Wednesday, September 30, 2015
The Road to Being a Healthier Gamer: September Update!
Or maybe that's just wishful thinking on my part considering how this month went…
That last statement makes it sound worse than it actually is, really. In truth, this month has been more of a test of consistency more than anything else. What do I mean? Well, I'm glad you asked…
Tuesday, September 22, 2015
The "Broken Record" Syndrome
If you'd like to catch up, so far we've covered the "Oooooh, Shiny!" Syndrome where you just have to buy the all the new things, the "Bandwagon" Syndrome when someone jumps on the proverbial bandwagon of the new hotness or whatever is broken this month, and the "Collectors" Syndrome that plagues some of us into concentrating all our efforts on one focused collection. We've even reached into the "Comfort Zone" Syndrome where some of us refuse to try new things/games/factions/etc., and finally we addressed the "Hobby-Hammer" Syndrome where you plan and over-plan a project until it gets to the point that you never actually complete said project.
If you've not read any or all of the above Syndromes I've analyzed so far, click their titles above for a link to each article. Otherwise, let's dive into the newest of the hobby-related maladies that I've discovered recently…
The "Broken Record" Syndrome.
Friday, September 11, 2015
Remembering 9/11, Those Lost and Those Who've Lost
I may have been a little absent from the blog for the past two weeks (which will change by the way, I have a lot of stuff planned for this little corner of the internet), but I wanted to ask that we take a moment to remember this day.
Be you an citizen of the U.S.A. or not, I ask that you remember the lives lost, the sacrifices made, and the loved ones who still wake up on this date every year in mourning. Not for political reasons, and not because you agree or disagree whatever your religious beliefs are or aren't. I ask because I believe the gaming community I'm a part of is a good one to the core of who they are despite our myriad of differences, and this was a tragedy that did not have to happen.
If you comment, comment in a way to honor those lost and who've lost as this is a memorial posting.
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