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    1. A Logitech wireless keyboard so you can avoid the frustration (and inevitable spelling mistakes) that come from typing out a ~professional~ email on your iPad. Autocorrect! It usually does more harm than good! Plus, this lightweight home office staple can even connect to your cell.,

    Promising review: "You can easily write between your Mac, iPad, and iPhone. You just have to press the button for the right device and that's it. If you write long posts for social media, it's essential, the keys are very soft and noiseless. I think this was one of the best purchases I made in the last months — it also makes my set up SO cute!!" —Ana C.

    Get it from Amazon for $39.99 (available in two colors).

    2. Personalized shampoo and conditioner individually tailored to suit your hair needs — simply complete a hair quiz before deciding on a color and fragrance. And said quiz? 'Tis legit. Prepare to bubble in quick questions about goals, structure, and scalp moisture (raise your hand if you, too, have oily roots that rival that of a New York pizza slice 🙃).

    Function of Beauty

    These prods also make your shower look straight off a Pinterest board. You'll be able to choose from multiple colors (pink, blue, green, orange, and more) as well multiple scents (think everything from peach to eucalyptus). You can even customize the bottle with your name at no extra charge.

    Get a personalized shampoo and conditioner from Function Beauty starting at $39.

    3. A vacuum hose attachment because the lint that has accumulated in your dryer...take care of that, sis. Clogged vents = longer drying times = higher utility bills = less money in your bank account to put toward, say, more Seamless takeout. An FYI that multiple reviewers (multiple!) pulled out whole socks from their lint traps.,

    Promising review: "This thing is seriously amazing. I figured out how to use it very quickly and it worked like a charm. I had a sock stuck wayy down in my vent and would've had no idea! I still can't believe how much lent and dust came out of my dryer. My husband is already talking about other uses for this unique tool, like getting into tight spaces in our cars." —J. Johnson

    Get it from Amazon for $10.99.

    4. A copy of You Suck at Cooking: The Absurdly Practical Guide to Sucking Slightly Less at Making Food — like, I feel attacked but am also their target audience. If you're the kind of cooking novice who manages to ruin toast, this handy guide outlines how to perfect *the* most simple recipes. We're talking ham and cheese melts. Potato salad. Essentially 60+ recipes that don't require a sous vide.

    the book
    Clarkson Potter Publishers

    Get it from Amazon for $12.01, Bookshop (to support local booksellers) for $18.39, or check your local library.

    5. A tub of The Pink Stuff, an all-purpose paste capable of tackling your most pesky cleaning problems. Caked up grease on kitchen cabinets and red vino stains on white carpeting will all but vanish with no elbow grease required (an ideal cleaning situation).,

    Promising review: "My 2-year-old is an up-and-coming artist and she frequently uses my white walls as a canvas. I have gone through Costco-sized packages of "magic erasers" trying to scrub her artwork off the walls to no avail. We ordered this as a last resort when someone in a cleaning group recommended it. The day it came we cleaned two walls and every bit of the marker, pencil, crayon, and colored pencil came off. HIGHLY recommend this stuff." —Jackilyn

    Get a pack of two from Amazon for $14.25.

    6. A travel glass set designed with a simple-but-effective airtight seal lid, aka the contents inside won't go bad after sitting in your fridge for more than three minutes. These versatile babies are great for fresh smoothies, cold-pressed juices, iced tea, iced coffee — you get the drill. If you can drink it, store it in the below.

    reviewer holding two bottles with beet juice inside

    Promising review: "I ordered a pack of 12 to upgrade from mason jars for juicing and am thrilled. These are so much more convenient. Easy to hold, looks simple and nice, fits in cup holders. They're also easy to clean and the lids do provide a great seal to the point where it makes a light pop noise when I open up the juice for the first time." —Craig Pittinger

    Get a pack of six from Amazon for $19.99.

    7. A two-piece seamless activewear set that's making me want to go for a hike in the great outdoors — and I hate the great outdoors. This comfy 'fit is athleisure perfection: Throw it on with a puffer for errands, with a cardigan whilst working from home, and wear as/is for that 20-minute kickboxing video you *promise* you'll get to today.

    Promising review: "LOVE this set! I got it in dark gray. So much better than expected for such a great price. Nice and thick, stretchy material that does have some compression and is kind of smoothing for a super flattering look! It's also really comfy and squat-proof. True to size, too!" —elena

    Get it from Amazon for $28.99 (available in sizes S-L and in seven colors).

