I've wanted to start a podcast for a while. It's actually happening this May. I've tossed around several concepts, but I ultimately settled on The Board Game Bartender (and yes, I did buy the domain).
I plan to run the following segments:
A "Weekly Special" where I dive into a board game that I enjoy, talking about the . . .
Ready to Roll in Reno
I'm currently sitting in a hotel room in Reno, Nevada. This is the second time I've been in a casino city (I was in Vegas for IBD's Chart School in 2015) and had no clue how to spend my time between obligations. I stopped drinking in November of 2017, and unlike Vegas, Britney Spears and Weird Al aren't performing. I don't . . .
To upgrade, please reboot.
I have an ongoing joke with some of my friends that I'm currently running version 4.0 of myself. What the previous versions are isn't well defined, but in my lifetime, I've undergone the following dramatic transitions:
For a long time, I wanted to be a mermaid. I've always loved the ocean, and I'm constantly singing . . .
TL;DR: I try something new every day and write about my top Three New Things every week. Last week was primarily board game focused because it was Who's Yer Con weekend.
Who's Yer Con- Friday
This past weekend, I attended my first
Hoosier Who's Yer Con. It was a board game lover's paradise- an entire weekend filled with just . . .
If your Superbowl Sunday was anything like mine, you spent the day in a Nyquil coma. Even if you were watching the game, you probably missed out on a couple of things. In my efforts to catch up on everything that happened yesterday, I stumbled across several notable things that happened that weren't shown on Fox.
To Do: Add to Goodreads shelf.
After only just picking up several of the fantastic books that came out last year (Easy Go, The First Confessor, and The Luminaries among them), I've decided to look towards the coming year in the hopes that I don't wait until The Goodreads Choice Awards to catch up.
Without any further ado, here are the books that I'm looking . . .
AKA The Systematic Rejection of Video Games I've Purchased
My name is Lindsey Saxton and I have a problem. Like many of my fellow PC gamers, I'm addicted to HumbleBundle and the seasonal Steam Sales. Before I started the Steam Library Challenge, I owned 209 videogames on Steam, and I'd only played 15 of them (~7%). Two months ago, I decided to change that by systematically playing every game . . .