Walkin’ Up a Storm

If you liked running, you’re going to love walking. Why bounce around town, drenched in sweat, when you can go on a power walk instead? Walking can be just as healthy, and it is the perfect kind of exercise for those who are unable to participate in more strenuous sports. Rupert’s article outlines the history…

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Do You Like Scary Stories?

If So, You’re Going to Love This . . . The film adaptation of Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark just came out, and boy is it a fright. Based on the “children’s” series that goes by the same name, it is meant to be a family-friendly film. But if you’ve read the series,…

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A “Fairy” Good Recipe

This recipe is absolutely magical. Fairy bread is fun, colorful, and super simple. It makes for the perfect kids’ party snack and is very popular in both Australia and New Zealand. Typically, fairy bread is cut into triangles, but in my recipe, I decided to use cookie cutters to create fun new shapes. – Dred…

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Spider-Man, Spider-Man

Does Whatever a Spider Can In this article, @moviebeasts writes a fair and honest review of the SEVENTH installment of the modern-day Spider-Man series. Spider-Man: Far From Home was released earlier this month. Featuring a tween Peter Parker and Mary Jane, the film gives the impression of a fairly light-hearted installment. But as the author…

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Get a “Virtual” Life

Get Together in “The Sims 4” We doubt that you can find someone who knows more about The Sims 4 than @Positively SIMful (or Kenzie, for short). Even though she is a relatively new author, she’s already made a name for herself on LevelSkip as a Sims-pert. Her article, The Sims 4: Get Together Expansion…

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Bloggin’ Like the Wind

Blog Update! We’ve given our blog a much-needed makeover! We are hoping to begin posting more regularly and cover a wider range of topics (and potentially bring some old installments back, such as “Hubber to Hubber”). If you have any suggestions, feel free to drop us a line or start a thread in the HubPages…

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