This can be done in Prison and juvenile detention (except for a memory test) with gym being free. There was an update which added 5 more Mind and Body activities: Reading books, Going on a Diet, Gardening, Martial Arts, and Walks.
Salinger Novel 277 15 The Cat in the Hat Dr. Seuss Children's Picture Book 73 6 The Palestine Prophecy James Redfield Novel 278 17 The Color Purple Alice Walker Historical Fiction 347 15 The Communist Manifesto Karl Marx Non-Fiction 30 17 The Count of Monte Crisco Alexandre Dumas Historical Fiction 1276 16 The Crucible Arthur Miller Tragedy 143 16 The Da Vinci Code Dan Brown Crime Fiction 466 16 The Diary of a Young Girl Anne Frank Autobiography 283 14 The Divine Comedy Dante Alighieri Poetry 798 17 The Five Love Languages Gary Chapman Self-Help 126 15 The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo Stain Larson Crime Fiction 672 17 The Giving Tree She Silverstein Children's Picture Book 31 6 The Godfather Mario Puzo Crime Fiction 448 19 Happiness -4 The Good Earth Pearl S. Buck Historical Fiction 418 15 The Great Gatsby F. Scott Fitzgerald Novel 200 16 The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy Douglas Adams Science Fiction 216 13 The Hunger Games Suzanne Collins Fantasy 374 13 The Importance of Being Earnest Oscar Wilde Comedy 76 14 The Joy of Cooking Irma S. Bomber Cookbook 1152 13 The Kite Runner Khaled Hosseini Historical Fiction 371 16 The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe C.S. Lewis Fantasy 208 11 The Little Engine That Could Fatty Piper Children's Picture Book 48 6 The Lord of the Rings J.R.R.
List of Gardening actions Cutting back the plants Fertilizing the shrubs Filling all the birdbaths with water and bird feeders with seeds Planting some Pruning the trees Pulling all the weeds Raking the leaves Trimming the shrubs Some physical ailments can be contracted at the gym such as ringworm or athlete's foot, but these go away quickly after aging or seeing the doctor.
You can also find a “deep awareness” of yourself, meaning you'll know a random stat like say athleticism or fertility. A professional athlete ’s life takes a lot of hard work, and Billie requires quite a bit of dedication for you to earn your time in the spotlight.
© Provided by GamePurTo become a professional athlete, you want to focus on increasing your character’s look and health as early as possible before they reach college. When they become 18, you can choose to change their diet to assist with this, but making sure they hit the gym and go on walks often is an excellent way to keep the health stat high.
Once you graduate, you gain the option to apply for the open draft, and based on your skill, a team will randomly pick you. From there, it’s all about practicing, watching your skill at the position you choose in your sport, potentially being traded to other teams, and working at the professional level.
A professional athlete ’s life takes a lot of hard work, and Billie requires quite a bit of dedication for you to earn your time in the spotlight. To become a professional athlete, you want to focus on increasing your character’s look and health as early as possible before they reach college.
When they become 18, you can choose to change their diet to assist with this, but making sure they hit the gym and go on walks often is an excellent way to keep the health stat high. Once you graduate, you gain the option to apply for the open draft, and based on your skill, a team will randomly pick you.
From there, it’s all about practicing, watching your skill at the position you choose in your sport, potentially being traded to other teams, and working at the professional level. Candy writer is the gift that keeps on giving, providing us with a wealth of updates for our favorite text-based life simulator.
In this guide, we’re going to detail everything that’s new in the Mind & Body update, including the new Surprise Me option, new diseases, activities, and more. If it’s something else you’re looking for, make sure to check out our Complete Guide to Billie, where we provide links to everything we’ve written before.
Surprise Me is a great new option that allows the game to make the tough decisions for you. If you’re completely stuck on how to proceed, or just can’t be bothered, you can now hit Surprise Me whenever you have to make a decision and Billie will choose one at random.
So Candy writer wasn’t specific about the exact diseases we can expect to see in Billie post-update, but it did mention something about us using our imagination. There’s also a new disease system that lets you see the exact symptoms your Billie character is experiencing in all of their nasty glory.
