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u/ikswosil · 28 pointsr/Gloomhaven

Enjoy the ride! A couple things I would recommend off the bat as somebody who just started myself a couple weeks ago. A lot of stuff is in the Read First FAQ on the sidebar as well.. but just wanted to share my personal experience!

  • Review: Check everything off against the components list to make sure you have everything. In the event you're missing anything, here's the form to request replacements.

  • Resources: You're going to run into a lot of questions on your first couple playthroughs. The BGG community is excellent at responding to questions (even if they've been asked before). Google will yield good results for most questions but for many of them that have been asked so many times, there's actually a massive Official FAQ I would recommend reading as well. ... the most confusing part of the game more often than not is around monster movement.. so after you've watched some videos, read some rules, and feel like you really get it.. take this quiz and realize how little you actually understand about how monsters should move. ... this will really help hammer home some of the more subtle nuances around movement. Somebody also made this nice flowchart to help as well: .. also, if you want to avoid all spoilers even for yourself when setting up scenarios, here is a spoiler-free .pdf that prevents you from peeking ahead when prepping rooms, etc. in a scenario: .. there's also an app on the appstore that provides the same kinda thing that I would recommend. knowing the shit in the upcoming rooms sorta ruins the scenarios for yourself and/or makes them much easier.

  • Dice: Way better for tracking damage on monsters than the little cardboard circles. I would recommend these -

  • Preparation: [Editing my post to include this as this is perhaps the most important of all when inviting friends over to play the first time] --- it took me an entire night (solo) to unbox this game and get it even somewhat prepared to play. Beyond that, I spent hours reading rules, FAQs, watching playthroughs, etc. to really have a firm grasp of it to explain to others... and I still found a lot of confusing nuances in a variety of instances that I needed to later clarify. If you're playing this with battle-hardened gamers who are ready for anything then no worries. But if you're like me who is usually making the best of any group of friends that is willing to sit down at a board game table with me.. please use caution and make sure you are well-prepped for this game or else your exciting, highly-anticipated Gloomhaven night will end up being a couple hours of unboxing followed by a lot of discourse over how/where monsters should move and attack.

  • Organization: .. is everything with this game. It's a massive effort to set up and put away, so anything you can do to streamline the process will be a great benefit to you. There's tons of threads out there on different solutions for this.. so find whatever works for you. I use a large Plano box for all the monsters and a small Plano box for all the combat-related pieces (debuff markers, loot tokens, traps, chests, etc.) .. I got them cheap at AC Moore but something like this would work too ( Other suggestions include windowed CD envelopes to combine the monster card with their deck and standees all in one place or a large tackle box as well.

  • Protection: This game is expensive as hell and you shuffle cards constantly. Protect that shit! .. these sleeves are perfect but the higher-end option if you're really feeling adventurous would be to get them all laminated at a Staples or other print store.

  • Learning: The rolling solo youtube channel in my opinion is the best for learning how to play. Really clear video of what is happening and he explains everything really well.

  • Uberstax: These things are worth their weight in gold as far as I am concerned for this game. You'll see them in the Rolling Solo video.. I got them and my group is obsessed with them.

  • Pimping your Game: Some people have developed some nice apps for tracking things. These include,, ...also, if you're interested in painting your miniatures there's infinity posts and videos on that so i wont bother here.. but if you're really aggressive and want to replace the monster standees entirely.. check out this thread:

    Have fun!
u/lewhit6 · 1 pointr/debtfree

I agree, I think she follows very much in line with Dave and I think you are right in her success being from the Baby Steps. I love Dave and am so thankful I found his plan to get me inspired to change but I also like watching other people bring their own ideas to the table of what works for them. Her paycheck budget worksheet and her highlighting method have been super helpful as I am a visual person. Every dollar app is great and all but I like writing things out and seeing it on paper.

I linked the wallet that I bought myself which is cheaper than others I have researched. I love it...I think it comes in black and navy as well as the red.

All-in-One Cash Envelopes Wallet with 12 Budget Envelopes & Budget Sheets - Red

u/littlej2010 · 3 pointsr/Weddingsunder10k

I just got these in today and I am SO excited about how they turned out! I was able to make the entire suite for 80 invitations right under $100. The picture doesn't do the pearl finish justice... it's a beautiful subtle sparkle!

Originally, I'd had to swallow that these would inevitably cost over $350 because we needed an English and Spanish set, which is not friendly to quantity based ordering. I also wanted shimmer pearl cardstock, which requires a laser printer. Not to mention, all of the paper cutting and pricing just printing these at FedEx was like $80. Then... I found inspiration on Etsy, and found out that my job's copy center offers printing just for the cost of ink, which is like 10 center per page for color!

Moral of the story.... Check and see if work offers high quality printing for just their cost of goods :)


  • Etsy Purple Wedding Invitation Set - $8 on a 50% off sale. I also bought the menu (for a bar menu) and matching sign templates.
  • 92 lb Shimmer Cardstock - $56, got a 100 pk and a 25 pk.
  • A7 80 lb Envelopes in Purple - $25 for two 50 pks
  • Printing AND cutting at work - $12

    The envelopes would've been less had I chosen to not go peel and press... I just wanted that little luxury!

    I'm also using a personal printer and a Microsoft Word template to print the addressing on my invites. I couldn't find a site to do 80 for under $100 :( But, on the bright side, it really wasn't that bad to DIY it once I figured out Word's intricacies.

    We're also not sending RSVP cards (requesting the RSVP online) in the spirit of being both cost effective and environmentally friendly. I am sending recipe cards that I hope that guests bring to the reception for our guestbook! I'll also be printing extras of those, which might require another paper buy. I need to see what all I have left.
u/TheHierophant · 1 pointr/BSA

My personal first-aid kit is a small heavy-duty zip-loc baggie, but for Cub Scouts, I like the idea of having an actual container of some kind - mostly because they'll be more likely to take care of it.

I like the clear zipper pouches - like these: (and as a bonus, they're 10 for $10)

u/VA_Network_Nerd · 4 pointsr/USMC

You could probably get away with a file folder / envelope of paperwork pretty easily.

Something like this:

Clasp Envelope

You can buy something similar to that one at a time @ the post office by the way. You don't have to buy a whole package of them.

You might have to fold it to get it into your storage container @ boot camp though.
We put everything into a grocery-store sized paper bag with our name on it when I went in back in 1990.

Mailing Envelope

If you can fold and fit everything into one or two mailing envelopes, I guarantee you'll be good to go.

You could ask your bank about a safety deposit box as recommended by /u/roguevirus

You might also consider one of those storage rental places, if you want to store clothes and things to come back and collect later.
Minor warning: later might be a while, like a year until you go to your first duty station before you can pull your box of sneakers, jeans and memories out of storage.

u/ItsACharlieDay · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Activity: Swimming/wading in the pool with friends.
Movie: Forgetting Sarah Marshall
Book: Lord of the Flies. Classic.
Comic Book: Most Marvel stuff. I know this conflicts with you currently reading a DC comic but know I like their characters as well and have the dark knight trilogy as well as the Michael Keaton batmans. That in itself is a little blurb. I just love most of the superhero movies.



u/z2amiller · 2 pointsr/diyelectronics

I have one of these Plano boxes and I really like it. There's a large area on top that fits tools (wire strippers, crimpers, tweezers, desoldering supplies, etc), and then three drawers. The two bottom drawers are double-depth, so they fit prototyping supplies like jumper wires, breadboards, etc very well.

I've since outgrown that box but bought a four-pack of these Plano 3700 boxes. Apparently that is a pretty standard size and other companies make holders and stuff for them if you end up with a ton of them.

For smaller components (SMD) these tiny little boxes are great. One of those boxes holds a whole reel of 5,000 0603-sized resistors. Some people also use small paper envelopes to hold their components.

u/alaskaj1 · 2 pointsr/dvdcollection

I second keeping the cases if you have the room to store them somewhere.

