Greetings Fellow Nerds

I was in Barnes and Noble the other day. (Note: It’s right next to my neighborhood subway stop. I try really hard to not stop in– same for Shake Shack– but sometimes I just can’t help myself.) I found these little notebooks and seriously contemplating buying the whole lot of them. I resisted, and bought one. With the sole intention of “testing” it out before investing in more. But… naturally… I’m hooked.
Oh goodness.
Apologies for the nerdiness.
These things are a) super cute and b) kind of addicting.
In elementary school, we used to play those logic games. There were always five people and their names always started with A, B, C, D, and E. (So original.) I vaguely remember racing with my friends to see who could complete the puzzles the fastest.
Anyway, I picked up the Logic puzzles because of my fun third grade science memories. I am so into them right now (lame, I know), that I only let myself do one of the puzzles when I finish a task on my to-do list!
Sudoku… and more.
Please tell me I’m not the only one who likes these sorts of things!!!

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Chelsea Kabelsy

We've had those here in Australia for a while now – so addictive! Seriously, once I get into sudoku I'm in it for the long haul. Don't know about in the States, but here when it's Christmas time they bring out special Christmas themed ones – super cute.

Hope you're staying safe and dry in the storm.


Um hi, perfect!! Such a great idea for the nerdy girls that feel silly carrying around the Dollar Tree pocket books (aka me!)!


You're not the only one! That's the kind of thing I would be drawn to simply because they're so darn cute.

Amanda Meneses

OMGoodness I LOVE these! So glad I'm not alone, I would love to have that cute Sodoku book in my purse right now!



I *LOVE* logic puzzles!! I'm glad I'm not the only one who loves to figure out that Amy had the red purse and blue shoes while Lauren had the brown purse and green shoes 😀

Julia D.

Definitely not the only one! You can always justify it by saying you're improving brain health, thereby contributing to future productivity.