance ensures durability in wet conditions. The Galaxy Watch Active2 model enables seamless connectivity with smartphones, allowing users to receive notifications and control music on the move. Priced at approximately £250, this hiking smartwatch offers a perfect balance between functionality and affordability.

Garmin Fenix 6S Pro
Garmin Fenix 6S Pro is a high-performance multi-sport watch designed for outdoor enthusiasts, particularly avid hikers. Its sturdy construction incorporates a stainless steel bezel and a scratch-resistant sapphire crystal, ensuring durability in harsh environments.

This Fenix watch offers advanced navigation features, such as topographic mapping and turn-by-turn directions, which prove invaluable for exploring unfamiliar trails. The Garmin piece provides comprehensive activity tracking, including heart rate monitoring, sleep analysis, and advanced training metrics. With a price range of approximately £500, the Fenix 6S Pro caters to serious hikers in search of a dependable companion for their outdoor adventures.

Suunto 9 Baro
Suunto 9 Baro is a highly durable and reliable GPS watch designed specifically for outdoor adventures. With its robust construction, which includes a sapphire crystal and a stainless steel bezel, it ensures resistance against extreme conditions. The Suunto watch offers an impressive battery life of up to 120 hours in GPS mode, making it perfect for long hiking trips. The Baro model provides advanced navigation features, altitude tracking, and a weather trend indicator to assist hikers in decision-making.

Suunto 9 Baro monitors more than 80 sports activities and provides personalised training insights. Priced at approximately £400, this hiking watch is an invaluable companion for female hikers serious about their adventures.

When it comes to selecting a hiking watch for women, there are several important factors to consider: durability, functionality, and style. The watch models mentioned above are all excellent options with unique features that cater to various preferences and budgets. Whether you prioritise ruggedness, luxury, smart features, advanced navigation, or long battery life, you can find a suitable timepiece for your needs.

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How To Make Twitch Viewing Pleasant Again

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With all the inter-streamer dramas between influencers being made more than they should, communities at loggerheads, and large names being absorbed by new, well-paying platforms like Kick, it’s not hard to see why many people have become relatively disillusioned by Twitch.

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While it’s true that taking measures to block Twitch ads that have become increasingly intrusive can help improve your viewing experience, it’s harder to get over the cultural changes or tiresome UI faults that can make your experience less enjoyable.

So, let’s discuss how to make Twitch viewing pleasant again, even if you’re a relatively light consumer of the platform. Or, perhaps you could decide to add your own voice to the pile, producing your own content by downloading Open Broadcast Software (OBS), hooking up your game capture plugin, and showing us your excellent plays.

Regardless, enjoying the platform again is the first step to contributing to it. In this post, then, we’ll help you achieve exactly that

Use Third-Party, Feature Enriched Tools
You’d be surprised how better user features can make the viewing experience much better to deal with. With a browser extension like BetterTTV, you can view more emotes, set your own custom emotes for your channel, switch around the dimensions of the layout (such as flipping chat from right to left on your second monitor), and also add many smaller conveniences, like timestamping chats etc. In some cases, tools can better help you block ads or even set time limits for how much you watch. If you have a particular need, apps like this can help you.

Follow Per Game, Not Per Streamer
It’s very easy to get tired of the viewing experience, especially if you’re watching the same content repeatedly. Sure, there’s nothing wrong with following distinct personalities you like, but you may be able to find a few gems if you follow the games or content you like, such as seeing small-time musicians, smaller streamers putting real effort into their content, and more. 

Following per game can also help you identify if a certain title is something you’d like to buy or not, giving yourself the space to detach from streamers and explore on your own. That’s always healthy, after all. Moreover, it could inspire you to begin streaming your own content, using what you’ve learned to present the games you really love and do so for the love of it, not for building an audience.

Remove The Obligation By Following Events
It’s very easy to feel “obligated” to certain streamers, particularly your friends if they’re going live and trying to push content out. This can remove the love of the platform for you, making it feel like a second job. Just turn up when you want to, and never feel obligated to donate to people or join online communities outside of Twitch. There’s something to be said for being a passive observer, and of course, other streaming services and platforms exist if you’d like some differentiation.

With this advice, you’re sure to make Twitch viewing pleasant again, in the best possible way.

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