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1.A stainless-steel universal lid about to clear up SO much kitchen space. I can picture it now: opening a cabinet and nothing falling out. This is great for 7- to 12-inch pots, pans, and skillets, plus it's dishwasher-safe and heat-safe up to 425 degrees.
2.An elastic Boobuddy for anyone who dreads running because of one word: jiggle. Simply place this Velcro strap on top of your comfiest, most beloved sports bra (the one that's labeled "high impact" but is, in fact, *not*) and voila!
3.A collapsible straw lid compatible with most water bottles — and yes, my VSCO darlings, this includes our beloved HydroFlask. No more missing your mouth and spilling H20 all over your shirt (I can't be the only one).
4.A Truff hot sauce you’ll never eat a meal without — ever again. This blend of white truffle, ripe chilli pepper, and organic agave nectar adds extra flavor to anything, from pizza to your morning breakfast sandwich. (It's even loved by Queen Oprah herself — it was on her list of favorite things this year.)
5.Silicone ear grips for your favorite pair of prescription frames. These anti-slip holders basically ensure that your glasses stay put, meaning constant re-adjusting and slipping down your nose? A thing of the past! Plus, these won't dig into your skin and give you a headache.
6.Jumbo silicone ice molds that guarantee a better cocktails-at-home experience. Fancy looks aside, these perfectly shaped chunks of ice take forever to melt — aka, so long diluted negronis and hello beverages that look like something out of a mixologist's handbook.
7.A Rubbermaid food storage container capable of keeping produce fresh for a significantly longer amount of time. Get ready to save a ton of $$$ on groceries that tend to wilt away and die (I'm looking at you LETTUCE) within a mere five seconds after being placed in your fridge. Yay for your favorite product actually staying fresh!
8.A PopGrip for anyone who *loves* to live life on the edge — and by edge, I mean you hold your iPhone, iPad, Kindle, etc. above your head and hope it won't land flat on your face. Is it worth the risk? No. Attach.
9.An Xtava diffuser for the most *chef kisses* defined curls of your life. This tool is designed with 360-degree airflow, which is just a fancy way of saying that heat is evenly distribute to dry each strand to perfection without causing any unwanted frizz in the process.
10.A Shark Tank Flip-it! bottle cap, because that fancy shampoo was *way* too expensive for your hair to not experience every last drop. This tool is dishwasher-safe and BPA-free, plus money saved in the long run? Guaranteed. This grants you easy access to the last 20% of each bottle used.
11.An adjustable phone stand so you can have your beloved iPhone within arm's reach, but you'll be able to glance at texts without having to swipe and unlock. Distractions, avoided. Plus, the anti-slip base keeps it safe *and* looks darling on your desk.
12.A Julie's Real almond butter, because if you thought you loved almond butter before? Get ready to taste this cacao espresso version: It's made with whole roasted almonds, organic cacao nibs, espresso beans, real vanilla beans, organic honey, unrefined coconut oil, and sea salt.
13.A vintage lead crystal bottle that can take your favorite, inexpensive perfumes and turn them into a work of art. All of the $7 ~eau de toilette~ you've purchased is currently jumping for joy.
14.A Hario heat-resistant bottle with a built-in filter to give you the best cold brew tea every 👏 single 👏 time 👏. No more bitterness, just a smooth cup of oolong.
15.Faux marble granite adhesive that is waterproof, stain-resistant, and a foolproof way to spruce up an old piece of furniture. This is an easy way to fancy up your home, plus it allows you to keep and revamp pieces you love (but are in dire need of TLC).
16.A jar of Gran's Remedy odor eliminator, because sweaty feet (and *ahem* the delicious smells they cause) shouldn't be the reason behind you replacing your favorite shoes. Sprinkle this peppermint oil cooling powder into said shoes for seven consecutive days and it'll leave your feet, socks, and shoes smelling fresh for up to six months.
17.A memory foam seat cushion to take your uncomfortable childhood desk chair and turn it into something that you can actually sit on for eight+ hours. An ergonomic design prevents bad posture, plus a gel layer provides ultimate support.
18.Miracle-Gro food spikes you'll appreciate if you love plants, but weren't blessed with the advantage of a green thumb. These tiny tools slowly release micronutrients into soil for up to two months, thus allowing your indoor plant babies to thrive (even *after* they've begun to wilt).
19.A dry food dispenser with a twist design and airtight lids to keep your favorite midnight snacks from going stale. So long, days of useless cereal box closures and ruined granola. There's a new storage solution in town.
21.A Katzco Furniture repair kit containing markers and wax sticks to help you cover up the scratches, scuffs, and discoloration that your favorite side table (it's an antique!) is currently sporting. Who takes great care of their furniture? Obviously *nervous giggle* you!
22.A butane-free rechargeable lighter with a long stem, that way you can easily light long candles that are one-third finished — without nearly burning yourself in the process. Fare thee well, matchbooks of candles past.
23.A Trader Joe's sea salt, garlic, and onion seasoning here to turn every meal into a gourmet affair with basically no effort. This mixture is perfect for any at-home brunch food you can think of, including your beloved avocado toast.
24.A record storage bookcase because buying records is lovely, but not storing them properly = they'll be scratched up and useless by the time you get around to playing them. This can house your record player *and* is a foolproof way to keep vinyl in mint condition.
25.A Shark Tank rapid ramen cooker for the beginner chef who refers to buttered toast as gourmet. I get it! I hate cooking! It sucks the life out of me! But that's okay, because all this cooker requires is noodles, a microwave, and about three minutes of your time — the delicious ramen meal you've been craving is now yours for the 'gram.
26.Bra extenders that add 2 inches of length to any band, making this the perfect accessory for anyone who's looking for a little extra breathing room *or* found a great bra in the clearance bin that's just a bit too tight.
27.A BPA-free, microwave-safe bowl to prevent *le gasp* soggy cereal. It's also great for separating chips and dip, soups and sandwiches, fries and ketchup, and the list goes on for miles.
28.A cotton and bamboo Ecotools cleansing brush that boosts the effectiveness of your favorite cleanser by adding gentle exfoliation, which ensure your pores have been ~cleansed~ of all remaining gunk. PSA: If you've got sensitive skin, this provides a deep clean sans irritation.
29.A pair of anti-chafing bands to prevent the painful rubbing together of your thighs, the dreaded result of wearing your favorite summer dresses and skirts. These bands are comfortable, stay put, are available in solid and lace designs (#meow), and can even be worn during your morning run.
30.A Mr. Coffee mug warmer perfect for slow drinkers who prefer their caffeine hot, hot, and hot — even if they poured it hours ago.
31.A leak-proof champagne stopper that will keep your favorite beverage as fizzy as the day it was popped. This built-in pressure pump preserves bubbles and therefore preserves champagne, meaning the entire bottle need not be finished on the day it was opened. Now without further ado, can I get a mimosa please?
32.Mason jar dispensers so you can rid your favorite soaps of their ugly plastic packaging. Plus, these are *way* more eco-friendly — purchase hand or dish soap in those large refill containers, use these glass bottles, and voila. A ton of plastic avoided.
Me, realizing I could purchase one universal pot lid to help solve my small kitchen problems: