I bit the bullet and bought Battle for Azeroth, the newest expansion for World of Warcraft. I wasn’t planning to go back to the game this time, but old habits die hard, and I have friends to make it a healthy, fun experience.
Breath of the Wild is so good I couldn’t stop playing it. Between work & Zelda, my time was taken completely up. I didn’t exercise as much as I should have
I made a lot of progress on a lot of fronts, from gaming to fitness to finishing out some freelance contracts. Forward momentum feels good, you know?
I grew up playing roleplaying games, not fitness games. I started with The Legend of Zelda--complete with the cool-as-heck, gold NES cartridge--and I’ve never looked back. Two dozen or so Chrono Trigger rentals, Final Fantasy VII on release day, World of Warcraft for...
If your mouth is dry and you feel thirsty, it’s already too late–you’re on the way to dehydration. Even if you think you’re drinking enough, you’re probably not (we all overestimate how much we drink). So drink up, geeks!
Stop making excuses. You have to carve out time for the life you want to live and the way I want to live it.
If you want lasting wellness, you have to change the way you live your life every single day.
I've been playing a ton of the Overwatch beta this week. I'd played a couple of the previous beta weekends, and even though I don't like first-person shooter games, this one has really grabbed my attention. That's probably because I can play a support character (i.e....
AOL is closing Massively, Joystiq, and WoW Insider. We need a new, independent gaming network that’s free of all the corporate BS and internet awfulness.
One of the things I hate more than anything in the world are hypermasculine, manly-man stereotypes. I can't stand them, and I do everything in my power to subvert them whenever possible. So when I got an email about a service called Man Crates, you can understand that...