Sometimes your significant other is having a rough day. Below are some ways that apps can help you make them feel better.
Let's face it - 2020 has been a really rough year for a lot of people. But even without a global pandemic to worry about, sometimes your spouse/girlfriend/boyfriend is just having a rough day. Maybe they're stressed because of work, maybe they're feeling sick, maybe they're extra tired or maybe they're sad.
I know that one of the things that makes my husband feel better is when he has something yummy to eat. Whether it's some of his favorite cookies or even chicken pot pie, comfort food can make a big difference. Fortunately, there are many great recipe apps that have recipes for comforting and calorie-laden foods. Food Network Kitchen is one of my favorites.
Now, another thing that makes us both feel better is watching something silly, like a funny movie. One of my favorite apps is Vudu. There are many free movies in all genres on this app, and the prices there aren't bad either. Whether you stick with free movies or you choose a few hundred to buy, there are many options on this app. Sometimes you just need to get lost in a movie for a couple of hours to forget your woes. Finding a movie that will make you smile or laugh is a good start.
Finally, sometimes all your partner needs is a little romance to help them feel better. Order some flowers, maybe even some wine, and have food delivered from their favorite restaurant for dinner. Light the candles and set the mood with some music, and it might be just the thing to cheer them up. Just a couple of hours for the two of you alone can make all the difference.
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