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Google home is about to get a hygge makeover


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Technology has its pitfalls, but it also offers some pretty sweet bonuses. It can help you stay connected with your cross-country BFF and help you learn to nail that crow pose, for starters. And, a new reason to celebrate all things digital? Google recently upped the number of ways in which technology can specifically be useful for your wellness and healthy lifestyle goals.

Aside from being an initial step you can take for diagnosing depression, Google Home can help guide you through your meal prep, coach you through a workout, and even help you finally figure out how to meditate. But now the tech helper is getting a makeover that’s perfect for your hygge-ready home.

The Google Home Mini and Max include all the life-improving bells and whistles of the original with some aesthetic upgrades, like a number of textured-fabric color options.

Tomorrow the new Google Home (and it’s Mini and Max versions) will be available online and in stores. The new versions include all the life-improving bells and whistles of the original with some aesthetic upgrades, like a number of textured-fabric colors that are perfect for complementing your mood-boosting decor palette and soft-materials-only hygge home.

The Google Home Mini will retail for $49 (AKA about 1.5 spin classes), the Google Home is still $129, and the new Google Home Max is the priciest at $399. So if you’re thinking about bringing some artificial intelligence into your Zen den, these cozy new choices might make for a softer robot roommate.

Need help cooking? Have your Google Home walk you through these autumn cauliflower recipes or probiotic loaded gluten-free muffins

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