Day one of Blaugust has officially begun here in Australia. You can check out a full list of participants here.
I have been seeing a lot of hype over Rocket League over the past few weeks, but paid it no mind. Then, by chance, I stumbled across this community review of it, and noticed a line right at the bottom that caught my attention:
Rocket League is currently free* for those of you on PlayStation Plus.
Wait a second. I actually have a PlayStation Plus subscription! Why do I not pay more attention to these things?! I figured it made no sense at all to completely ignore such glowing reviews with I have access to it, and I decided I’d make the ultimate commitment… I’d tell my six year old about it.
Children grow like sprouts and you can spend a fortune updating your child’s room every time they go through a new fad or outgrow their furniture. By planning ahead you can save so much money and time, as well as come up with creative solutions to make your child’s furniture last.
Bel from Tales of the Aggronaut announced last week that the Blaugust Challenge will be happening again this year. The challenge involves publishing one blog (or vlog) every day in August, and there are some cool prizes up for grabs if you can manage the full 31 days.
I am hereby declaring my intentions to not just complete this challenge, but to absolutely dominate it.
I have not had much luck when it comes to prescription glasses. First there was the pair in my early 20’s that looked awful and gave me a headache to boot, and then there was the greedy eye doctor who tried to charge me $300 for a ‘script’ which the assistant let me know was actually for a pair of reading glasses I could get for $20 at the chemist down the road.
Needless to say, I have not had a positive experience with traditional outlets, so when global online optical store, Firmoo, contacted me about their website, I figured I had nothing to lose by giving them a shot.
As promised in previous teasers, Blizzard today announced that a new Hearthstone card expansion, The Grand Tournament, will be released this August.
This is a guest post by Hilary Smith. Enjoy!
Have you read the viral “breakup” text sent by an 11 year-old girl that has been flooding social media?
Screenshots of the preteens’ text depict the epic battle of playground love has left a lot of people laughing, but more importantly it has left a lot of parents questioning what our children are doing online with all those apps on social media. Almost two-thirds of parents are concerned about the dangers and possible side effects our children are exposed to on a daily basis.