Multiplayer Horror Games for Halloween

I like to give suggestions for games to give you a real fright during the spooky season, and this year I decided to make it a multiplayer affair! Here are a collection of games you can play with friends this Halloween.

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Love Butter? Listen to These Songs Too

Butter by BTS is the second all-English song by the group and has been dominating charts around the world, with it’s accompanying album releasing today. It is a great summer song and got me thinking about what other songs are as enjoyable so I made this list!

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Love Dynamite? Listen to These Songs Too

BTS’ first English song Dynamite swept the world, broke records, and got them their first Grammy nomination. With their second English song on the way, I had the thought of sharing other songs from Korean artists that have similarities with Dynamite that people should listen to.

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Love Blackpink? Listen To These Groups Too

Blackpink is referred to the biggest girl group in the world right now. But there are so many other Korean artists that are perfect for Blackpink fans to listen to and enjoy. Here are just a few suggestions of artists to check out.

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Board Games for Cat Lovers

I am very, very much a cat person to the point where if I was an animal it would most definitely be a cat. And I have found that board games are also cat people as there are so many with cat themes out there. So here is a collection of them if you love both cats and board games.

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Spooky (Not Horror) Video Games for Halloween

Sometimes we want to get spooky with our games during this season, but full-on horror is too intense. If you are one of these people, I have some suggestions for video games you can play with just enough spook but not horror.

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Musicals To Listen To If You Love Hamilton

With the Hamilton movie being released today, I thought it would be a good chance to share some other Broadway shows that Hamilton fans will enjoy.

In The Heights

Before there was Hamilton, there was In The Heights. Lin Manuel Miranda’s first Broadway musical is set in the largely Dominican-American neighborhood of Washington Heights in New York City. It is full of the same hip-hop goodness of Hamilton with extra Latin flair.


Much like Hamilton, Assassins is an American history musical. This Sondheim show is about historical figures who attempted (successfully or not) to assassinate Presidents of the United States, and explores what their presence in American history says about the ideals of their country.


Let’s take a break from American history and look at the UK. Six the Musical is a modern retelling of the lives of the six wives of Henry VIII presented as a pop concert. Think Spice Girls meets the Tudors. I recommend looking for performances by the Original West End Cast because they were spectacular.

Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson

Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson is a comedic historical rock musical about the founding of the Democratic Party. History meets popular music in this show much like Hamilton.


Heathers: The Musical is a rock musical based on the 1988 film of the same name. While this is not a history-based show, it has some edgy and rock musical inspiration that reminds some of Hamilton. I recommend the Off-Broadway Cast album because Barrett Wilbert Weed as Veronica is outstanding.


For another American Revolution era show, 1776 is based on the events leading up to the signing of the Declaration of Independence, telling a story of the efforts of John Adams to persuade his colleagues to vote for American independence and to sign the document

Natasha, Pierre, and the Great Comet of 1812

Natasha, Pierre & The Great Comet of 1812 is a sung-through musical adaptation of a 70-page segment from Leo Tolstoy’s 1869 novel War and Peace. If you’re in to the historical musical this is a good option that also has a diverse cast. Plus Phillipa Soo (the original Eliza) is in this as well.

Do you have a show suggestion for Hamilton fans? Let me know with a comment below!


Board Games By Black Designers You Should Play

With Black Lives Matter on everyone’s minds, I want to highlight and share various things from Black creators to amplify them and their work. While I found many lists for things like books and video games, I couldn’t find one for board games. So I have curated one myself.

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TV Shows With Mental Health Representation You Need To Watch

Much like with movies, television has some issues with mental health representation in their shows. Some shows have awful and inaccurate representation, while others take care to be as accurate as possible. So I am focusing on the latter and sharing some shows that aim for better mental health representation.

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Video Games With Mental Health Representation You Need To Play

May is Mental Health Month and I am doing a miniseries highlighting depictions of mental health and mental illness in various media. For this post, I am focusing on video games that I think you should play that have a focus on mental health.

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Quick and Geeky Costumes for Quaratineoween

Since we are all stuck inside right now because of COVID-19, Instagram user ghostine introduced the idea of celebrating Halloween on March 31st called Quaratineoween. It has now become a bigger event, and you can join the fun by dressing up and sharing your costume on social media. So I am sharing all of the quick and geeky costume ideas so you can join the fun!

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Self Care Tips Based On Your Hogwarts House

As geeks, we almost all know what our Hogwarts house is. And with times being what they are recently, I figured it was a good time to make some suggestions for how to take care of ourselves based on where the Sorting Hat placed us.

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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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Board Games for Extroverts

If you’ve been around for a while, you will have seen my series of posts that are game recommendations for different personality identifiers, like zodiac sign and Myers-Briggs. One identifier that is certainly one of the most popular is extrovert and introvert. So let’s fix that shall we?

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Geeky Ways to Celebrate Valentine’s Day

Since Valentine’s Day is just around the corner, why not plan a geeky way to celebrate regardless of your relationship status? I am sharing some suggestions for a geeky V-Day whether you have a partner, are spending it with friends, or are focusing on some self-love.

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