More Shaped Puzzles from Galison

My very first post for Jigsaw Junkies happened to be a piece on a shaped puzzle by Galison (aka Chronicle Books) Today I am revisiting Galison's shaped puzzles with the lovely Jonathan Adler Rainbow Hand. I think I got this puzzle last March. I had tried to buy it so many times, but with the... Continue Reading →

Puzzle Type Review: Glitter Puzzles

I must say that all that glitters are gold. The other day I was looking through my collection of puzzles and stumbled upon a glitter puzzle. I haven't assembled a glitter puzzle in a while and so I was excited to get started. I will admit that when I purchased my first glitter puzzle, I... Continue Reading →

Gamer’s Paradise – Puzzle Review

At the height of our COVID isolation some months ago I was close to running out of jigsaw puzzles. Ugly withdrawal was looming. I might have been forced to become productive – shampoo carpets, clean out cupboards. . . that sort of thing. Luckily a relative gifted me with Gamer’s Trove which is now once... Continue Reading →

Cobble Hill Easy Handling

As Jigsaw Junkies, we are all aware of the multitude of brain benefits that come with puzzling. One of the big benefits is doing puzzles can improve your memory. There have even been studies showing that brain exercises, such as assembling puzzles, can reduce the chances of developing Alzheimer's disease, memory loss, or dementia. But... Continue Reading →

Puzzle Review : Ready for a Drive

Finally after a year, White Mountain puzzles are back in stock at Puzzle Warehouse. To celebrate the arrival of White Mountain puzzles coming back into the puzzle world, here is a fun one that is great to work on when you just don’t want to get anything done around the house. “Ready for a Drive”,... Continue Reading →

Theme Puzzle Review: All Aboard

If Sheldon Cooper, of TV’s Big Bang Theory, were real he’d be telling me that it was time I paid proper attention to trains. I am not sure why Sheldon was obsessed with trains, but when you think about it, they led to the development of management as a profession and the creation of our... Continue Reading →

Have Fun Storming the Castle

For several months I watched it from afar. I was intrigued by the history of it. I lurked in the shadows trying to decide if I wanted another cutaway puzzle. Before I could decide, it would disappear. Apparently others were obsessed with this puzzle too. . . I kept checking and when it became available... Continue Reading →

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