Delve Deck Conversation Cards - Joy Edition
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Conversation starters for cultivating gratitude and joy, from getting to know new acquaintances to bonding with your closest friends.
This thoughtfully designed deck features 3 levels of intensity, ranging from light to dark. You can keep it light, staying in the shallow end, or go deep and delve into more intimate questions.
Our cards are helpfully organized into 3 color coded decks to help drive the level of intimacy you want to bring to a conversation. The lightest cards are designed for dipping your toes into a conversation. The darkest cards are perfect for diving deep into a closer connection and sharing or learning more personal things about friends, loved ones, and yourself. The middle card set helps you land somewhere in between light conversation and deeper intimacy.
Why you need it:
User-friendly gratitude practice that's helpful for focusing on the things that bring you joy
Get out of conversational ruts with your partner, bond with friends at game night, or get to know someone new
Select your desired level of intimacy and avoid awkward exchanges around questions that are too personal by choosing your ideal intensity from color-coded sets arranged from light to dark
Encourages real conversation: The Delve Deck Joy Edition gets you away from staring at screens and into connecting with real humans
Ideal journaling tool: Banish your fear of blank pages and use these cards to help think of topics to write about as you work on your gratitude practice
- Questions that have been road tested with thousands of people to ensure that each question in this deck will lead to real conversation instead of one word answers
The inspiration behind the Joy Edition:
We have never found it easy to maintain a gratitude journal or practice gratitude. All the products designed for this purpose tend to ask the same broad question over and over, "what are you grateful for?" It's hard to think of a new answer to that same query every day.
We designed this deck for people who want to start practicing gratitude or improve their practice, but struggle to come up with what to even write or think about. The questions in this deck help you actually think of the depth and breadth of things that bring you joy, which can be hard to do on your own. This card deck is full of specific prompts that will help you focus on your favorite things, whether it's a favorite artist or a quality in a loved one that you appreciate.
Inspiration behind the Delve Deck series:
We started asking conversation starting questions on our social media accounts several years ago and they became some of our most popular posts. We loved seeing total strangers who follow Boredwalk have fun spirited conversations and find connection, even with people they'd never met. We'd occasionally find ourselves asking friends questions from our posts and it always led to great conversations.
We chose to organize some of our most popular questions into card decks because we wanted to create something that would help us and our customers have great conversations with our favorite people AND stop staring at our phone screens. We selected questions for our decks that had the most comments, which means they're questions that are very likely to result in great conversations for you and your favorite people.
We organized our questions into levels of intimacy because when we tried other conversation decks on the market we found the questions were all over the place. Sometimes we're with people we're close with and are okay with talking about feelings, childhood, and other more personal topics. Sometimes we just want to have fun and talk about something light. We designed our Delve Decks to help you modulate the kind of conversation you want to have.
We designed the box with a nod to classic design movements like art deco and mid-century modern to create something timeless and stylish that you might want to display on a mantle, coffee table, or shelf. A conversation deck you have on display is one you're more likely to use, which means you'll get tons of great conversations out of this stylish little box of fun and connection.
- 150 cards divided into 3 separate decks with increasing levels of intimacy
- Stylish box that doubles as a decor item and becomes a conversation piece all on its own, with dividers to keep cards organized
- Compact and lightweight packaging makes this deck perfect for taking on trips, game nights, and more, and easily fits into an overnight bag, purse, or tote
- Box measures 4" x 3.5" x 2.75"
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