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    Avatar photoAndrew Beasley

    Though I would get ahead of the end of year wishes and start off the What I did and Happy New Year To All messages as I’m off-line for a few days.

    Been an interesting year for gaming:

    • Got some block games in
    • Got some Palaeo Diet Games in
    • Built a bit of scenery
    • Painted a few blocks
    • Got some 28mm figures base coated
    • Made one show
    • Came off my mental health support meds

    I did not reach some of my dreams…

    • No SoBH games
    • No 40K with my son
    • No complete clear out – about 40% done though
    • Not mastering Royal Mail interaction (disastrous posting during clear out and upset buyers on eBay – £50 down the drain).

    2023 Aims:

    • Play a few more block games (no real campaign)
    • Tidy / update / finish some terrain
    • Do a bit more Palaeo gaming
    • Try and play at least one ‘Age of Penda’ using the blocks (though the rules do not really stick – me more than them)

    2023 Dreams

    • Maybe get a SoBH game in
    • Maybe get an Ogre / GEV game in (yes found my KS set while sorting the roof)
    • Get out socially outside the family at least once (MH meetings do not count).

    2023 – little steps, no pressure…

    Wishing you all a Happy New Year (or at least a bit better than 2022).

    Avatar photoian pillay

    All the best Andrew, here’s to little steps in 2023. No pressure, just enjoy.

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    Avatar photoNorm S

    Little steps indeed.  I hope to slightly change the sense of balance of prep (of all types) Versus play and get some more quality gaming time in.

    Plan – do less screen time (this is just simply too many hours in a day) and redeploy that time to prep (painting, cutting game counters, reading rules etc. and then using some of that  liberated time to enjoy more actual gaming.

    Happy New Year everyone.

    Avatar photoJim Webster

    However it pans out, hope you have a good year next year 🙂


    Avatar photoTony S

    Seems like there are a lot more on the “did” list than the “not-did”.  And clearing out 40% of your excess stuff should be on the profit side of the ledger – that’s a solid accomplishment.

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