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Puzzle Warehouse

They say it’s beautiful in Paris in the springtime…but I’ll have to take their word for it! I’ve visited twice in the summer and my last visit was a chilly week in February when I got to put on a team building event around the Eiffel Tower, the Louvre and Notre Dame for a client.  Ooh la, la!. CONTINUE READING

Many of my puzzle friends have amassed an impressive collection of jigsaw puzzles, but for many of us, puzzles are just the tip of the iceberg. Maybe it’s craft supplies or action figures, dolls or items from your travels (all of the above?), but the urge to collect things can be very real. CONTINUE READING

Do you ever have those moments when you just don’t have the desire to puzzle? This is what I call a Puzzle Rut; when I just don’t want to puzzle and nothing in my collection is calling out to me. I was in a Puzzle Rut recently and I thought I’d share how I got out of my funk and back to the puzzle table. CONTINUE READING

Way back in middle school and high school (which is much longer ago than I’d like to admit), my best friends and I absolutely LOVED to write each other notes around the theme ‘Remember the time…’. 


I love a puzzle that takes me to a different place. This post is inspired by the “Windows Open to the World” puzzle by artist Dominic Davison which was sent to me in my ambassador box. The topic it also feels timely, as my family has Spring Break in early April and other families may be making plans to travel this summer. CONTINUE READING

This blog is for those of you who celebrate Easter or those of you who just think bunnies are just so darn cute that you need to have some in puzzle form. I have to say that when I first thought of writing this blog, I thought, “it’ll be easy-I’ll just choose some bunny or Easter puzzles and that’ll be it”.  Simple. Yeah right!  CONTINUE READING

Hello there! I made it through my first month as a Puzzle Ambassador (uppercased) and it’s going OK. I did a lot of puzzles on my dining room table, some of them one-handed while fending off a cat. I designed a couple of puzzles on my Photoshops. And I did a lot of digging (too much digging?) into the Puzzle Warehouse website, which has yielded some interesting finds. Most notably, if their collection of puzzles is to be taken seriously, I think a hot air balloon invasion is imminent. CONTINUE READING

I distinctly remember the moment when my business partner and best friend and I were browsing in a toy store and saw Ravensburger’s Escape puzzles. We instantly knew we HAD to try these. To provide the backstory for why we were so enamored, one of the things our company, Wildly Different, does is create tabletop escape room experiences. These differ from a traditional escape room in that while players may have to look at a few props set up around the room, most of the items needed to solve clues are on their team tables. CONTINUE READING

Have you ever been on a walk or a hike and suddenly stumbled across something in the natural world that took your breath away? Funny story: A few weeks ago, I was walking up Broadway in the Upper West Side here in New York City and was awestruck to see an owl, as calm as could be, perched on the awning of an apartment building’s front entrance. Here in the bustling city, any time the natural world somehow bursts in through concrete and steel can take you aback. CONTINUE READING

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