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On the other hand, many people find themselves too busy with everyday life to devote much time to studying. Fortunately, there are quite a few simple ways to sharpen your trivia skills, and most of them won't take much time at all. Reading the daily newspapers is one of the very best ways to keep up with what's going on in the world, and it's never been easier to access a multitude of sources.
Take advantage of technology by checking out a variety of news sources from around the world. Reading the main news sections is imperative, but don't forget the sections that you might not otherwise pay attention to.
At least skim headlines and opening paragraphs in sections like Sports, Entertainment, and Business. Most trivia-based game shows will feature at least a few questions based on current events, so this is the easiest way to keep yourself up to date. Watching the news on television can also help, but seeing the names and locations of world events in print will help you retain them better than hearing them quickly spoken by your local TV news anchor. If you're already a fan of doing the daily crossword, you know how much trivia is involved with them.
If not, well it's time to get started! Crossword puzzles are a great way to get your brain working on random bits of knowledge, and since you can find plenty of different puzzles online and in the daily newspaper, there's an unlimited supply of them for you to access. The good thing about crosswords is that, even if you end up having to look up the answer, you're still picking up new bits of trivia as you go.