Humanistic Perspectives

Speaking from experience, I want nothing more in life than to feel like I have a greater purpose. A sense of self-fulfillment has always wandered through my head as I have continued the search for love, purpose, goals, and a proverbial successful life. Some psychologists believe that a person’s experiences facilitate a much greater role in developing his or her self-worth.

Board Game Night: Fantastic Beasts Perilous Pursuit

One of the first games we picked up before starting our more expansive board game collection was a dice rolling cooperative game themed around the new Fantastic Beasts movies in the Harry Potter universe. We had absolutely zero knowledge of the gameplay when we bought it. Instead, we focused entirely on the aspect that it was a Harry Potter themed game. The outcome was one of pleasant surprise.

World Redhead Day

Today is a day to honor and send love to all of your redheaded friends and family! I can never remember which day of the year is World Redhead Day, but given the Facebook notifications I’ve received today, it seems like my questions have been answered. Today is a day all about ME!

Memorial Day

While the technical definition set by the United States government is that Memorial Day is the last Monday in May and celebrated as an honor to all of the men and women that lost their lives in the service of the United States military, it can mean so much more.

Sunday Suggestions

While this is a rather outdated premise, I have always enjoyed sharing some of my hobbies, joys, current interests with people. It’s a selfish endeavor in which I’ve partaken throughout my life. Sharing something great is always a good feeling, especially when the person with whom you shared the interest partakes and enjoys it as well.

Accepting the Unacceptable

Beyond the cliché of life’s inevitable nuances, (taxes, sickness, death, etc), sits other inevitable qualities that every person will eventually have to commit to acceptance. Without that acceptance, every person will be forced to wade into a non-existent oblivion for an endless amount of time.

Board Game Night: Stone Age

It is ancient times, and you are the overseer of a small village of people that have next to nothing to their name. It is your job throughout the game to strategically place your game pieces in different areas on the board with the hopes of advancing your village and scoring the most victory points.