Well, Lee, you may be bonkers but likely not alone. I tend to at least mark down the games played.You can see the result of my 2021 game-recap madness at,https://palousewargamingjournal.blogspot.com/2022/01/the-year-in-review-games-played.html.I never track wins and losses, though.
It appears so. A few people have confirmed they do something similar.
I hope you don't include solo games as wins!! Yes Lee, you are bonkers but not just because you keep a log.
Lol. Solo games are recorded as such and just add to the tally of total games.
My Blog is primarily my diary/log of wargaming, the waffle etc is entirely ancillary to that.
Another interesting and thought-provoking commentary, so thanks for that!To the extent that it would count or qualify, my record of wargaming is a spreadsheet of articles submitted and published in a variety of magazines. This goes back to 1995 or so. I was rather tardy with respect to joining the blogosphere and my effort is certainly nothing to write home about, but there is some sort of record there. As a solo wargamer (dyed in the wool), I have kept track of blog posts (word count, pictures and captions, maps, number of "views" and comments, etc.). In sum, yes, I do keep track of my gaming adventures, experiments and so forth. Cheers,Chris
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