Just In Time – Tecno Ciencia http://tecno-ciencia.com/ Fri, 20 May 2022 07:52:27 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://tecno-ciencia.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/03/cropped-icon-32x32.png Just In Time – Tecno Ciencia http://tecno-ciencia.com/ 32 32 Striegel returns to the field just in time to make a huge impact on the runners | Murray State https://tecno-ciencia.com/striegel-returns-to-the-field-just-in-time-to-make-a-huge-impact-on-the-runners-murray-state/ Fri, 20 May 2022 05:00:00 +0000 https://tecno-ciencia.com/striegel-returns-to-the-field-just-in-time-to-make-a-huge-impact-on-the-runners-murray-state/ MURRAY “It’s an unfortunate fact of sport; injuries happen. Often, however, it is the timing of these ailments that determines the impact on a team. So when Murray State senior outfielder Jensen Striegel suffered a foot injury about a month after the Racers’ softball season ended, there were repercussions. Not only was she the starting […]]]>

MURRAY “It’s an unfortunate fact of sport; injuries happen.

Often, however, it is the timing of these ailments that determines the impact on a team. So when Murray State senior outfielder Jensen Striegel suffered a foot injury about a month after the Racers’ softball season ended, there were repercussions. Not only was she the starting center fielder, but she was also a strong offensive contributor. One could wonder if she would see the pitch again this season, a season that was to become very memorable.

Well, not only did she come back, but she made a huge difference. Still a little gimpy, Striegel returned in time for last week’s Ohio Valley Conference Tournament in Oxford, Alabama, and provided several huge plays as the Racers claimed their first-ever OVC tournament title. and their place in the NCAA Tournament.

“I’m so happy that (her season) didn’t end (while she was still on the bench). I didn’t want it to end on this note,” said Striegel, who will take her place on the court from two-time national champion Alabama later today as the No. 3-ranked runners take on powerhouse PAC -12 and the No. 1. 2 seed Stanford at Rhoads Stadium in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. “It’s something we’ve wanted to feel for five years now (along with fellow fifth-year players Sierra Gilmore and Logan Braundmeier) and it’s something everyone talked about as soon as we got here. It was the long-awaited moment.

“I hope we can feel another like this.”

Striegel is a big reason why this moment is even happening. Along with batting .312 at the plate, she provided some very memorable defensive plays.

One of them was a diving catch on a sinking fly ball in the fourth inning of the Racers’ 1-0 win over Belmont last Friday in their second game of the tournament.

The other fulfilled a dream Striegel said she had since joining Murray State. It was the ninth inning last Thursday of the Racers’ 12-inning 3-1 win over Southeast Missouri, with the game still scoreless.

She stole a home run from a player.

“It was just reading the ball and trying to get to the wall. That’s it,” she said, obviously downplaying that play. If that long fly ball, hit by the power hitter SEMO Aubrie Shore, had landed on the other side of the left center field wall at Choccolocco Park, it would have been a three-run homer as the Redhawks had two runners on base It would also have put the Racers in a very difficult position to get back in. Instead, it resulted in just one run, with Shore getting what was still a very significant RBI, but only one, not three.

“I knew it was going to be deep and high enough that I could get back to the fence, but I didn’t know exactly where it was going to go. I just went for it,” she said of the moment she jumped up with her left hand outstretched above the wall. “When he touched my glove, I was like, ‘Holy shit! Did I just do that? Then I was worried about the runner on third, so I tried to get rid of (the balloon) as quickly as possible.

There was no way to eject the runner in third, so the Racers faced a 1-0 deficit going into the bottom half of the inning. And, as it would play out, Striegel’s hold was a game saver, as the Racers scored just a single run in the ninth, a first solo homer from one of his closest friends in the game. team, second baseman Lindsey Carroll.

Instead, Carroll’s shot tied it. Three innings later, Striegel’s bunt single preceded third baseman Gracie Osbron’s two-run bomb to end a game that was tied for the longest in OVC tournament history.

