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Amazon’s Echo Dot was a complete game-changer, giving people access to Alexa without having to spend $180 on an Echo. These days, however, the Echo Dot’s $50 price tag is still high compared to some other options out there. A perfect example is the Eufy Genie, which costs less than $30 and yet still packs nearly all the same features as Amazon’s Echo Dot. Definitely check one out if you’re in the market for a low-cost Alexa speaker.
Hey all, Trevor from Vertigo Games and Vincent from Jaywalkers here. We are excited to let you know that next Tuesday Arizona Sunshine’s free DLZ update will be available to all PS VR players, including not one, but two additional maps for its survival-style endless Horde mode!
Each of these new maps is bigger and allows for a more dynamic play style than the Horde map you’ve been enjoying up until now. Both are playable solo and for up to four players in co-op multiplayer.
Setting out to create more Horde mode maps, initially we really wanted to play with the element of darkness. That’s why the campaign’s dark Old Mine was a natural fit for the first new map. Only this time, there are way, waaaayyy more Freddies jumping at you from its dark pits and corners.
Christmas is one week away today. If you’re like me, you had all the best intentions to make a pile of hand knit gifts for your deserving loved ones, but never quite got around to it. Fear not, there’s still time to make some. Here’s a couple of ideas.
The one thing your mother wants most this Mother’s Day is to spend time with you. But a little gift will also sweeten the pot.
She may be difficult to shop for — according to a survey by online reservation company OpenTable, six in 10 Canadians get stressed trying to find the perfect gift for mom — but just knowing you’ve put thought into the purchase is probably enough for her.
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This year, give her a double whammy on Mother’s Day: a thoughtful gift that she’ll love. We’ve compiled 10 top Mother’s Day items for $50 and less that will be sure to garner you a “Kid of the Year” label. (You’re welcome.)
If you think about nurturing a child or a dog, most of us understand the basics about what such behaviors ask of us. But when grown men and women complain that their spouses or intimate partners don’t nurture them enough, often their partners say that they don’t know what nurturing behaviors are — or what’s being asked of them. So permit me to inquire: What does it mean to nurture someone you’re in a committed relationship with? What are nurturing behaviors that an adult would want to receive?
A few ways to nurture someone include listening to her when she talks, trying to understand him when he is attempting to articulate his feelings, being his/her sounding board, being supportive and encouraging, and taking a genuine interest in what he or she is interested in. You might acknowledge your partner’s efforts, as well as the time and energy s/he has devoted to work, or child-rearing, or house upkeep, to name a few of the ways he or she contributes to your comfort and well-being. If you do that, your spouse will feel acknowledged, loved and cared about by you, because none of us have really given up our desire to be nurtured.
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