|"Happy Monday! Sincerely, Your Problems."|
The only way to survive a dreadful case of the Mondays is to find something that makes you happy. Do something nice for yourself. Buy those shoes you've been eying for two weeks. Treat yourself to dessert after lunch. Laugh at a coworker behind their back. Whatever makes you feel good. And one thing that makes me feel good is free printables! So every week, on Marvelous Mondays, I will be serving one up to you.
This week's free printable comes courtesy of the games night we had this weekend. The theme was Minute To Win It. Have you seen this show? It's hilarious. Contestants have to complete various tasks in 60 seconds or less. I came across the idea for a couples Minute To Win It night over at Dating Divas. You can find a huge list of the games on the NBC website. It gives you an explanation of each game and how to play. And the game supplies are easy to find items, like cups, eggs, cans, pizza boxes. I encourage you to have some friends over and throw a Minute To Win It party yourself. So much fun!
Here's the invitation that I emailed to everyone:
I created cupcake toppers, water bottle labels, and a banner. Gotta have ambiance!
Here are our three teams:
|Team Big Dealz!|
The first challenge was the Breakfast Scramble: Put together pieces of a cereal box like a puzzle.
Next up was Defying Gravity - keeping balloons off the floor by tapping them.
The next game is called A Bit Dicey - balancing six dice on the end of a popsicle stick held in your mouth:
|Not as easy as it looks!|
Next was Egg Roll - using an unopened pizza box to fan eggs across the room.
At some point Lil Baby decided to join us.
|Who needs sleep when there's games and pretty girls downstairs?|
I only picked a few games but next time I'll choose more - everyone really got into it! The bonus round was my favourite part of the night. I found a hilarious M&M math challenge on Pinterest, created by Stacy.
|No one was able to do this in under a minute!|
So that was our Minute To Win It night. We're definitely doing it again, and I think you should try it too. I've created a set of printables for you to plan your own night. You can either print the invitations and write in the date and location, or use your photo editing software to add the details.
Download the full set here.
Linking up over at Tip Junkie!