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Book Review: Spare by Prince Harry
As a child of the 90s, I remember watching the devastating news reports of Princess Diana's death. I remember the sparkling hype of her charity works. As a little girl who dreamed of princesses and crowns, I adored her. Never in my wildest nightmares would I have suspected that her beautiful life was in fact so sad and so lonely.
Book of the Wyrm Companion Review
Available on DriveThruRPG: https://www.drivethrurpg.com/product/412647/Book-of-the-Wyrm-Companion /affiliate_id=2904742 Book of the Wyrm Companion Guide is a part of First Teams and Pentax - a White Wolf tabletop gaming system. It pulls from Vampire: The Masquerade and Werewolf, referencing abilities and monsters from these guides but does provide alternatives for players to play this game on its own.
Health Benefits of Blueberries
There's nothing better on a hot summer day than a cool blueberry smoothie or fresh blueberries on top of your morning yogurt or oatmeal. They're always depicted as a healthy snack, or addition to meals, even as a "healthy" dessert like blueberry pie. But what secrets do these little berries hold that make them so healthy?
The Curse of Sapphire Lake by Neal F. Litherland
The Curse of Sapphire Lake is a short monster-hunting game for levels 1-2 PCs (player characters). There is no cap for the number of players that can play. This 5E compatible game is a suspense thriller that will have the players guessing up until the bitter end. Players must choose their Motivation: Blood Debt, My Home, Monster Hunter, or Legend Seeker. The choice in Motivation will determine the initial storyline for the players in how their characters meet and possibly which ending they choose.
Busy Work is Not Productive Work
The age-old struggle of the worker/boss relationship has come to a head as many businesses are finding their footing as we near the "post-pandemic" world. Many workers were shifted to remote work during the pandemic lockdowns. Now, workers have had a taste of the "good life" and they're digging their heels in as businesses try to drag them back to the office.