“It wasn’t really depressing (that his grip didn’t stop a run) because I had no doubts. We can hit the ball very well,” she said. “Oh my God! It was so awesome when Lindsey did that.

“But as far as I’m concerned, I just try to get our pitchers out and I don’t care if it’s on the ugliest play or the best. I just go out for them.

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Steph Curry describes the fulfilled promise of graduating from Davidson College https://tecno-ciencia.com/steph-curry-describes-the-fulfilled-promise-of-graduating-from-davidson-college/ Tue, 17 May 2022 01:03:54 +0000 https://tecno-ciencia.com/steph-curry-describes-the-fulfilled-promise-of-graduating-from-davidson-college/ Steph Curry is not one to break promises. The Warriors legend proved it to be true when he scored his wish in 2009 that a troubled Golden State team would “understand this thing.” Fast forward nearly 13 years and three NBA championships later, and it’s clear that when Curry says something, he means it. So […]]]>

Steph Curry is not one to break promises.

The Warriors legend proved it to be true when he scored his wish in 2009 that a troubled Golden State team would “understand this thing.”

Fast forward nearly 13 years and three NBA championships later, and it’s clear that when Curry says something, he means it.

So when the two-time NBA MVP decided to give up his final semester at Davidson College to prepare for the 2009 NBA Draft, he promised his mother Sonya and coach Bob McKillop that he would one day complete his studies and, just like his tweet, has officially delivered on the guarantee more than a decade later.

“It’s a long time coming, obviously,” Curry told reporters on Monday, speaking for the first time since earning his bachelor of arts degree in sociology from Davidson on Sunday. “Since I left campus, it was a goal to finish. Equally obviously a sense of accomplishment, but a promise I made to my mom and coach McKillop when I left after my junior year, so that’s pretty special.

Curry re-enrolled at Davidson this spring and finished school amid a grueling NBA season that saw him return from an ankle injury just in time for the playoffs.

That’s right — between practices, games and press conferences while leading Golden State to its sixth Western Conference Finals appearance in eight seasons, Curry was hitting the books to deliver on another promise.

He couldn’t attend the graduation ceremony in person, but must have laughed at the Steph Curry Fathead displayed at the start in his honor and included in photos that will be remembered for years to come.

“Coach throws a party at his house across from campus every year for all the senior grads, and they got a class photo this year and them holding the picture of me in front,” Curry said. “I didn’t get to experience that in 2010, so that was cool.”

And what better way to earn a degree all these years later than by writing her thesis on a subject close to her heart: advancing gender equity through sport.

Following Kobe Bryant’s passing in 2020, Curry took over as WNBA champion and has grown close to fellow Bay Area star Sabrina Ionescu as she works to develop the women’s game.

As the father of two young daughters who share his love for basketball, it’s no wonder Curry was able to develop such an important subject on his way to graduation.

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“I have to analyze some of the things I’ve done since leaving school and apply a sociological lens to it, and understand how many people are promoting gender equity through their voice, their platform, their financial investments and their time,” Curry said Monday.

With the added distinction of a college degree now under his belt, Curry is certain to continue promoting gender equity through sport as he fulfills an unspoken promise to his children.

Plus, a college-educated guard on the court can’t hurt as the Warriors prepare for the Western Conference Finals against the Dallas Mavericks at Chase Center on Wednesday.

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This sunscreen will convert even the most anti-SPF, just in time for summer https://tecno-ciencia.com/this-sunscreen-will-convert-even-the-most-anti-spf-just-in-time-for-summer/ Sat, 14 May 2022 14:00:00 +0000 https://tecno-ciencia.com/this-sunscreen-will-convert-even-the-most-anti-spf-just-in-time-for-summer/ Photo credit: Super Goop! “Hearst Magazines and Yahoo may earn commissions or revenue on certain articles via the links below.” At T&C, we pride ourselves on our strong sense of quality. With Tried & True, our editors will give you insight into pieces they just can’t live without.v As an extremely pale person (seriously, I’ve […]]]>

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As an extremely pale person (seriously, I’ve never seen a doctor who didn’t ask me to check my vitamin D levels), sunscreen has been part of my daily beauty routine for as long as I can remember. . I know I’m an outlier in this, and honestly, I get it. If I didn’t get a savage sunburn within 10 minutes of being outside bare-faced, I’d be tempted to skip the step too. Because, other than its skin-preserving and cancer-preventing abilities, there’s not much to like about most sunscreens.

They tend to be gooey, or greasy, or impossible to scrub off without looking like you’re wearing a thin layer of chalk on your face. (Well, that’s my default look, but it’s a problem for anyone who doesn’t already have chalk color.) Some exacerbate acne, or smell overwhelming, or refuse to look good. play with makeup. So, of course, SPF tends to be the step that gets skipped when you’re pressed for time, or don’t think you’ll be outdoors much, or, frankly, when you don’t you just don’t want to.

I understand. I do it. But since you know that sunscreen isn’t just an essential part of fighting cancer-causing UV rays, but it’s also every dermatologist’s number one tip in the book for fighting the signs of aging, you also know that you should wear sunscreen. every day. It’s just a matter of finding the right one – and if you’re like the dozens of friends and family I’ve prosthesized, you just might find this Supergoop! Invisible sunscreen is that.

Think of everything you hate about sunscreen (or just scroll down a few paragraphs for a reminder). This SPF throws it all out the window. Heavy and greasy? No, it stays light as a feather, with a satin finish that will rival your favorite primer any day of the week (speaking of primers, it works as one, which means you won’t worry about layering if your makeup is also supported.) Chalky? No, it’s crystal clear right out of the tube. There’s no fragrance, so you won’t feel like you’ve lost a day at the beach every time you put it on, and the oil-free formula helps avoid clogging your pores.

And while its broad-spectrum SPF 40 gives me ample protection on even my most outdoorsy days, perhaps the biggest accolade I can offer is that my dad, who notoriously hates skincare products, skin and refuses to use them, doesn’t just apply it every morning, he buys it in multiples to keep his travel bag and truck full, so he never runs out. As the weather warms up and our thoughts turn to picnics, hikes and sunny getaways, isn’t it time to finally invest in that sunscreen you love so much?

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Rafael Nadal collapses on clay, just in time for Roland-Garros https://tecno-ciencia.com/rafael-nadal-collapses-on-clay-just-in-time-for-roland-garros/ Fri, 13 May 2022 03:30:06 +0000 https://tecno-ciencia.com/rafael-nadal-collapses-on-clay-just-in-time-for-roland-garros/ ROME — Quick and dominant in the opening set against Denis Shapovalov, Rafael Nadal was the complete opposite in the home stretch at the Italian Open on Thursday night. Late to the ball. Limping between points. Grinning and grimacing even when changing formats. His distress was so visible as double faults and unforced errors piled […]]]>

ROME — Quick and dominant in the opening set against Denis Shapovalov, Rafael Nadal was the complete opposite in the home stretch at the Italian Open on Thursday night.

Late to the ball. Limping between points. Grinning and grimacing even when changing formats. His distress was so visible as double faults and unforced errors piled up late in the final set that even Canadian fans seated high in the center court stands cheered Nadal as compatriot Shapovalov put the finishing touches to his victory , 1-6, 7-5, 6-2, in the round of 16.

Shapovalov, a springy and explosive southpaw ranked No. 16, has the tools to confuse even a healthy Nadal. He beat him in their first match in 2017 when Shapovalov was still a teenager, and should have beaten him in last year’s round of 16 at the Italian Open when he failed to convert two match points. He also pushed Nadal to five sets at this year’s Australian Open.

