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In June, in the United States, we celebrate the dads in our lives. And I’m here today to highlight some puzzles for the occasion. When I was a kid, my mom would take my sisters and me to the department store to pick out ties for my dad for Dad’s Day. I puzzled this Springbok puzzle, It’s a Tie, in his honor for Father’s Day 2021. CONTINUE READING

It’s hard to believe we’re already almost halfway through 2023. It feels somehow like I’ve blinked and, bam – it’s June! Around this time last year, I first met my ride-or-die NYC puzzle friends, the Puzzle People of NYC, and this year we’re celebrating the first major one-year milestone. Putting aside that celebration, June is always a favorite month of mine. My birthday is at the end of the month, and the lead-up is Pride Month, the annual fete dedicated to LGBTQIA+ pride, here in New York City and around the world. CONTINUE READING

It’s no secret that rainbows are loved by everyone. When we see a rainbow bedazzling the sky, we cannot resist grabbing a picture. If it’s a double rainbow, you know we are sharing that picture with everyone we know! And rainbow puzzles? We can’t resist those either!
What’s in a rainbow that makes them so irresistible? Let’s get into it!

Have you ever been browsing through Puzzle Warehouse, and stumbled across a puzzle so pretty, you knew you had to have it? That is exactly what happened with this gorgeous Piatnik Four Seasons puzzle. Not only is this a stunning take on the famous Four Seasons by Alphonse Mucha, but I was incredibly intrigued by what a metallic puzzle looks like, and how it would be to piece one togetherCONTINUE READING

If I mapped my jigsaw journey, it would take a lot of twists and turns. Starting with the simplest tray puzzles I put together as a little kid, I’ve always loved assembling puzzles. I may have stepped away from them for long periods of time, but I’ve always circled back when I’ve spotted a puzzle I just had to have. The past couple of years, I’ve become a full-fledged (some might call it “obsessed”) dissectologist with a collection that has grown exponentially.  CONTINUE READING

Moving is considered the third most stressful life event, following dealing with death, and dealing with a divorce. I have moved over a dozen times in my adult life, from small moves across towns to several cross-country moves. The past few months, my husband and I have been dealing with a relatively large move from southern California to the Pacific North West in Washington state. I won’t go into all the details of planning, selling our house, living in temporary housing or how we were given a 10-day window to get everything done. CONTINUE READING

All eyes will be on London this month in light of King Charles III’s coronation on May 6th, and what better way to mark the occasion – or to simply revel in the beauty and history of this historic city – than through puzzling. In addition to the thrill of discovering new artists or enjoying fun pop culture imagery, I’ve always found that choosing puzzles from faraway places can be a great way to immerse oneself in the visual details of another place.  CONTINUE READING

If you’re reading this, it’s probably a given that you enjoy doing jigsaw puzzles. After all, you’re looking at a puzzle blog on a puzzle website, so it’s not a leap to call you a fan. And, as a fan, you likely have a favorite piece count for the puzzles you choose to do. Maybe you like them small, around 300 pieces?  CONTINUE READING

I’m not sure how tea came to be so closely associated with mothers, but when I think about my Mom, it’s pretty obvious that she loved tea. She also loved puzzles, so I thought I’d have a bit of fun and see if I could combine the two in this post! CONTINUE READING


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