January 16, 2024

OMG It's finally here! 🤯

Delve Deck Expansion Packs



This hot new release is months in the making, but if you loved our original Delve Deck, we're sure you'll love these two new expansion packs. This time we have a little something for everyone!

For the rays of sunshine: maybe you bought our original deck but wished it had even more upbeat content or you're one of those folks trying to work on your gratitude practice. For you, we present the Joy EditionThis deck features 150 questions about your favorite things, helping you hone in on what you love, what you're grateful for, and what makes you the happiest. It's perfect for bonding with friends about your favorite stuff and can even function as prompts for journaling or solo reflection.

For the rays of pitch black: you know you're my people! Like you, I too am a ray of pitch black and believe complaining should be an Olympic sport. If you enjoyed our Grievance Journal, this new deck is a must-have. With 150 questions, our Venting Edition is perfect for bonding with friends about all the stuff that drives you the craziest.

And before some so-and-so lectures you about how you shouldn't complain*, tell them to stuff their judgment in a sack, because complaining can actually be good for you (and let's be honest, it can be fun, too)! You can also direct them to the Joy Edition—like I said, something for everyone!

*Isn't complaining about someone else's desire to complain also complaining? Gotcha there, rays of sunshine! C'mon, admit it — you wanna complain, too. Come to the dark side, we have cake!

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GIF via Blown Away

Now I know what you're thinking (probably): where were these card decks during Black Friday? The answer is they were supposed to be here, but the grinches at customs and the port and our logistics vendor all conspired to make this shipment arrive incredibly late and the last thing we wanted was to offer these decks before they arrived and find out customs would be holding them hostage until Bastille Day, because you know that's exactly how that would go. If something can go wrong, it will. I don't make the rules (but I would like a word with whoever does, these rules suck).
Even though our Black Friday sale is over, we still have some savings for you, because we're not total monsters. So here's the deal:
• Buy ANY 2 Delve Decks and we'll automatically apply 10% off! This can be any combo of the new Delve Decks or the original one. You don't even need a secret code!
• Spend $75+ and you'll get FREE US Shipping, again no secret code! What a dream!
• Finally, if you spend $95+ you'll get 15% off your entire order no matter what you buy! To snag this deal use code SAVE15 at check out!
While you're waiting for your new Boredwalk goodies to arrive you can also treat your earholes to the latest episode of the Boredwalk Podcast! Click here to listen on your favorite podcasting platform!
This week I chatted with Grace from Boredwalk's content team chat about my unsettling experience working from home last Friday when some very lazy burglars made a half-hearted attempt to break into my house in broad daylight.
We also discuss the subject of familial estrangement during the holiday season — always a joyous topic!
They then share which famous person they would both like to meet — comedian Dana Carvey for Grace, and filmmaker/King of Filth John Waters for Meredith — and then the conversation takes a bizarre conspiratorial turn. What fun!
We wrapped up by reacting to your answers to a recent Question of the Day post, and then asking each other questions from our BRAND NEW DELVE DECKS! 



Alright! Let's send you off into the weekend with some notable events and famous birthdays from December 1sts of yore!

• Sherlock Holmes first appeared in print on this day in 1887

• The Kingdom of Iceland was established on this day in 1918

• The first issue of Playboy Magazine was published on this day in 1953

• Civil rights activist Rosa Parks was arrested on this day in 1955 for refusing to move to the back of a bus

• Birthday cakes all around for: French-English sculptor and founder of Madame Tussaud’s Wax Museum Marie Tussaud (1761), comedian Richard Pryor (1940), actress Bette Midler (1945), comedian Sarah Silverman (1970), actress & musician Janelle Monáe (1985), and actress Zoë Kravitz (1988)