Gift Guide for K-Pop Fans

I’ve made other gift guides for various fandoms, including my ultimate gift guide for geeks, but with my latest love of K-Pop being a thing I decided to make one specifically for the K-Pop fans.

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How To Celebrate Halloween At Home

With COVID-19 still making it’s presence known and keeping events small or cancelled, the fate of Halloween feels to be at stake. But don’t fear, you can still find ways to celebrate with others from the safety of home. Here are some suggestions for things you can do.

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How To Enjoy Broadway From Home

Broadway recently announced that they will be closed throughout the rest of the year because of COVID19. Like me, many Broadway fans are bummed that this season has come to such a premature end. But there are still ways to enjoy the musical magic of theatre from home.

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Beginner’s Guide to the Bangtan Universe

The Bangtan Universe, also knows as the BTS Universe, is a story line inspired by the members of the band BTS. Through their music videos, short films, books, and a comic, the story of seven friends learning to overcome their traumas and tragedies has been perfectly tucked away for the most devote fans to explore. I happened on the BU on accident and would have loved a guide on how to explore this story, so I am making one for all future BU beginners.

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Beginner’s Tips for Animal Crossing: New Horizons

I, like many others, have been playing Animal Crossing: New Horizons. It is my first time ever playing an Animal Crossing game and I have seen many other newbies join the fun. So I decided to share some quick tips I have learned from my own bumbling about in case you are brand new too.

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Geeky Things To Do When You’re Stuck Inside

Much like everyone else right now, I can’t escape all of the talk and news of the coronavirus. Because of this, my brain hasn’t been able to get post ideas made. So for today’s post, I’m going to share a list of things you can do if you are stuck inside for any reason.

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Beginner’s Guide to Anime

There are so many different fandoms out there and sometimes you don’t even know where to start. One of those fandoms for me is anime which I have just started to dive deeper into. So I reached out to fellow geeky bloggers to share their advice on getting into the wonderful world of Japanese animation.

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How to Teach Board Games Based on Learning Styles

Back in my undergrad days when I would mentor first-year students, we’d cover the different learning styles to better their understanding of how they can learn the best in college. One thing in the geek world that always involves learning is board games. So I am sharing ways to teach people board games based on their learning style.

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Gift Guide for Geeky Bloggers

Many bloggers, myself included, have put out a gift guide or a few for different fandoms and geek types. But what about a gift guide for the content creators of all things geeky? Look no further as I am going to recommend some gift ideas for the geeky content creator in your life.

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How To Geekify Your Desk Space

There are many ways to add a geeky touch to your workspaces, whether you want to geek up your desk at work or just really personalize your office at home. Since I recently started my new job and have a desk of my own, I go to do just this and I’m sharing how I went about it and what I added.

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How To Maximize One Day At Disneyland

One of the cool things about Disneyland is that you can go and enjoy the park all in one day. Of course, we’d want to spend as much time as we can at the happiest place on Earth, but sometimes that is not the most doable. So I am sharing how I maximize my single-day trips to Disneyland.

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A Geek Girl’s Guide to Travel

I have traveled a ton, especially in the last few years. From traveling around the country four different times, to shorter adventures to just one location, I have gained a lot of knowledge for travel and have my tricks of the trade. So whether you are traveling to a con or for vacation, this post will be full of my tips for all kinds of travel. Continue reading

How To Discover New Board Games

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We really are in a board game renaissance and there are now tons and tons of new board games coming out. It’s pretty overwhelming to sift through every new game that hits a shelf, and some that only hit Kickstarter. So here is how you can start searching for new games in the great tabletop sea. Continue reading

How To Geekify Date Night

As a geek, finding another geek to call my significant other has been quite lovely. So with Valentine’s Day this week, I thought it would be a fun post to share how to geekify your dates, whether with a new prospect or your long term partner. Continue reading

How To Discover New Indie Games

When it comes to video games, I really love indie games. I basically only play indie games and very, very rarely play anything else. So I figured I’d share some tips and places I learn about new indie video games. Continue reading