Billie ‘s Bit League sports update has added the new professional athlete career choice! Players can now train and become professional athletes and be paid to play the sports they love.
However, much like real life, the path to becoming a professional athlete is a long and arduous road, so you’ll need to be prepared. Most of the professional sports teams in the Billie League are based in the US, so for the easiest time just start in the US.
To become a professional athlete, you need to start conditioning your body early on in your life. Age up until you hit 8 years old, at which point you can start taking martial arts classes and go for walks.
Choose one martial art and then repeatedly take the classes over and over again until you stop moving up in belt colors. Do all of these activities once every year for the best chance at giving your character a high athleticism stat, which is hidden until you try out for a team.
When the game prompts you to join a club/team, it’ll finally reveal your athleticism stat. Try to join a team as soon as you start your first year in high school, as this will give you the most time to grow.
Make sure to keep working on your body and also go into your Education menu and go to your activities to find your sport. You will be promoted to team captain if your performance is high, which looks wonderful on your professional athlete resume.
Once you graduate high school, you have two choices: you can either directly apply a professional sports team (which almost always end in failure) or you can hope that you get drafted, which is more likely to happen. The higher team position you were in by the time you graduate from college, the better your chance of getting drafted.
When you finally make the team, you will unlock the fame section of your stats as if you became famous through any other means. This means you’ll need to go on walks, hit the gym, go on a diet, and all that healthy good stuff.
If you’re not performing well you risk getting kicked off the team, and you definitely don’t want to happen considering how tough it is to even make it this far. As your body puts out energy through exercise and training, you need to replenish those lost nutrients, which can be done by choosing the right foods.
Blackberries, raspberries and blueberries are just a handful of the delicious berries that are rich in antioxidants, which need to be replenished after physical activity. Darker berries contain phytochemicals and other protective elements that prevent oxidative stress that occurs in the body during strenuous activities.
This oily fish is packed with lean, muscle-building protein and omega-3 fatty acids, which reduces the inflammation that can happen with continual athletic activity. It is also a natural artery cleanser, helping to prevent heart disease, which can affect even the most active people.
Get creative and enjoy salmon in burgers, salads or pastas to get the recommended eight ounce serving per week. Unlike meat, beans and legumes don’t have saturated fat and contain fiber, which will help you feel fuller longer.
Keep in mind that pasta contains fiber, which can cause gastrointestinal stress, so don’t overdo it before a big event where you’ll be competing or playing. Bananas are a low-calorie, excellent source of natural electrolytes, which need to be replaced after a workout or sporting event.
Eating one banana will help you regulate your fluid intake (since you’re drinking more water before, after and during physical exertion). Dark, leafy greens such as spinach and kale, as well as broccoli, cauliflower and Brussels sprouts are rich in antioxidants, vitamins and minerals to boost your athletic abilities.
Kale contains carotenoids and flavonoids, two power antioxidants, and fiber, which helps lower cholesterol. Radishes, watermelon, bell peppers, spinach, celery, dates and oranges are just a handful of the refreshing foods you can eat to replenish your lost fluids.
If you’re tired of downing water bottles (not that you shouldn’t), opt for one of these snacks to feel refreshed after exercising. They’re high in vitamin and mineral content and contain the levels of potassium, iron, manganese and copper athletes need for healthy muscles.
Oatmeal is an excellent source of energy carbs for athletes and is high in fiber, helping you feel fuller, longer. Quickly absorbed by the body, it lacks fat and cholesterol, which makes it an ideal formula for athletes to consume.
The monounsaturated fats found in olive oil have anti-inflammatory properties, which athletes need when putting so much stress on their bodies. Coconut oil is filled with medium chain triglycerides (MCTS), which can help with your endurance during a grueling workout.
Many athletes consume cherry juice as another way to lower exercise-based muscle damage, which can help reduce soreness. These foods provide the restorative, energy-boosting properties necessary to stay healthy while putting your body through exercise or other endurance activities.