I promised this year that I would write executive summaries of my lays and then storify them for a book at the end of the year. The previous reports had all been around 1000 words but I simply couldn’t write this one up in so few words. It took a lot of time and there … Continue reading #62: Dead Simple
Month: May 2019
#61: Was It All Worth It? (Analysis)
To be read alongside the lay report ***** Gutter Game: I don’t have much experience with Gutter Game but what I can say is that I didn’t do enough of it on the jaunt, especially on the earlier days. If I had done a cursory loop of the Daygame route between 11pm and midnight each … Continue reading #61: Was It All Worth It? (Analysis)
#61: Was It All Worth It?
It was 11:30pm and we were walking down the main shopping street of Prague on a cool evening (T). It was my first ever Eurojaunt and while the city itself had proven a nice place I was, so far, empty-handed when it came to Daygame. 11 days of random approaches and a 60 approach number … Continue reading #61: Was It All Worth It?
There it is, my first Eurojaunt in the bag. How did I do? What did I think? Would I go back? Let’s find out. Statistics It’s always good to start with stats because numbers don’t lie and they’re very useful to tell a story at a macro level. Approaches: 69 Number Closes: 27 Social Media … Continue reading Prague Review
I was having a beer with another Daygamer a few days ago and he asked me what my mindsets were when I was out in London (emphasis on “my”). In the moment I started listing some and then boldly claimed I could list ten. So in a blatant rip-off of a recent podcast, here they … Continue reading London Mindsets