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Nannies/Parents! Last year I provided this list to you and got such good feedback I decided to literally turn it into a book. Little Human Larks: A Survival Guide for Escaping the Screen Zombies can be found on kindle/amazon here: https://www.amazon.com/Little-Human-Larks-Survival-Escaping-ebook/dp/B0877TNPRX/ref=sr_1_2?dchild=1&qid=1587223999&refinements=p_27%3AKatie+Rose&s=digital-text&sr=1-2&text=Katie+Rose It is free to read on Kindle Unlimited, and $9 for purchase. I am leaving my original list up for you to view. I have since quadrupled my list, sorted into chapters, and categorized whether each activity is most appropriate for Babies, Toddlers, or School-Age.( I’ve also added a Holidays Section that I didn’t really address with my original post with activities/crafts/and gifts from kids to parents ideas since I’ve noticed we are always asking each other for help at Christmas/birthdays/mothers day/fathers day/valentines ideas etc.) In another post, I will provide to you a free preview of each chapter, but I will be keeping this list up permanently as well. I know a lot of you had Saved it, so I don’t want to take it away. Here you go! Original List: I‘ve noticed a lot of posts lately looking for ideas. These should be free or low cost ones for various ages: (hopefully I didn't repeat myself too often!)
Riddle treasure hunt ("this is where I lay my head, every night to go to bed" - run to pillow, etc)
Treasure map hunt. This is much harder, but I found success in drawing up a map, but not putting where x marks the spot. I used a lot of props, and clues. I took lots of pictures, and made a story book out of them.
Scavenger hunt. "Find one adult blue shoe"
Painting! Show me a kid that doesn't love it. We paint pictures, coloring book pages, cardboard, fancy canvases, $1 birdhouses from Michaels, etc
Make a bird house! There are $1 available at craft stores, or you can make pine cones ones, etc
Wild Animal search on a walk
Write and illustrate story books. This is a firm favorite. It doesn't have to be the great American novel. Simple misunderstandings are a good plot line, or describing your family.
Create your own lift the flap book! We are doing this right now, baby loves play peek a boo. I take one picture of him hiding, and one of him behind discovered.
Kindness projects! I love these. Bringing treats to the neighbors or fire station (cough, with notice you can get a tour of the engine most likely). Paint rocks with inspiring messages to be found. Leave post it's with happy thoughts. Collect donations for something. Pick up litter.
Reading challenge. I love these because it enforces making reading a habit, is educational, and it gives me a break when the oldest is being too silly- I have her read out loud to me. I did a prize for reading 100, she flashed through that in one weekend, she was so jazzed for a prize. Now we're working on 400 and it's a special project just for us- books read with mom and dad no longer count. (Mildly suspicious she was cheating...)
Read out loud a long book
Let them listen to a kids storybook podcast
Puzzles! The dollar store has some. I also purchased a set of blank ones from Michaels that we color on special occasions. (Example: a puzzle was one of the clues to solve in a riddle hunt)
Sensory bins with waterice/beans/cotton balls
Freeze toys in a small storage container and have them dig the 'fossils' out with a spoon. Another firm favorite
Dance party! We love the oldies.
Obstacle course. There are so many great ideas for this on Pinterest. You can use painters tape for them to climb through a spider web in the hallway, a 2x4 as a balance beam, etc.
Baking! All kids seem to love this and it helps teach a valuable skill. Brownies, muffins, banana bread are all great for this.
Writing letters to relatives. You can also send a 'long distance hug'- cut out hands with a string connecting them.
Making jewelry. 4+ years old can do this if you help tie the knots for them.
Make your own instruments- rice in a container, etc.
Play dress up. Bonus points if you bring some of your own clothes in, it's super exciting to wear a pretty grown up dress.
Make a fort.
Make an alphabet art book! This one was a big hit. We did handprint animal art for each letter of the alphabet, and then wrote puns for all of them. (I googled animal name valentine puns for this because there were a few hard ones) this took months to do with a toddler but it turned out wonderfully.
