Photo-A-Day #2787

Occasionally I take a break from looking at screens to challenge my brain in other ways. I love brain teasers and figuring things out. Finding patterns and trying to solve problems is fun for me. I’ve gotten a few fun puzzle type games for my Christmas is for Kids Give it Forward Project. One of the games is called Turnstile and I am trying to go through all of the different puzzles for the game. I’ve done 30 out of 40 of them. I’m down to the expert ones and am now stuck. I’ll keep at it and try to get these last 10 expert puzzles completed. I like the game and will be posting a review on it this week.

I have a ton of reviews to do this week. This is not a bad thing. This is a great thing because it means that so many great companies sent me toys for Christmas is for kids. So, expect a bunch of great toys to appear on this blog in the coming week.

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One Response to “Screen Time Break for Puzzles”

  1. Hey, this is actually a pretty good idea. I actually believe that once I sit and start my day in front of the screen, I want my brain to keep being active. Brain treasers sounds pretty good. Thanks!

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