Juggling in 3D 406: Bananagrams
Thanks to everyone who responded to Lynn's insights on lateral thinking and Father Christmas last week.
Claire writes: 'The prospect of Christmas Shopping is looming large on the horizon. A friend has decided to buy everyone Bananagrams www.amazon.co.uk/exec/obidos/ASIN/1932188126/ref=nosim/www3dcoachinc-21 and it is a great word game which we were introduced to by my colleague Jeremy.
Suitable for adults and children, faster than Scrabble, everyone plays at their own pace and to win you constantly dismantle your words and make them into something better. If you get too attached to a word that looks good, it can block you from getting to the end of the game. The only use our mini surf boards got on holiday last year was as makeshift tables to play bananagrams. You can even take it out to a restaurant and play while waiting for your meal.
This is not a sales pitch for the game because what's interesting is that every player has the resources they need to create words - and access to new letters is freely available if you trade in your unuseable letters. But you have to be willing to dismantle words and organise them differently. It's the same as getting to a new start in our career - we have the resources or access to resources - but sometimes we can only move forward if we leave some of the things we are attached to behind.'
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