There are so many paper plate or toilet paper roll crafts available on Pinterest
Toddlers: draw a shape and have them sticker the line
Create your own paper dolls with scissors and magazines
Alphabet collage- one letter per page. picture of apples go on the A page, etc.
Check out free classes. I don't live in a big city but we've got free story times, animal viewings, craft stuff, free events in town.
Make a point to visit every single park in town
Go look at the animals at pet stores
Easter egg hunt
Make watering plants the kids responsibility
I have some ThinkFun toys of my own that occasionally I'll bring to work and let the oldest play with. These are great because they teach strategy, and most are one player.
Make your own Guess Who game with family and friend pictures
Have the kids organize a picnic.
Legos! Magnatiles! Blocks!
Blindfold, or have the kids sick their hands into a mystery box and try to figure out what they're touching. A sock, hair clip, lego, play doh, whatever.
I'm not a big fan of play doh, but it's always an option. You can make it more special by making your own.
Birthday party for a favorite doll or stuffed animal.
Car wash station for their cars and trucks.
Save bubble wrap when you get something fragile in the mail and let them walk on it
Cosmic Kids Yoga on YouTube
We do art for holidays- snowflakes, craft stick ornaments, etc
We usually plan a surprise for the parents on big holidays. It's much more for the kids than the parents. We spend a lot of time planning and executing
Make a robot out of a cereal box, tinfoil, whatever decorations you've got
Makeovers, if you're comfortable with that. (I myself worry about getting young girls fixated on their looks, but mine are already into dress up. I'm cool with play makeup as long as it's only inside the house )
Plant and care for veggies
Have them go through their closets and put aside anything that doesn't fit anymore- very time consuming, and it's satisfying to free up space
Got a big empty box? Color or paint it to make a house
Chalk. You can create quote bubbles or scenes for funny pictures. "Miss you mom" or superman flying over a city, etc. you could also make a city- a road for their car to drive, and shops to stop at.
Roll down a hill
Sort pompoms by color or push them through a hole in a box
Run through a sprinkler when it's warm enough
Fill up the bathtub and let them go nuts with cups, funnels, and strainers. Could throw some glow sticks in there as well. Create a water table if it's warm enough.
One of my favorite things to do as a kid was turn a bookshelf into a barbies home. I actually had a dream house, but preferred this. Let kids get creative with their barbies. An adult shoe makes a great Barbie car.
Throw balls into laundry baskets
Push kids in laundry baskets. Beep beep.
If you have em: roller skate, rollerblade skateboard, Skip It
Get a Parachute and become the most popular house on the block. Could cheat with a blanket. place ‘popcorn’ on top and shake- balls, small toys, etc
Go on an easy hiking trail. There are plenty of small kid friendly ones.
Fly a kite. Or release a plastic bag on a windy day and chase after it.
Pour vegetable oil on to a baking tray. Use droppers to put food coloring water on to it. Makes great designs.
Make your own bowling game
See who can hop the longest
Work on learning Spanish together
Hide and seek, or sardines (when you find the person, hide with them until the last person searching finds us)
Pool noodle sword fight
Make a touch and feel book
Make a felt board set
Lacing or buckle/ lock boards
Stick pipe cleaners through a colander
Start a nature collection.
When we drive the eldest does the aphabet game- tries to find the whole alphabet in order via billboards, signs, license plates, etc
Go through all the miscellaneous socks in the laundry and have the kids find the matches
Have the kids find five toys they don't play with anymore, and set aside for mom and dad to deal with or put in storage
Go through family photo albums and have them tell me everything about them.
Make puppets with lunch sacks
Pretend ice skating
Little ones: make a point of having them practice going up and down stairs safely every day. There WILL be a day when they find an unlocked gate and will decide to go on an adventure. The more practice they've had, the better!
Have Exercise Time! Jumping jacks tend to be a hit.
Create a Mystery for them to solve as Detectives . I love doing this because it involves problem solving, team work, and strategy in a fun way.
Animal rescue- put a bunch of hair ties or rubber bands around a small figure.