Geeky Ways to Recover from Burnout

We are just over two weeks into the new year, and I am already tired. Tired enough that I have lost the motivation to do many things, including blog. With this feeling, plus the topic of burnout buzzing around the internet, I figured what better way to beat it than by writing about it. So here are some tips to making recovery from burnout a little bit geekier. Continue reading

How To Find Great Mobile Games

I was asked a while ago how I find mobile games to play, especially amongst the sea of Candy Crush parodies and infuriating pay to play models. So I decided to collect my tips on finding great mobile games into a post! Continue reading

How To Choose A Con To Attend

For many geeks, conventions are a way to connect to the communities they are a part of and immerse themselves in the fandoms they love. And there are so many different conventions out there now for all types of fandoms and groups, it can be hard to find the best one for you. So here is a guide to help you figure out ways to choose a con for you. Continue reading

How To Not Break The Bank on Games

I like to think that I get my thrifty skills from my mom, who we call the ultimate shopper because she can always find the deal on literally anything. I channel that energy into video games, and never buy a game full price ever. With the holidays coming, a bunch of sales, and new games coming out all of the time, I have some tips and tricks to share if you want to do the same. Continue reading

How To Do Halloween On A Budget

Any and every holiday can break the bank if you’re not careful. And if you’re very into Halloween, it’s even easier to spend more than you probably should. But it’s actually pretty easy to have a budget-conscious Halloween, and here’s how.  Continue reading

How To Plan A Disneyland Trip

So somehow I haven’t ~technically~ written a post with a generic planning a trip to Disneyland. The existing posts I have are more specific, being planning for Disneyland during Halloween and doing Disneyland like a SoCalian. So here, as my last post from this recent trip, I share a generic planning guide for a trip to Disneyland and DCA.  Continue reading

Disney MaxPass Review and How To

If you read my Disneyland Recap from my most recent trip, you’ll see I mentioned MaxPass a few times and that is was amazing. Well in this post I am going to go into a more in-depth review and also a how-to so you can utilize its features to the most benefit.  Continue reading

How To Geekify Your Self Care

It’s that time of year where I can get a little bit stressed. The semester has started, deadlines are coming up, and the transition into the fall brings new challenges and responsibilities. So in order to keep going, I need a bit of self care. So why not geekify it?  Continue reading

How To Subtley Geekify Your Holidays

We all love our geeky sides, but sometimes we don’t need it to be in your face as much as just a subtle ode to our favorite fandoms. So if you’re the kind of geeky who wants to add a little bit of geeky into the holidays, then here are some suggestions for keeping it subtle but fitting for your favorite things.  Continue reading

How To Do Disneyland Like A SoCalian

I enjoy a trip to Disney as much as the next gal, and being from Southern California has given me unique experiences and many chances at visiting the happiest place on Earth. Now it’s my time to share my tips for doing Disney like the SoCalian* that I am. Continue reading

Video Games for Non-Gamers

I have pretty recently actually started playing games regularly, and before this I would play a video game once in like a four-five year period. I didn’t grow up a gamer, but have grown an appreciation for different games. However, I still don’t have the hand-eye coordination for gaming, so these gateway games are certainly for others that lack this special skill.

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Ilvermorny Sorting Guide

Just this week, Pottermore released a sorting quiz for the American wizarding school, Ilvermorny. And, of course, the sea of people that is the Potter fandom went to the site to be sorted, as did I. But, after being sorted, my biggest question was “What does this mean?” And now this is your guide to understanding your new house.

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How To Be A Band Geek (Without Being In Band)

So I was a band geek, still kind of am even though I stopped marching 2 years ago. But after spending 5 years working to be at the top levels, it stays with you forever. And I don’t think you had to have a direct connection with marching band to appreciate it, and here is how you can.

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How To Teach Board Games

I play games often, so I end up teaching others how to play often. And while some games are pretty easy to explain, there are some with hundreds of steps in one turn, and then hundreds of turns to end a game. But, I have found a way to best teach others to play games they’ve never played before.

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