But it was far from a healthy Nadal, with his chronic left foot problem, known as Müller-Weiss disease, resurfacing on his favorite surface. With the French Open looming, his mood following was as depressed and pensive as I remember in nearly 20 years after his career.

“I imagine there will come a time when my head will say ‘Enough,'” Nadal, a ten-time Italian Open champion, said in Spanish, pursing his lips and shaking his head. “Pain takes away your happiness, not just in tennis but in life. And my problem is that many days I live with too much pain.

Nadal said he also had to live with taking “a ton of anti-inflammatories a day to give me the ability to train.”

“It’s my reality,” he said. “And there have been many days, like today, where the time has come where I can’t do it.”

He finished with 34 unforced errors and just 13 winners on Thursday, and the question now is whether the most successful clay-court player in history will even be able to play at Roland Garros, the Grand Slam tournament he has won a record 13 times.

“I will keep dreaming about this goal,” Nadal said of the tournament. “The negative thing is that today it’s not possible to play for me, but maybe in two days things will be better. That’s the problem with what I have on the foot.

The French Open will start in nine days on May 22, although Nadal may not have to play until May 24 as the French Open, which begins on a Sunday, holds its first round over three days.

Although Nadal, who turns 36 next month, has often shown amazing fighting spirit and recovery power, it will be an unparalleled challenge for him in Paris in the spring.

“Certainly difficult to see him suffer there at the end; I never want to see that, especially with a great legend like Rafa,” said Shapovalov, who still needed to produce bold tennis and big serves to win on Thursday. “I hope he is well. He brings so much to our sport. I hope he is fit and ready to leave for the French.

The only time Nadal triumphed at Roland Garros without winning a clay-court tournament earlier in the year was in 2020, the pandemic-shortened season when the start of Roland Garros was moved to October and almost the entire clay-court season has been cancelled. .

This year the calendar has returned to normal but not for Nadal. After a torrid start to the season, with 20 straight wins and a record 21st Grand Slam singles title at the Australian Open, his clay-court campaign was delayed by a stress fracture in his ribs which left him prevented from competing or training normally for six weeks. .

He returned for the Madrid Open this month and was upset by 19-year-old Spanish sensation Carlos Alcaraz in the quarter-finals and has now suffered his first loss at the Italian Open since 2008, when Juan Carlos Ferrero, a former No.1 who is now the coach of Alcaraz, stunned Nadal in the second round.

Nadal still won the 2008 French Open, beating rival Roger Federer in the final, but Nadal had already won the titles in Monte Carlo, Barcelona and Hamburg that year.

This season, it lacks matches and wins on clay as established threats like Novak Djokovic and Stefanos Tsitsipas, and newcomers like Alcaraz, have established stronger foundations.

“At the end of the day, even the greatest players can’t beat Father Time,” said Brad Stine, the veteran American coach who now works with Tommy Paul. “It gets to this point for Rafa. What he did in Australia was beyond exceptional, but I think we saw the collateral damage of his great start to the season. If he’s healthy, he’s still a favorite week after week, but he’s a big one. “If the body decays” is not included in Kipling’s poem. »

It’s a reference to “If”, an excerpt of which is displayed at the players’ entrance to Center Court at Wimbledon.

It’s hard, after 15 years of watching Nadal almost always prevail over adversity and opposition at Roland Garros, to imagine that he really won’t find a way to pose a challenge.

“I will fight for it,” he said darkly. “I will continue to believe in it for this week and a half.”

What is clear is that, for a change, he shouldn’t be the favourite. “No way,” said Mark Petchey, the veteran coach and analyst. “A lot of co-favorites and players with real chances to win.”

His longer roster includes defending champion, Djokovic; last year’s other finalist, Tsitsipas; Alcaraz; Alexander Zverev; Casper Ruud; and the young Italian Jannik Sinner.

Nadal, since losing to Djokovic in a four-set semi-final in Paris last June, has played just five matches on clay, losing two.