Create your own I Spy or Wheres Waldo book
Melt beads in cookie cutters to make ornaments
Using stickers to make a phrase on canvas (before painting begins) is a neat way to make baby art cherished. Just peel it off after the rest of it dries
Make your own tic tac toe game with painted rocks and cardboard. We made ours into ladybugs vs bumblebees. Super easy!
Funny face flip books
Make your own marble run
Q tip dot paint art
Learn sign language
Pipe cleaner fishing
Got crazy doll hair? I haven't tried this but 2 tbsp fabric softener with water in a spray bottle allegedly works.
Try to find five different types of birds
Build with spaghetti and marshmallows
Try to teach reading
Teach how to fold clothes
Make a dream catcher
Feed ducks (not bread!)
Make a fairy door
Play 20 Questions
Play in the rain
Create your own vehicles with straws, toothpicks, bottle caps, etc.
Make your own plinko game with solo cups
Make your own foosball game- shoe box, straw, clothespins pins, and a ping pong ball.
Make your own piñata
Use a tarp and a sprinkler to make your own slip and slide. Dish soap will make it very slippery!
Make your own mini golf. (Through on upside down opened book, up a ramp, etc)
Drop clothespins into a jar
Make a wind chime- could paint old keys
Bean bag toss/cornhole
Pompon shooters- half a solo cup with a ballon
Do it yourself lacing activity- all you need is yarn and cardboard
Make your own magnets. Could create a busy board with a pizza tray
Have a contest to see who can find the most bugs
Create a solar system
Make a gallery for an art show. Frame them for real or with construction paper.
Art rubbings- tree bark, moldings, leaves, graves
Make a sun catcher
Older kids: ask them what they're hungry for, and then have them make it as much as they can without you helping them
Potato sack race (garbage bag or mermaid blankets work fine)
Describe cloud shapes
Marble paint in a container
Paint water colors on salt
Make a music video
Drop off a snack and love note at parents office
Songs with motions- head, shoulders, knees and toes, five little pumpkins, the locomotion,if you're happy and you know it, or the hokey pokey, etc
Make cardboard wings and become birds
Make a word search with everybody's name in it
Make googly eye dice
Paint the bathtub
Make a time capsule
Help a neighbor- rake leaves, shovel,snow, pull weeds
Opposites day. Pretend the oldest is the youngest and vice versa.
Create your own doll with materials from around the house
Make a stressball with a balloon and flour.
Do it yourself ski-ball
Balloon tennis with craft stick and paper plates
I spy bottles- fill a water bottle up with rice and tiny trinkets.
Tie dye milk experiment
Mess free finger painting-squirt paint inside a ziplock bag.
Bubble painting- blow colored water into paper with wand.
Make a balancing scale: solo cups with string on two sides of a hanger.
Frisbee golf- try to throw into a laundry basket
Find something already broken and take it apart
Shaving cream sensory bin. Can use food coloring
Sort small items using a tongs
Drawing challenge: can you draw a dragon carrying a queen and her pet bird?
Figuring out the various ways coins can make a dollar
Practice somersaults and cartwheels. Who can do the most in a row?
Stack Attack: Make a solo cup wall
Make your own crayon or Use old crayon bits to do melt art with a hair dryer
Thoroughly clean a tree house.
Tin foil boat race
Spray chalk or painting on sidewalk
Read a big book, and then watch the movie as a reward. Matilda is perfect for this.
Target golf. Cut out spots in a cardboard box to aim for.
One line stories. One person writes a line- then the next person writes another. Fold up accordion style so the person currently writing can ONLY see the one line previous. You can do a verbal version of this with younger kids.
Story stones. Paint people/animals/objects into rocks. Randomly grab five or so and tell a story about these things. The rocks will serve as a prompt for kids to continue talking.
Water balloon tee ball.
Crystallized snowflakes experiment.
Craft fancy birthday or holiday cards
Make a family newspaper
Make a toy parachute
At home wheel of fortune
Make a magic wand
Have a Harry Potter day- themed snacks, outfits, accents, games, read, watch a movie
Make staticky hair with balloons
Let the kids help you make an activities calendar- a special activity or idea for each day for them to look forward to
Make a literal calendar - photoshoot or art for each month.
Clothespin animals. There are dozens of examples on Pinterest
Mason jar pretend aquariums
String and tin can walkie talkies
Make a breakfast buffet for lunch with a few silly toppings (ex: gummy worms)
Make your own fruit snacks or granola bars
Practice tying knots or shoe laces
Choreograph a dance
Sell lemonade and brownies
Identify animal tracks
I haven't done this yet, but really want to - a DIY operation game. I was thinking of putting a giant piece of cardboard with cutout spots over a kiddie pool, and using tongs to operate.
Try to sing the abcs backwards
Upside down snowman
Freeze wet clothes into silly shapes
Use a kiddie pool to make an igloo in the snow.
Decorate notebooks to use as a diary
Practice using combination locks or house keys
Memorize mom and dads phone numbers
Make necklaces that have phone numbers in them (can be worn under the shirt out in public in case they get lost)
Try to teach a pet a trick
Poke objects through a diaper wipe container.
Fish tank sensory bag
Make an airfort with a fan, a sheet, and objects to hold the sheet in place- I use books
Say a word and have them come up with a rhyming word
Make your own escape room challenges. Pinterest has lots of good ones
Do a silly baby photo shoot for an older child
Make fruit smoothies. Can freeze them into popsicles too
Create super heroes
Ice cream in a bag activity
If you're willing to wait a long time for shipping, there are super cheap Russian nesting dolls you can get on eBay for about a dollar. Paint or color away! You could make a family
Lowes has little vehicle kits for about $8 I think. I've found them cheaper on eBay. Assemble and paint!
Wrap rubber bands around the bulge of muffin tins. Good for motor skills!
Pin the tail on the donkey
Spoon egg race (use plastic Easter eggs)
Pass the parcel
Three legged race. Make it doubly hard by having the kids face different directions.(good for if there's a big age difference to even up the playing field)
Duct tape your joints (big kids only) super fun. Wear junk clothes that cover you completely. Duck tape your knees, waist, and elbows. (Or just knees for simplicity) Run around, be silly, try to play a game like football or soccer. (Was anyone else a fan of The Brendan Leonard Show? 😏)
Memory tray. Collect recognizable objects (shell, block, toothbrush, etc.) and place 7-10 on a tray (less objects for younger kids). Have children view the tray. Place a scarf over the tray and remove an object. Have children name the missing object. Child who names the object can remove the next item. Repeat until all kids have had a turn.
Hot lava/ don't touch the ground
Ballon waddle race- can't use your hands to carry
Crazy socks. Set a timer for a minute and see who can out on the most sets of socks.
Wheel barrow races
Human hungry hungry hippos- spread balls, one kid lays on a skateboard while the other pushes. Try to collect the most balls into a container
Spy training- lots of ideas on Pinterest
Dangle a donut by a string, have kids try to eat with no hands
Telephone (whisper once down the line. By the time it gets to the last person it's probably a different message)
Duck duck gray duck
Heads up 7up
Swing the statue. One person is “it” and takes each player by the hand/arm and swings them around. However the second player lands, he/she must freeze in that position (like a statue) and hold it for the remainder of the game. Whoever falls first is now “it”.
Dress up in siblings clothes for the day, if possible
Big foot game (on Pinterest)
Amazing Race challenges (on Pinterest) type "how to host an amazing race birthday party at home" really good for bigger kids
Life sized candy land game. If you have one of those colored connecting foam rugs,these work great for that
Race, using a straw to blow solo cups across table
Compliments challenge. Try to give one to ten different people throughout the day.
Make tissue paper flowers with pipe cleaner stems
Tug of war
Junk in the trunk game- on Pinterest, with a bunch of other Minute to Win it games
Create a soup or pizza with what you have on hand.
Q tip arrows. Place bowl on a blanket. Stand outside the blanket, and blow quip through a straw, trying to land in the bowl
Put beads in a bowl of water- use a spoon to fish them out
Got bunk beds? Use sheets to create walls for the bottom bunk
Take pictures of art pieces> turn into a Shutterfly book. Throw out anything that's not super special
Sweep pompoms into painters tape square
Daniel tiger and Motown music are both good choices for screen time. DT teaches how to manage emotions, MM is clean,happy music with a good beat
Trade books at a Little Free Library
Make a crock pot meal- very hard to screw up, and the anticipation will build all day AND they can show it off to mom and dad at dinner. Potatoes, shoulder roast, and carrots with bouillon cubes or broth is a very easy one.
Have a pajama day
Erect a camping tent and make a fake fire. Could roast marshmallows over a candle.
Make a hollow book in a thrift store or never to be read again book.
I'm blanking on what these are called, but theres this game with magnetic shapes, with challenge cards-like 'use the shapes to create an ice cream cone' - triangle and circle. You could make your own with construction paper.
Paint craft sticks and add magnets- can create houses, shapes, letters on the fridge or dishwasher
Build your library. Hopefully the parents will agree and pay, but I also use books as prizes for challenges I set them, or elaborate games. The thrift store near me sells treasury book collections for $1 and most have about six stories in them. I'm personally ok with spending that amount on books for the kids. Sharing a love for reading is super important to me. examine the scholastic book catalogs closely. Trade books with neighbors
Culture units- learn about a different country every week
Snack necklaces - yarn with cheerios, pretzels, etc
Mosaic art is great for little ones
Draw a map of the neighborhood
Scrub rubber part of dirty shoes clean with old tooth brush, and add new shoelaces
Empty all the waste baskets for mom and dad- challenge to do it in under two minutes
Have them sort recycling
Giant gingerbread man. Using butcher paper, trace child. Then use art supplies to decorate it.
Multicultural book challenge. I'm white, and in retrospect as a kid most of my books were about white kids, with like one token black or Asian kid. Forget about Muslim. As an adult, I'm really sad for those kids who were only represented by that token person, if at all. Go out of your way to look for books with more representation. One of our favorite books is Princess Hair which is about different black hairstyles. I have a whole list if you want ideas.
Learn how to say hello in as many languages as you can
Play hair salon. Selfishly I LOVE having my hair played with, I'm a very willing participant for the role of customer. If your kids are old enough to not be wiggly, you could curl their hair.
Lists! Ten things I love about mommy, my favorite foods, red things in my bedroom, etc.
See who can pick up the most marshmallows using chopsticks in one minute.
Go through books and tape loose or rippled pages
Make a sticky art wall with contact paper
Paint flower pots with thumbprint flowers, ladybugs, and bees
Wall tunnels with tape and paper towel rolls. Roll a ball or matchbox car through
Make holes in boxes, barely place golf tees in, and let the kids use a shoe or plastic hammer to hammer it all the way in
Match uppercase letters to lower case
Practice wrapping gifts with newspaper
Make pop up cards
Play Marco Polo
Fold paper boxes
Make something with clay
Draw your own coloring books
Sticker bike helmets
Make name plate for bedroom
Teach kids how to Marie Kondo fold/ organize wardrobe
Move out of season clothes
Dust and Vacuumm playroom- my kiddos LOVE to help vacuum
If you don’t trust your kiddo to water plants, snake plants are pretty unkillable and won’t poke like cactuses. A good way to enforce responsibility.
Baby yoga or boot camp
Water beads inside a plastic bag- tape it to a window.
Tearing construction/different types of paper or material. Note the differences. Which is the hardest? Easiest?
Help wash, dry, or put dishes. Could adapt to make the really little ones “help”
Mirror time. We really like to pop up dramatically and yell boo.
Practice waving to strangers
Make safety plans with children- what do you do in a fire? What do you do if someone says “be quiet or ill hurt you?” Could make a code word.
Ball pit (swimming pool?) Filled with stuffed animals/squishies. 323.homemade soap/crayons
Stack and destroy towers... this could be a lesson after they learn to fold laundry 😉)
Practice feeding and dressing themselves
Discuss news stories.Practice empathy.
Poke toothpicks into apples - good for motor skills without damaging the food- perfectly ok to eat when you’re done
Splatter paint outside in swimsuits. I’d encourage shower caps too.
Throw sponges at a chalk target board
Jello hunt- excavating toys. Easier for younger kids than ice.
Make your own gak- so many recipes are out there
Make chains to count down to an exciting day.
Set up a pen friend (cousin, friend from school, doesn’t need to be a foreign stranger)
Try to learn an instrument. Piano, ukulele, harmonica. Some libraries let you check instruments out. 335.Use food to create animal faces
Make travel bingo cards. Pictures for small children. Find a yield sign, airplane, etc.
Construction paper animals, and teach about that animal.
Moon sand/kinetic sand/foam dough/cloud dough
Afraid of monsters? Make an Anti Monster spray bottle
Redecorate a Pringle’s can into a pretty design/ bake cookies to place inside > gift them to someone.
Tie dye shirts
Microwave a dove soap bar
Hide and seek an object (at night do it with glow sticks)
Learn how to Tell time
Count to 100
Create a season bucket list
Make a fancy train track
Set out ingredients for age appropriate food and have them serve you like a chef/waitress. (Could just be cereal) could make menus. When I was little my brother would valet our ‘car’ and it was such a highlight (he’d drag us across the floor on a blanket )
This ones a little weird and probably controversial - but we used to play a game we called Houdini- we’d tie someone up with scarves and see if the person could get out. I’d say only good for big kids, have a safe word, and probably a good idea to clear this one with parents beforehand.
If you have more ideas I’ll edit them in for one cohesive list. I’m putting serious consideration into the idea of making an AFFORDABLE ebook- with age brackets, details for recipes and experiments, and my various treasure hunt and homemade book plot instructions- I have quite a few! I am going I leave this list up for viewing- I just ask you don’t copy and paste into a blog, etc. I spent hours and hours on this list and I’m still getting lots of inspiration I will keep adding! 💗
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Hiho folks, just chiming in to ask if there are any details on the western release date for the DVDs, since i cannot find any tangible information on the internet and i do not own nor plan to own a BD player. If there are no such details, is there any JP import site where i can pay in euros? And preferably not at a extortionist price of 50 to 100+ dollars for one DVD! Have a nice one everyone!
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2017.12.21 16:26 VallosotaMedion pc; new, was fine, now slow most of the time, flickering screen. Win10
Hiho! My parents bought a new medion pc not even a month ago and it worked fine at the beginning. Now it's rather slow most of the time, gets stuck and doesn't react on commands, once the sceen flickered with "eight horizontal stripes". What could the problem be? I imagine the drivers are up to date, as it's factory new so to say. Best regards, Vallosota!
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The Hidden Jadestone bounties are starting now and submissions can be made till 24. November midnight UTC+1. After that the submissions will be displayed and the community can vote for their favourites till 1. December midnight UTC1. The one with the most votes after the voting has ended will win the bounty.
And of course there is still the bounty of encryptedcharms. Reward: 10,000 AEON (5000 AEON paid through AEON dev fund by smooth (no enddate) and 5000 AEON paid by encryptedcharms (offer good until November 1st, 2018)) Job: 10,000 Aeon for the first working open source web wallet verified by devs Link to description:
UPDATE An additional bounty has been released, bounty reward was donated by Kosass UPDATE
Reward: 15 AEON Job: Provide an opensource AEON paper wallet generator for the community that can be used offline to generate a printable paper wallet design which has at least the public key, private key and a QR code of the public key on it. It should also include a seed generator, which can be taken/forked from existing sources. Link to description:
2017.11.15 14:23 blackbird9500Activate USB port after disable in BIOS
HiHo community, Im not that good in "Hacking" things or using backdoors but i wonder if it's possible to activate or use USB ports after completely disable them in BIOS. I could only test it on my work notebook and they didnt work even when: *registry is set to activate *device manager is saying they are activated So is there any way for lets say the Goverment or very smart robbers to put in there hancy fancy RAM reading tools or other USB tools without restarting the PC which leads to instand unmounted containers and encrypted date. I hope someone has better knowledge of such things than me :: still learning ::
2017.11.09 16:08 used2bgoodWeekend before Christmas + Odd # of Travelers, Help?