    8. An ice cube tray for making nugget-shaped cubes that are the secret sauce behind [insert fast food chain here] soft drinks, arguably the most satisfying part of any burger-and-fries meal combo.

    Promising review: "I gotta say this is as close to fast food ice as you can get from a home ice cube tray. It's the perfect shaped ice. It is easily chewed. I've tried the big ice balls made for whiskey glasses and they seem to melt so fast. This simple ice is much better for everyday drinks." —Amazon Customer

    Get a set of three from Amazon for $11.91.

    9. A ceramic trinket dish especially wonderful for folks who turn an unflattering shade of red when they hear the unfair stereotypes given to their fellow Scorpio kind. We’re passionate. Leave us be.

    the pastel trinket dishes with different horoscopes

    Get them from Amazon for $11.98 (available in 12 styles).

    10. Ultra pigmented lip stains that pay homage to your beverage of choice — red red wine. Reviewers swear these tints are smudge- and transfer-proof and, adorable vino-inspired packaging aside, you'll get six wearable shades for ~$10.,

    ::major Billy Joel voice:: "A bottle of red.... and another bottle of red... and another..." —you opening this Amazon package.

    Promising review: "These are the cutest lip stains I’ve ever seen! The best part is they work. Love the colors and they are definitely a staining. Feels like there is nothing there and they don’t get on your mask. Love love love." —Debbie Corley

    Get a set of six from Amazon for $9.99.

    11. A two-wick paraffin wax twist candle set on a flameproof base that — and let's not shimmy around the truth here — you'll never want to burn anyway. It's art and is therefore bound to become the pièce de résistance of your nightstand. The crème de la crème of all your home decor.

    the yellow twist candle
    54 Celsius

    Get it from 54 Celsius for $40 (available in eight colors).

    12. Or! A chocolate bar candle because Willy Wonka's Chocolate Factory may not be real but that doesn't mean your home can't *smell* like it is.

    the chocolate bar candle
    54 Celsius

    This candle is made from 100% vegetable wax and is handcrafted by skilled candle makers in Lithuania.

    Get it from 54 Celsius for $27.

    13. An electric frother if you spend more on ~fancy~ coffee in a week than you do on actual groceries. Barista-level drinks are yours at the press of a button: pour in your milk of choice (nondairy options included), choose one out of four foam options, and that's it. That cappuccino will taste like it's been teleported fresh from Italy.,

    Promising review: "I absolutely LOVE this frother so much that I’ve started giving it as gifts. Within three mins, or less, I can make my own fancy coffee right at home. We also use it for warming milk for single servings of hot cocoa for our kids. The milk is at the perfect temp. It is easy to use, easy to clean and it looks great (not an eye sore on the counter). It makes me look forward to my morning coffee." —Jenn

    Get it from Amazon for $39.99.

    14. A flexible Burger Buddy holder because you did not pay that $3 in extra toppings so that every hunk of provolone could slip out of your sandwich and onto your plate. Messy eaters, I accept your gratitude in advance. Never again will your wardrobe be ruined by grease stains.

    a hand holding a burger in the red bowl

    These are dishwasher-safe, odor- and heat-resistant, and really lightweight.

    Promising review: "We've been eating at home a lot more often and trying to make our burgers taste like our favorite restaurants. That involves lots of sauce, tomatoes, and pickles. Messy burgers. This handy thing keeps it all together and keeps your hands (relatively) clean. Would love to have them when we eat out again... would it be weird to whip these out of my purse while dining out?" —C. Gordon

    Get a set of four from Amazon for $24.99.

    15. A Tushy bidet attachment so you can ditch the wasteful TP once and for all. No more screaming out to a roommate for a fresh roll because you've realized, all too late, that there wasn't any left.


    It comes with everything they need to install their bidet in ~10 minutes! There's even a 60-day money-back guarantee — so if they absolutely hate bidet life, you can simply return and buy them, idk, a sweater or something.

    Promising review: "This was our second Tushy! Our first was installed in our master bath. We just remodeled a guest bathroom and could not call it 'finished' without a Tushy in it. Once you get Tushy clean, nothing else will do!" —Teresa S.

    Get it from Tushy for $89 (available in six colors; use our exclusive promo code BUZZFEED at checkout for an extra 10% off).

    16. A tank bra and matching high-waisted briefs from Naked Rebellion, a revolutionary new brand specializing in intimates that redefine the term "nude" — they offer nine different shades ranging from espresso to almond that ensure you get just the right hue.

    three models wearing matching bralettes and underwear / Via http://@naked.rebellion

    Get them from Naked Rebellion: the tank bra for $68 and the undies for $28, both available in sizes XS-XXL and in nine shades).

    17. A set of smart plugs you can control through a voice-enabled Alexa. Getting up in the middle of [yet another] Harry Potter marathon to turn off that obnoxiously bright lamp? Nope. Make Alexa do it instead.,

    Promising review: "I have three different string lights that I like to have on during certain hours in the evening. These lights used to be hooked up to another smart plug with remote control. I replaced them with the Gosund outlets and they work flawlessly! All three lights are scheduled to turn on/off at the same time. If I’m ever going to be out later, I can change the schedule or turn on remotely." —Linda M.

    Get a set of four from Amazon for $23.79.

    18. Stackable chairs likely meant for children but screw it, I'm getting them for myself. The GPS for these little piggies is taking Exit Purchased and heading straight toward the direction of my shopping cart.

    reviewer photo of two stackable pig chairs

    Promising review: "My toddler loves pigs and requested some 'big pink pigs' to play pretend farm. These are amazing and she loves using them as pretend pets, as chairs, and to hide other toys under. They are really cute (even better than the pictures) and sturdy enough to hold any child or small adult. The plastic is easy to clean, too." —Amazon Customer

    Get a set of two from Amazon for $27.98 (available in four colors and three styles).

    19. A BedShelfie, aka a foolproof way to never lose your remote controls in the abyss that is your bedding. Nightstands are just a smidge too far for comfortably setting down your nighttime essentials (glasses! phones! books you intend on reading but don't because of TikTok!), and this has just enough surface space to hold the items that tend to end up on the floor.,

    Promising review: "Intuitive set up/installation. Exactly what I was looking for. Didn’t want to commit to a nightstand bc my dresser was nearby but not close enough for my bedside must haves. I have an old (heavy) MacBook, a bottle of water, and my phone there at once and it works perfectly." —Kristina Lee

    Get it from Amazon for $39.99.

    20. A hand-painted Kokeshi doll inspired by the great David Bowie and his iconic album, Aladdin Sane. This gorgeous collectible is destined to become ~the prettiest star~ of your nightstand.

    the David Bowie dolls
    Lucie Kass

    Get it from Lucie Kaas for $52+ (available in two sizes).

    21. A set of ceramic dishes inspired by the franchise they've been begging you to binge for a decade. Will you ever watch a Star Wars movie? Not a chance. But at least you can give them a proper, thoughtful place to eat their roasted porg from.

    the white plates with black illustrations

    These are safe to use in both the dishwasher *and* microwave.

    Promising review: "Soooo cute these plates are! Love them so much I do!" —Brittany

    Get a set of four white plates and four illustrated plates from Amazon for $39.99 (available in three styles).

    22. A battery-operated LED light that gives a whole new meaning to having your ~head in the clouds~. This accent piece even has three different settings (fade, flash, and strobe) and basically turns your bedroom into an art exhibit.

    the clouds hanging in different shades of blue
    DreamVibeCreations / Etsy

    Get it from DreamVibeCreations on Etsy for $50 (available in two color options).

    23. Cosrx Galactomyces 95 Tone Balancing Essence – it takes dull, tired skin and leads it greener pastures (*insert idyllic farm image here*). Hyaluronic acid and panthenol provide ultimate hydration, and drumroll por favor — it absorbs quickly! No grease. No stick. Apply this before moisturizer to make sure all that goodness gets locked in.

    two clear bottles of the essence with black cap

    Promising review: "Yes yes YES. Lightweight and effective. I heard about this product through a YouTuber and wasn’t sure if the product would live up to the hype. Now, it’s a staple in my morning facial routine." —JSB

    Get it from Amazon for $14.20.

