I’ve always loved camping and being in the outdoors. Living in the middle of nowhere for half of my life, I developed various skills and learnt many things to help me not only survive, but be comfortable in the wild. But as much as I thought I knew, I stumbled upon a collection of exciting ideas which I thought was ingenious and mind-blowing at the same time.
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“Anyone who stops learning is old, whether at 20 or 80. Anyone who keeps learning stays young. The greatest thing in life is to keep your mind young.”
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This little game had us both in tears the last time I played it… And the time before that, we were both smiling so much our cheeks hurt… It’s simple, easy, in-the-moment, and you can play it with your lover, a friend, on a date, or with someone you’ve just met. Below is a description of the game, an excerpt from our Games Night Manual. The full version, with lots of other connection-building games, is included for everyone who signs up for the ACL training.
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Here is another Spirographically supra-dimensional web of hand gestures. And this time out, I skipped RPS-13 and went straight for FIFTEEN gestures. SO by now you may notice the puzzle layout isn't changing; I'm just inserting new symbols into the already established one (allowing the existing RPS-7, 9, and 11 games to still work within RPS-15).
Courtesy of My-Inspirational-Quotes.com 1. Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things that you didn’t do than by the ones you did do. So throw off the bowlines.
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Game Slang I sometimes find myself so immersed in video game culture that I forget… not all my friends play. A few months back, I responded to a text from my friend Grasie Mercedes, a writer on HelloGiggles. The gist of our mid-conversation went like this: