FILL ME IN: Part Journal, Part Game, All Yours
Touchstone; hardcover; $14.99
Having close friendships is very important and can bring lots of joy to our lives. Throughout major milestones in life, people are there along the way that mean very much to us.
FILL ME IN: Part Journal, Part Game, All Yours, which was created solely by members of the Touchstone team, is here to capture and preserve all those memories.
Some of the landmark moments that people in their twenties and early thirties experience include graduating college, moving to new places, starting new jobs, and finding the perfect people to spend your time with.
You and your friends can also sit around and ask the important questions to get to know each other better: What’s your theme song? What’s your future Real Housewives tagline? Cast your friends as the characters in the TV show FRIENDS. What would your dating profile say if it were 100% honest? How do you hope to change in the next three to five years? What would your reality show be called? What’s something you wish you could tell your past self? What will you commit to doing with your friends every 5 years?
You can answer all this and more in one long session or spread out over a longer period of time. Fill Me In is uniquely designed for friends and is a great memento for enthusiasts of Wreck This Journal and Cards Against Humanity.
While capturing, preserving and making new memories in the process, you can also make predictions for the future.
Filled with questions and activities that range from the thought-provoking to the silly, and complete with illustrations from Jo Harrison (including a coloring book page!), Fill Me In is a clever, irreverent, and fun keepsake for millennials and friends.
It’s all the games of MASH you played as a kid rolled up in book form. Whether you complete it in one session or spread it out over months, this journal is a great way to bond with your best friends—and even get to know them a little better.
Fill Me In is one of the most fun and enjoyable books you will find, and it creates interactive experiences that don’t involve a screen. In this day and age, that is the most valuable part of all.