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A classic game made just for kids. Play a card from your hand, and place your chip on the corresponding character on the board. The first with…

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Trash can: Or better yet, separate receptacles for waste and recyclables. Take it one step further with a paper shredder.

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Hirahara’s beautifully written and deeply moving mystery set in 1943 is about the lives of two sisters, Rose and Aki Ito (Nisei, first generation Japanese born in America) after their release from Manzanar, a concentration camp in California. Rose is relocated first and heads to Chicago. If Rose “insisted on something, the whole family went along with it.” They follow Rose to Chicago. But on the day they arrive, they learn Rose was run over at the corner of Clark and Division. Aki doesn’t want to be “that tragic girl,” the “surviving sister.” With Rose’s diary in hand and a deep commitment to her sister’s memory in her heart, Aki investigates. Hirahara’s novel is an accomplished and important story about a time in American history that I felt privileged bearing witness to.

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With spas closed for lockdown, Aleksandra Lozinska (@bygeeligt) took matters into her own hands and turned her bathroom into a completely Zen spa-like escape using key elements of Japandi style.

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If you still want that 70s aesthetic but you’re not willing to sacrifice your weekend to get it, try this easy circle mural from artist and designer @dazey_la. Using a string, a nail, a pencil, and a hammer, she creates a perfect circle. From there, you just need a roller for the center, a hand paint brush for the edges, and your favorite color of paint.

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Fashion and DIY TikTok creator @marianaxvalencia shows you how to make modern décor that shows off your expensive taste (even if you have a tight budget). Using gesso and stretched canvas, she creates a textured monochrome work of art that can add visual interest to any modern home or apartment.

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Speaking of “Zelda,” it sounds like we may still be waiting for a little while until we see the next great adventure in that series. The latest original game to grace Nintendo Switch doesn’t even have the name “Zelda” in the title, and for good reason: It’s an action game in the vein of “Dynasty Warriors” in which you spend hours mowing down hundreds upon hundreds of enemies in a story that serves as a sort of prequel to “Breath of the Wild.”

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1. Warm up with store-bought hand warmers, microwavable heating pads, hot water bottles or heated blankets. Following the manufacturer's instructions and concentrating on your torso are key, said JohnEric Smith, an associate professor in the department of kinesiology at Mississippi State University. "If you warm the core you can warm the hands and feet. It is harder to warm the core by warming the hands and feet."

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