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Torn Between Two Promos

     

It’s the start of a new month and with it comes new flavors at Menchie’s! I was in a bit of a dilemma today because I really wanted to try their new promotional flavors, but I was really torn at where to go. 945 more words

Sweet Treats Or Treats That Are Sweet? Such A Tough Choice!

What a rainy Monday! It’s certainly a messy start to the week, and I have to admit that it definitely played a part in my motivation level today. 1,091 more words

#CandyCrush Veterans Raise $6 Million to Make VR Games for the Masses (Re/Code)

Earlier, we ran this story ahead of its embargo. This was done in error and we apologize to the company.

The first high-end virtual reality headsets made for consumers are set to debut in the coming three quarters; until then, however… 9 more words

Digital Entertainment Marketing

Another Sweet Carnival Ride

    

It’s Sunday once again, and that usually finds me having lunch at my favorite restaurant in Tukwila which ultimately results in a trip to Yogurtland. It’s kind of hard to drive all that distance and then pass up a visit to the land of yogurt, so I usually try to kill two birds with one stone. 712 more words

Where's My Creamy Peanut Buttercup?

   

Saturday found Zelda on another quest for her beloved Peanut Butter, only this time I found myself spending the morning in Tacoma. It was somewhat of a strategic move because I knew that my favorite of all PB flavors had finally returned to Menchie’s at Tacoma Mall, and I couldn’t pass it up. 992 more words

5 Profound Life Lessons from Candy Crush

Candy Crush is a classic hate it or love it kinda game. For us addicted Candy Crushers, it’s the perfect way to kill time. Playing Candy Crush allows you to give your mind a break — stop thinking about your life problems, you don’t have to talk to anyone, you’re unabashedly in your own zone. 900 more words

Love & Life

The Cups Are The First To Go

    

After two consecutive non-Seattle Thursdays, I broke the unlucky streak today and headed back to the Emerald City. Once upon a time, a trip to Seattle always ended with a visit to Yogurtland whether it be Capitol Hill or the University District (UW). 886 more words