Contributed to the Kickstarter for the card game Pretending to Grownup! Sure when we’re feeling mature we just notice, make a decision, and move on. However!
Have fun annoying the group of people who “worry” about our generation. Because gasp we’re doing things differently than how they did it. That’s really way more of a problem. I prefer my empathy paired with a bit of “Yeah now suck it up and do it.”
Are you technically a grownup but don’t feel like it?
Pretending to Grownup is a casual card game with 100 unique cards featuring common grownup situations. You can face these problems or use the power of your imagination to bend the rules.
Throughout the game you’ll see which player is the most grownup by using the only three resources at a Grownup’s disposal: time, money and energy.
However you can get a Unipegasaurus card which helps you bend the rules of being a grownup by using your imagination. (Uni-pega-saur-us)
All of the artwork is done by Megan McKay of webcomic Doodle for Food. When I discovered this comic I just fell in love with the likeable art style and wanted to base a game around it. When I thought of the Grownup hook, I contacted Megan and the game came together beautifully.
We also have some stretch goal cards being done by some of the absolute best webcomic talent out there. You’ll likely recognize some of the comics below.
Have fun checking out the campaign while I go eat a whole box of cookies.
– Jason “Anarchy”
I've written my Happiness Manifesto inspired by Gretchen Rubin. A manifesto is a public declaration of intentions and values. If all else fails, let go a little. Or a lot. I love that we all get to exist. Different people like different things. Effort over outcomes. Show up for yourself. There's always many factors Win-win or no deal, and that's okay! Listen. Notice what right. Say good things out loud Mistakes are neutral at worst, helpful at best. Don't sweat the small stuff (It's all Small Stuff)
Your experiences guided any conclusion you come to for your vote. It’s yours to do with as you wish. That’s the whole point. =) “What you do every day matters more than what you do once in a while.” Gretchen Rubin