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Disclaimer: This game may cause hugs, tears, dancing, laughs until your stomach hurt, and other super human tendencies i.e - seeing other perspectives!


These questions are curated to provoke love, contemplation, action, responsibility, and the pursuit of happiness in an open and honest way that allow us to reflect on our own perspectives, hold space for other perspectives, and invoke transformation. Life is an experience, don’t forget to play!

What if the game of life was in your hands?



Packed with dares that get you out of your seat and onto your feet and out of your head and into the present moment. We dare you to try not to laugh or smile until your cheeks hurt!



Strengthen your relationship with yourself. Use the questions as journal prompts or as a guide to help you introspect. 



Turn strangers into family and get to know family and friends on a deeper level. This game is designed to allow us to get to know eachother better and build stronger connections.



Stop Waiting 4 Friday Card Game has been used for yoga retreats, art therapy classes, adult game nights, wisdom circles, and even language lessons! The card game is versatile in how it can be used and we invite you to explore different uses for the game.



It is estimated that we have between 12,000 to 70,000 thoughts per day. We are constantly thinking and our thoughts are creative. So what kind of life are you creating?

Stop Waiting 4 Friday is about living life but not living mechanically but living intentionally. 

These questions are curated to allow us to contemplate in an open and honest way, hold space for other perspectives even if they do not reflect our own, and invoke transformation. 

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This is a game of intention. This card game is intentionally crafted to push you out of your comfort zone, force you to take action, and to stop waiting. This game is also meant to be collaborative in a way that you hold each other accountable to stop making excuses, stop waiting, and start living.


We live as if there are countless days ahead. We fail to seize the moment and grab the opportunities to enjoy life to the fullest — do the things that make our hearts smile, dance like no one is watching, or express how we really feel. It always seems that we will be able to do that ‘later’, when the only thing we have is now. There is so much power in this moment.

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