Hi everyone - native NYer here, but it's been 20+ years since I've lived in the city, and normally we only come up for day trips as a single/couple. This year, a friend has asked that we make a two day trip with the kids so that they can see the lights since her mini has never been (mine loves NYC). Trying to find reasonable (less than $600 total) accommodations for 3 adults and 2 kids is proving to be problematic. I've already checked the HiHo (no availability) and some of the other low cost, safe, CLEAN places that I know, and am striking out. Posting this here in the hopes of getting some suggestions for places to stay that I maybe haven't tried. Kids are 10/13, and we're going to be going to AMNH on day 1, then see the lights and the tree on day 2 before heading back south. Travel dates are 12/21-12/23, and we're driving, so parking is a consideration. Any suggestions, thoughts, deals that you all know of? (Thanks so much!!)
2017.09.28 18:30 FubsyGamrWe should do a megathread for WatchOS 4 faces and reasonings?
Hiho! I am a new watch user, just got my S3 space grey stainless steel, and I really love it. I'm a little mixed up trying to figure out which face I'd like to use, and the complications I want to choose for it. I'll start by saying that, for whatever reason, I find the Siri face completely useless. She only ever shows my next Calendar appointment, and then what time the sun will set. I never get anything else. If I have no appointments, sometimes I'll get Breath, but basically it's always sunset. This is my current. Weather, messages, email, date & time, and calendar up front. This watch face works for me as long as my day has several meetings in it. Some days I'll have 4-5 scheduled meetings, but other days I'll have 0 and I feel like I'm just wasting space. I also work out every day but I'm not sure if I want it always on the watch face....I use Strong but I haven't had much chance to try it since getting my watch. So I'd love to see some inspiration! What is your setup like? Why did you choose it?
Hiho folks, sorry if this has been asked/discussed before, but I just bought my Nexus a month ago and haven't caught up to date yet. For this past month I noticed the battery would not discharge overnight, since, well, I'm not using the phone. But this past night my battery died, and I noticed it kept discharging at roughly the same rate as when I was using. I'm pretty sure it happened the night before as well, but I didn't pay attention then, and can't say for sure. Is this a known issue? Is there something I can check to find out the problem? Thanks.
2015.12.05 12:39 RwlyraUp to date Rogue guides/tips/tactics for normal/nightmare?
Hiho. I've noticed a general lack of up to date rogue guides on the forums. How do you guys play them? Traps? Stealth? Poisons? They are very class point-hungry and I only had moderate success with a no-trap build (didn't get to East though).
Hiho, I wanted to suggest we create a timeline for Resh that lists all events and tales. This way we have an easy way to access all of them and have a good way to put them into perspective as well. I made a bare bones timeline and added the information I deemed important for the list to try the concept. I added all tales with known dates. It's easy to edit but not very fancy. If you want your tale added simply give me the date. Any opinions on this? Suggestions? Edit : UPDATED VERSION WITH A LOT MORE VIEWING OPTIONS
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2015.02.17 10:36 kondor986FINAL FANTASY XIV: HEAVENSWARD 31-03-2015
FINAL FANTASY XIV: HEAVENSWARD 31-03-2015 Hiho. I hear unofficial information form French Square Enix who translate game for this language. Relese Plan for FFXIV is: 24.02.2015 patch 2.51 - Casino + Relic 07.03.2015 Sqare Enix conference 24.03.2015 Patch 2.55 - Battle for ishgard (7 days full time event for gatherers, crafters and disciple of war classes) - this is end for main scenario from 2.0 and beginning of 3.0. 31.03.2015 - HEAVENSWARD release date. (Confirmed by Sony - they extended free transfer form ps3 to ps4 until expansion pack will be released - information form 03.12.2014) All Information are NOT confirm by SE and for this moment all was only speculation from few posts form Sony, SE and "informants".
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