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This $25 breakfast sandwich maker looks gimmicky, but it works well and saves me a ton of time in the morning
I love breakfast but I hate making it. I tried the $25 Hamilton Breakfast Sandwich Maker as a loophole, and now I can make a breakfast sandwich in 4 minutes.
These are the blister-prevention tricks and products we use to stop blisters from forming (or at least keep them from getting worse).
This $140 tension shower caddy from Simplehuman is definitely worth the cost. It solved the problem I was faced with when I moved into an apartment with no ledge space in the bathroom, and it's held up after almost three years of use.
These computer glasses reflect blue light and prevent screen-induced headaches — and they’re available with prescription lenses
Eyewear startup Felix Gray, known for their reflective computer glasses, recently started offering their styles with prescription lenses for $145 a pair.
The newest way to beat lines at the airport involves quickly scanning your eyes or fingerprints — here’s how CLEAR works
No amount of mental willpower or foot-tapping can get you through an airport security line faster, but there is a new biometric service called CLEAR that can.
A lot of daily inconveniences are so normal we've stopped trying to fix them. Here are 20 easy and cheap purchases to make life easier.
Outsourcing your everyday tasks may seem unnecessary, but it can really help you save time, making it a worthwhile splurge. Here are 5 great services that can help you out.
8 sleep aids that tackle nighttime noise complaints like snoring — from Bose’s $250 Sleepbuds to a $2 app
You're probably looking for an unobtrusive and inexpensive option that really works. Here are 7 sleep products and innovations you should know about.
This weird, ergonomic computer mouse is easy to use and takes stress off my wrist — and it’s only $20
I thought it would be hard to adjust to an ergonomic mouse, now I wonder why I didn't do it before. The key is to use this ergonomic mouse in the same wrist formation as you would make if you were about to skip a rock across water or throw a frisbee.
This $100 headband with headphones built into it is a game changer for falling asleep to music — here’s what I thought
The AcousticSheep headphones are the original sleep headphones — and they’re still the best option I’ve found — but they aren't cheap. If comfortable headphones made for bed are worth $100 to you, though, you may not find a pair that's more comfortable or has a longer battery life.