When I didnt have room for mine I put the cases in some large plastic totes and I put the disks in cd binders. Each slot was numbered so I could look at an excel spreadsheet with all my movies listed and go to the right spot. Numbering each spot in the binders took a while.

What my library does is they have the disks in paper sleeves like this. They actually labeled every sleeve and then store them alphabetically in little plastic totes that are just wide enough for the disk.

If you want to keep the artwork and not the cases my best guess would be to get a tote that is water resistant/has a seal and put them in there. Get some silica desiccant packets and store them in with them, you dont want moisture to build up and have everything stick together. Usually the packets can be reused just by putting them in the oven every few months to dry them out. Someone may have better options for this though.

u/raghavakrishna · 1 pointr/RandomKindness

Let me just say you're so awesome for doing this! If you're still doing this, could you please get me these little envelopes? If yes, I'll PM you my address. Thanks a lot! and hugs! -

u/evanhuttonfc · 1 pointr/Flipping

Anyone have a full sized thermal printer?

I have one that fits 8.5x11, but I can't seem to find the right labels for it. I want to get full page sticky labels for FBA shipments, and 30 sheets of address labels for FNSKU's but I actually can't find anything that big.

Is my best bet regular thermal paper and put it in one of those sticky clear "bags" that UPS puts on boxes? And then I think I can get address labels for my 4xl but seems tedious to have a giant roll of FNSKU's rather than say, 5 pages.

Edit: these are what I'm referring to:

Full page labels (except for thermal, not inkjet):

30 per page labels (again, for thermal):

Plastic bag things:

u/fabricwench · 2 pointsr/sewing

I like to keep my pattern tracings, drafts, etc in large white envelopes. Pattern notes go right on the pattern pieces. The envelope is labeled with the pattern information, sizes, and variations that I've made, like different sleeves for the same t-shirt body. Some people put a photo or line drawing on the outside, too. They fit perfectly in an IKEA box if I put them sideways, then I can flip through and find what I need.

I've tried ziplock bags, I've tried hanging file folders, I've tried binders. My current system fits the most patterns in the smallest space and eliminates all the sliding plastic.

u/buttfluffvampire · 2 pointsr/Weddingsunder10k

Looks like the invitations themselves went up in price, but this is what I got:

For the info insert, I used printable postcards I snagged at the thrift store. Good luck!

u/stinkinogre · 2 pointsr/magicTCG

200 or above. Anything less isn't worth it.

For envelopes you can get these here at amazon. Pretty good price. If you need bubble mailers I usually buy them off ebay just search #000 bubble mailers.

Don't forget there is a Puca Subreddit.

Hope this helps.

u/[deleted] · 2 pointsr/math

Buy a few hundred manila folders for whenever you need to collect a bunch of like things together. For that matter, you might want to stock up on general office supplies—just keep them all in one place!—because sometimes one paperclip can make a big difference.

Anyway, I'm a fan of plastic envelopes like these, for example. Just keep everything for a given class in there, separated as need be. A single object for each class has the added benefit that opening that folder at a desk helps focus, as you have a visual reminder of exactly what you're working on—and everything there is related, so you don't run into anything that might distract you.

For scratchwork, I recommend notepads that look crappy enough that you can easily chuck them in the garbage as they fill up. If you need to keep a page, tear it out and throw it in your class folder.

u/jw41784 · 4 pointsr/Flipping

If you can do it, buy your boxes and mailers in bulk. is where I buy all my shipping supplies. It is about 1/2 the cost of ULine, and the quality is still acceptable.

I use poly mailers anytime something is under 13oz so it can be shipped USPS first class.

I also use to keep everything in one place. That drastically increased my efficiency.

A scale is an absolute must since they don't cost much, and save you a ton of money in the long run.

