Take up an exercising regimenRelaxing on the couch can be fun, but you might get restless after a while. There are dozens of virtual fitness programs to choose from that you can do at home, but it's ultimately about finding the one that you like and that fits your lifestyle. Some fitness apps are free, like FitOn, and are packed with features that other apps would charge for. Other apps, such as Pocket Yoga, have free features but require subscriptions for the full experience. You can also workout with your Google Home or on YouTube. … [Read more...] about 11 things to do in quarantine when you’ve already made 3 loaves of banana bread
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Checked baggage fees Overweight/oversize baggage fees Change fees Phone reservation fees Pet flight fees Airport lounge day passes and annual memberships Seat assignment fees Inflight amenity fees (beverages, food, pillows/blankets, etc.) Inflight entertainment fees (excluding wireless internet) If you need to pay to change an airline reservation or redeposit miles, that would work as a way to use the Amex airline fee credit while you aren't traveling. There also are select airline lounge one-time passes you could purchase from home to use on future travel, usually up to one year after purchase. For example, in the United app, you can purchase a one-time United Club pass for $59. … [Read more...] about 13 credit card annual credits you can redeem from home
Ultimately, the decision is pretty clear. Unless you absolutely want/need hands-free Google Assistant, USB-C, or wireless charging from the Pixel Buds, the Echo Buds are the better pick, especially considering their considerably lower price point. Sure, the Echo Buds might feature a substantially larger charging case, but the Echo Buds essentially offer you the same feature set (and a bit more) for a considerably lower price point. … [Read more...] about Google Pixel Buds (2020) vs. Amazon Echo Buds: Which should you buy?
fxAre the special effects in Blood Machines convincing? What does that even mean? I know those spaceships aren't real, so how could they possibly be convincing? If the point of FX is to just duplicate reality and that doesn't work out, what do you have left? No, the FX in Blood Machines are good because its spaceships end up somewhere between insects and HR Giger's bondage monsters, with Gothic architecture thrown in. Cubism and Impressionism aren't photorealistic, so why should the model city in King Kong or the phony crowds in Citizen Kane be? Have you watched The Mummy with Brendan Fraser recently? Its pharaonic Egypt is utterly unconvincing and all the more charming for it. … [Read more...] about At the end of time and space are phat beats:
ABC Mouse calls itself an "Early Learning Academy," and it's designed with 850 lessons and more than 9,000 different activities to help keep your child's attention and teach new things. Your kids will be given a wide variety of things to do like reading books, painting pictures, listening to music, and more. They can explore different locations like zoos and farms, and the whole time the website uses different reward systems and learning paths to guide them along to newer and more advanced activities. … [Read more...] about Entertain and educate your child with 3 months of ABC Mouse and Adventure Academy for $10 apiece