Teaching Games: Taking the Competitive out of Me.

I’m a competitive player by nature. I enjoy winning. I love the feeling of accomplishment. When I would lose, I would take it hard and get upset. I didn’t like losing. I liked winning. That changed when I was introduced into teaching games and furthering my hobby. Last year I was invited to a game …

Isolation vs Board Games: How a Board Game Convention and Social Media Helped me at Origins 2019

Back in 2014, my wife and I took our kids down to Oviedo, Florida to visit some family. I also purchased a ticket to MegaCon, a pop culture convention in Orlando. This was my chance to meet two of my favorite people, Adam Baldwin from Firefly and Chuck and Stan “The Man” Lee. I arrived …

My love for games and charity

“The games are nothing without the people at the table.” Back in High School, I remember the joy I had playing ridiculously long games of Monopoly with my friends on a Saturday afternoon. When college came, I left board games and the hobby, not knowing instead the industry had more to offer than just Clue, …