Watching him struggle, then finally hobble Thursday, reminded him that nothing is forever, not even Nadal on the surface that he made his own.

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Detroit City FC’s US Open Cup run ends in shootout loss to Louisville https://tecno-ciencia.com/detroit-city-fcs-us-open-cup-run-ends-in-shootout-loss-to-louisville/ Wed, 11 May 2022 02:37:30 +0000 https://tecno-ciencia.com/detroit-city-fcs-us-open-cup-run-ends-in-shootout-loss-to-louisville/ Hamtramck – Darkness had dominated Keyworth Stadium for some time. Thirty minutes of extra time were not enough. And the US Open Cup Round of 16 match between Detroit City FC and Louisville City FC? Well, he still needed a hero. But that night, in the midst of a run where late-game exploits always seemed […]]]>

Hamtramck – Darkness had dominated Keyworth Stadium for some time. Thirty minutes of extra time were not enough.

And the US Open Cup Round of 16 match between Detroit City FC and Louisville City FC? Well, he still needed a hero.

But that night, in the midst of a run where late-game exploits always seemed to favor the DCFC, this player was not wearing red and gold.

Goaltender Kyle Morton stopped DCFC’s Rhys Williams in the second round to give his team the lead and Louisville produced a perfect 4-on-4 to seal a 1-1 win via penalty kicks (4-2).

“A phenomenal effort from the players,” said DCFC manager Trevor James. “I’m just disappointed for them that they didn’t cross the line at the end, but you can’t find fault with their performance at all.”

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Planting season begins for South Dakota farmers https://tecno-ciencia.com/planting-season-begins-for-south-dakota-farmers/ Mon, 09 May 2022 03:40:00 +0000 https://tecno-ciencia.com/planting-season-begins-for-south-dakota-farmers/ SIOUX FALLS, SD (Dakota News Now) – After battling a dry and cold start to spring, farmers in South Dakota are finally using the warm temperatures and rain to start planting their crops. Now they will have a limited time to plant the seeds for a successful harvest. Jeff Thompson has been a farmer near […]]]>

SIOUX FALLS, SD (Dakota News Now) – After battling a dry and cold start to spring, farmers in South Dakota are finally using the warm temperatures and rain to start planting their crops. Now they will have a limited time to plant the seeds for a successful harvest.

Jeff Thompson has been a farmer near Lyon for 40 years. One thing he has learned is that every planting season brings its own set of challenges.

“We were dry last year, we got a bit exhausted. Two and three years ago we were very wet on the bottom here. Lots of acres of pre-planting, so it’s kind of a roller coaster,” Thompson said.

This year was no exception, but now he is finally putting his boots on the court.

“We are driving now. The humidity is pretty good right now, so we’re a bit eager to get started. It had been very dry earlier, dry and cold, and the conditions are getting pretty good now,” Thompson said.

Farmers have a narrow window of time to plant for a successful harvest. For Thompson, he thinks planting conditions opened up just in time, and he’s relieved.

“The acres that I have, I’m comfortable right now with the weather and everything. We are by no means late, but it is time to put the harvest in the ground,” said Thompson.

Putting that crop in the ground at the right time for a farmer could mean the difference between a profit or a loss.

“That’s a lot of money we’re putting in the ground, and you just hope you get your money back, and more, at the end of the season,” Thompson said.

For now, Thompson can breathe a sigh of relief.

“It always gives you a good feeling. At the end of the day, you finish planting a field, you’ve done it well and things are looking good and I’m doing my part to feed the world. It makes a guy feel good,” Thompson said.

Planting season may be underway, but Thompson says the success of crop production this year will depend on how much moisture there is between now and harvest season.

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The Best Mom and Me Outfits to Buy Just in Time for Mother’s Day https://tecno-ciencia.com/the-best-mom-and-me-outfits-to-buy-just-in-time-for-mothers-day/ Sat, 07 May 2022 03:26:47 +0000 https://tecno-ciencia.com/the-best-mom-and-me-outfits-to-buy-just-in-time-for-mothers-day/ There’s no better time for mommy and me outfits than Mother’s Day. On the special day when we celebrate all the mother figures in our lives, what better way to congratulate the women we look up to than by emulating their beloved style. Looking to celebrate the holidays in the perfect Mother’s Day set for […]]]>

There’s no better time for mommy and me outfits than Mother’s Day. On the special day when we celebrate all the mother figures in our lives, what better way to congratulate the women we look up to than by emulating their beloved style. Looking to celebrate the holidays in the perfect Mother’s Day set for you and your daughter? Try matching floral dresses from J.Crew or cozy cardigans from Hill House Home. Maybe you’re having the holidays in the sun and want to dress up the party with some complementary swimwear. Keep cool in Tanya Taylor’s mommy and me swimwear or accessorize your beach-chic look with colorful Gucci sandals, perfect for mom and daughter.

Whether you’re staying with your family and planning to spend the day in comfy matching dresses or heading to town in Nike Air Force One sneakers, matching sets with fun accessories, our selection of mommy and me outfits will add to your sure to be the perfect elegant touch to your Mother’s Day festivities.

J-Crew

These matching floral ensembles from J.Crew are not only perfect for any type of spring event, but of course ideal for a Mother’s Day outing.

J.Crew Floral Puff Sleeve Poplin Dresses

Hill House

The fan-favorite brand’s Sleep Like a Baby collection includes everything from matching pajama sets and bedding to those amazing hotel-style bathrobes suitable for everyone in the family. And if you’re going out, there are also comfy cardigans that can be styled with mom and kid looks.

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Hotel and small hotel bathrobes

Gucci

If you’re looking for a luxury staple for mommy and me, try these colorful Gucci sandals that are sure to brighten up any spring-summer outfit.

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Phenomenal

Feel phenomenal this Mother’s Day with everyday t-shirts from the popular brand that was created on a mission to build an uplifting community that champions women’s empowerment and celebrates historically excluded communities.

summer salt

If you’re hitting the beach this Mother’s Day, or anytime during Spring/Summer, make a splash in these eye-catching one-shoulder swimsuits from Summersalt.

Summersalt Sidestroke Bikinis

Nike

The Air Force One sneaker is one of Nike’s most iconic designs and a great wardrobe necessity for mom and kid. Perfect for everyday wear and even dressing up, you can never go wrong with an all-white sneaker.

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CS

The new Mini Me collection from COS offers bright and daring dresses and matching sets for the chicest of mother-daughter duos. Turn heads together and be the talk of the town in these sophisticated looks.

COS Matching Puff Sleeve Dresses

skimmed

Kim Kardashian took their fan-favorite comfy Skims collection to the next level when they introduced a matching comfy line for kids. Whether you’re staying in to celebrate Mother’s Day or stepping out, you’ll look comfy and chic in these beloved knit tank tops.

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Sena Lifestyle Studio

Founded by Brittany Peltz Buerstedde, mother of three (and one on the way!), Sena Lifestyle Studio is a go-to space for all things fashion, home and motherhood. Inspired by the special love a mother shares with her child, these 14k gold and diamond “Mama” and “Bebe” necklaces are luxury gifts that mom and child will cherish forever.

Sena Collection Necklaces

Morgan Clifford New York

If you’re looking for a stylish spring coat, look no further than New York-based outerwear brand Morgan Clifford. For the perfect transitional coats between cool and warm weather, these floral jacquard bomber jackets with faux fur collars are the essence of mother-daughter spring chic.

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Morgan Clifford NYC Emma Bombers

Tanya Taylor

Tanya Taylor’s colorful spring line is now available for kids. Featuring replicas of the brand’s bright floral dresses and matching sets, the new Mommy + Me collection also features stylish matching swimsuits, perfect for a day at the beach for Mother’s Day or spring-summer vacations. to come. And through May 8, Tanya Taylor is donating 15% of site proceeds to Every Mother Counts, a nonprofit whose goal is to make pregnancy and childbirth safe for all mothers, in addition to supporting maternal health programs around the world.

Coraline one-piece swimsuit and Gigi mini bikini

Cara Cara NYC

Take on the spring season and look fresh in these fruitful dresses from Cara Cara NYC. Known for her whimsical and stylish ensembles, Cara Cara has created an equally beautiful Mommy and Me line featuring mini versions of clothing from the New York-based brand.

Cara Cara NYC Goldie and Bill Hill Dresses

Pearls of love by LR

Accessorize your looks with fun mother-daughter accessories this year. Pair them with necklaces or bracelets from Love Beads By LR that feature sweet messages like “Mama loves me” and “BFF.” (The brand also has similar looks for dads – a gift idea to keep in mind for Father’s Day).

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Love Beads By LR Necklaces

Hit

Mom is superwoman. there is no doubt. Celebrate all that mom does and her superwoman strengths with these special Mommy and Me “Mum is my superhero” t-shirts from Ba&sh.

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Ba&sh Mumshine and Kmumshine T-shirts

Combination

The famous womenswear and maternity clothing brand Bumpsuit is expanding its beloved styles with a special Mommy & Me collection, featuring a velor version of their fan-favorite Penelope bodysuit to mess with mother and child. Choose between classic black or pastel pink and celebrate Mother’s Day in these comfy and chic matching bodysuits.

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Reformation

Sustainable clothing brand Reformation is known for its sleek, versatile and on-trend designs, from chic dresses to fun matching sets. Just in time for Mother’s Day, the brand has launched an elegant Mommy + Me collection, featuring mini versions of the brand’s popular floral dresses and coordinating sustainable sets. Made with low-impact materials such as linen and organic cotton, the collection pays homage to one’s mother earth.

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Reformation Wilma Dresses

Gaia Cult

Inspired by the idea of ​​creating heirloom pieces that can be passed down from generation to generation, Cult Gaia has launched its first-ever capsule collection for children, with many pieces designed to match some of the most popular women’s clothing styles. noteworthy features of Cult Gaia. With a selection of unisex items for babies, toddlers and kids, Cult Gaia’s stunning looks can now be worn by everyone.

Patterned Cult Gaia Outfits

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Xbox Deep Pink Wireless Controller Introduced Just in Time for Mother’s Day https://tecno-ciencia.com/xbox-deep-pink-wireless-controller-introduced-just-in-time-for-mothers-day/ Wed, 04 May 2022 14:46:53 +0000 https://tecno-ciencia.com/xbox-deep-pink-wireless-controller-introduced-just-in-time-for-mothers-day/ Samantha Cruz | May 4, 2022 Microsoft has just added a new pink color option for the Xbox Wireless Controller. Mother’s Day is this Sunday. What better way to celebrate with a gaming mom in your life than with the new Dark Pink Xbox Wireless Controller? Microsoft […]]]>



Microsoft has just added a new pink color option for the Xbox Wireless Controller.

Mother’s Day is this Sunday. What better way to celebrate with a gaming mom in your life than with the new Dark Pink Xbox Wireless Controller?

Microsoft is constantly adding new color options (as well as unique designs like the Mandalorian-Inspired Custom Xbox Controllers). This new Deep Pink color option is therefore in line with the general direction of the brand. Plus, he looks great too!

The Deep Pink Controller comes with everything you expect from an Xbox Wireless Controller, including textured triggers and bumpers. It also has Bluetooth so you can connect it to your Windows 10/11 PC or Xbox Series X|S console. It also connects to Android and iOS devices, allowing you to easily play Xbox Game Pass Ultimate games on the go.

Also, if you buy it directly from Microsoft Store, you will benefit from free delivery and returns on your order. The new controller went on sale yesterday. So you can get it now.



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