Buy these ( in bulk if you can, and print your own labels from your printer.

u/chokobomaster · 3 pointsr/personalfinance

Yes, I still do! But I do not carry the cash with me. I keep them at home in their respective categories. When it is time to use them or purchase, I use my credit card for everything (points). Then I just deposit the money and pay the bills same day or next day (point is not carry any balance, cc paid in full each month).

I use this envelope: Budget envelope. However I use the BLUE one not red. And I got mine from ebay which is cheaper than amazon.

Whatever works works, that is why it is called Personal Finance.

u/Burrito_Baggins · 3 pointsr/Gloomhaven

Like you I found the plano for monsters was a hassle. I went with 6 X 6 Square Envelopes worked great to hold monster card, monster standee, and monster modifier cards. Write the name of the monster on the top of the envelope and alphabetize them in a box. Makes setup so much faster.

u/andthenisawtheblood · 2 pointsr/personalfinance
  1. It might help to ask your some friends/parents/relatives about goals you should be thinking of. Might spur some ideas. Make a list of what you want life to be like in 5-10 years. I'd imagine some of those will pop out at you as a goal. Or make three columns with what you want within 2-3 years (Short Term Goals), 5-7 years (Medium Term Goals), and 10+ years (Long Term Goals).

  2. Trade it in for a cheaper used car. I'm not a car guy, I don't understand the need to "love" a car (not a ding on you, I'm just saying cars are something I use to get from A to B). You could at least get a new used car and maybe some cash in hand. Dealers will typically give you more value for your car if you trade it in as opposed to sell it.

  3. Sit down with your girlfriend and make a list of living expenses that you guys each take on or share. You might want to use something like or a DIY spreadsheet. Get a book from amazon or your library on budgeting, maybe you and your girlfriend could read it together.

    I would set up automatic transfers from your checking account to a high yield savings account. This can at least start your emergency fund and that way the money is "gone" right off the bat, you're not waiting until the end of the month to save whatever is left, or at worst, see it as mad money (you go mad with it). You could set up a couple accounts/investments based on the goal to have the money go towards.

    Studies have shown that people typically spend less when they use cash as opposed to cards. The fact that you're seeing the physical money be used makes you more hesitant to spend as opposed to it being more passive with a card. If you think that would help, you can try something like these money envelopes. Obviously you could do your own too, but you get the idea.

  4. Your situation does not sound that special, maybe you need to work on your Google-Fu, but these are questions a lot of young people have. I would not hire a financial adviser for these types of questions, the money would be better spend elsewhere. Have you seen...(THUNDER CLAP)...THE CHART!
u/mene3381 · 3 pointsr/HotPeppers

Baseball car sleeves:


These and any old binder will do! I just germinated 3 year old seeds with a high success rate that were stored in this way. Just gotta make sure they're totally dry before storing

u/Dicentra22 · 2 pointsr/seedswap

I use #1 coin envelopes for trading small seeds. I get them for free from my brother, who is really into metal detecting and uses them to store small finds (jewelry, buttons, and well, coins.) If I had to buy them myself I'd probably get something cheaper (and more waterproof, come to think of it.)

u/throwaway9832663 · 1 pointr/asktransgender

I wonder if you could get a little credit card sized envelope that you could stuff in your wallet...might work as long as the pills don't get crushed. Maybe something like this:

u/ZorbaTHut · 1 pointr/programming

Dang, that's pretty nice.

I'm pretty sure what he had were literally thousands of these, plus appropriately-sized boxes so they could sit vertically. All marked with their contents.

Not nearly as beautiful, but a whole lot cheaper.

u/BadRandolf · 2 pointsr/arduino

For small components I use coin envelopes. I write the contents on the flap and then stand them up in long, narrow boxes that I keep in a drawer. It's super cheap and takes almost no space.

u/realistic_meat · 3 pointsr/gardening

I keep mine in paper coin envelopes inside of a ziplock freezer bag in the freezer.

The envelopes are something like this:

I bought a box of 500 about 10 years ago in an office supply store and I still have about 400 left.