As anyone who knows me and my obscenely large purse can attest, I am rarely without supplies for any given situation.
This was on display a few weeks ago, when I beat out dozens of ladies and “won” a bridal shower purse scavenger hunt. One by one items were called out (safety pins? check. eyedrops? check. lip balm? I found 3… check, check, check) and so it went, until I ended up with a mountain of things… and a victory!
Party games aside, my slight hoarding tendencies have served me particularly well when it comes to the games I always have lurking in my bag. Ready to play at a moment’s notice, I’ve whipped out games in all sorts of situations – and my recent trip to the C2-MTL Conference reinforced why this extra baggage is totally worth the shoulder stress.
I stashed a stack of cards from our new WordARound game – and aside from my umbrella (the Montreal rain is no joke!), these cards proved to be one of my smartest accessories. Between talks from incredible business innovators like Diane Von Furstenberg and Sir Richard Branson, new friends had a blast getting in a quick mental workout in the form of game play.
Do you travel with games at-the-ready? Any fun stories or tips to share about spontaneous play?