    24. A candle-making kit that comes with everything you'll need to upcycle old tea cups and mason jars: 100 6-inch pre-waxed wicks, a 10-pound bag of natural soy wax, and two centering devices. *inhales at the thought of lemon and lavender*,

    Promising review: "I am amazed at how easy it is to make candles! I made small mosquito-repellent candles for my wedding. I just added a colored dye and scent after I melted the wax. Was super easy and quick to make. The hardest thing for me was to wait for it to cool down and solidify. I even had my kids help. They thought it was fun to mix colors to create their own. This wax melts nicely and doesn't really have an odor by itself." —Amanda

    Get it from Amazon for $30.99.

    25. A portable paint palette set for anyone who fancies themself a modern-day da Vinci (one with a stronger appreciation of eyebrows). Reviewers swear that the paint quality is fantastic for the price, plus the palette is refillable which means cha-ching! Money saved in the long run.

    The full paint palette set with 18 cups of paint

    You'll get 18 colors (including two white).

    Promising review: "Colors are vibrant and opaque, while still drying matte. They're easily workable and the inclusion of two white pans is a huge plus for me, as it's always the color that goes first! The palette itself is durable and well-made, snapping tightly into place when you're ready to store your paints. At first I was concerned about the colors drying, but frankly there's so much paint that I don't see that happening anytime soon as long as I continue to spritz them with water and stir them a bit occasionally. My favorite aspect of this palette is the amount of paint in each cup, I often find myself being afraid to waste paint with my more expensive tube gouache, but that's not an issue at all with this palette. Overall, this is an amazing palette for people who are learning gouache, and experienced artists alike. It gives you a genuine gouache experience, and lends itself to lots of experimentation without fear of wasting expensive paint." —analee

    Get it from Amazon for $17.99+ (available in four colors, with and without paint brushes).

    26. A heat-changing ceramic mug that reveals a scene from the ~ocean blue~ whenever you pour in your morning cup of caffeine. Raise your hand if bioluminescence and giant squid terrify you more than it reasonably should!

    the mug before and after hot water is added to it

    Get it from Amazon for $15.95.

    27. A Joseph Joseph cutting board so you can chop ingredients and then quickly transfer them ~straight~ into the pan thanks to an ergonomic handle. This bebe is also foldable for easy storage and dishwasher-safe, so you truly cannot go wrong.


    Get it from Amazon for $19.99 (available in two colors).

    28. A life-sized avocado that is actually *not* an avocado — it's a delicious hunk of white and milk chocolate that I intend on purchasing for myself this Valentine's Day.

    the avocado chocolate

    Get it from Target for $5.99.

    29. A DIY scratch-a-sketch for the person who hates writing lengthy cards and has not one romantic bone in their body. I get it. Pass 'em a penny and this personalized note for a gift that at least *feels* pretty darn sappy.

    the sketch notes in red and silver
    InklingsPaperie / Etsy

    Get it from InklingsPaperie on Etsy for $3+.

    30. A silicone mold so you can finally try your hand at the epic hot cocoa bombs that have invaded your TikTok feed. This hunk of silicone is nonstick, flexible, dishwasher-safe, and can even be used for lava cakes (*drools*) or handmade soap.

    Promising review: "I used these to make hot chocolate bombs and they were the perfect size! Super easy to use, the chocolate popped right out with no issues, and was so shiny!" —jenna

    Get it from Amazon for $9.08.

    31. A portable pack of soap sheets that will certainly come in ~handy~, particularly during *eye twitches* these times. Public toilets — and the decorative dispensers that never contain soap — will no longer have to feel like the enemy.

    The pink plastic container with ears and a nose, plus the pink paper-thin soap sheets

    Promising review: "Exactly what I wanted! Hands feel very clean after wash! Highly recommend! I read other reviews and decided these had the best reviews, those reviews did not disappoint! Each sheet of soap produces enough soap to give the comfort of knowing your hands are throughly clean. We liked our first order so much that we bought 10 packs for my fiancé's work crew to help make keeping their hands clean during this pandemic! ( he’s a delivery driver/repair tech). If you have wanted to try something like this product, I highly recommend this brand!" —Clippin4you

    Get a set of four boxes from Amazon for $9.99 (50 sheets each).

    32. An Atlas Coffee Club subscription that delivers fresh beans ::immediately thinks of Even Stevens:: to your doorstep. Each box curates a new coffee type with personalized roasts and grinds, a postcard from a new country each month, plus tasting notes and tips for each batch. If you weren't already a coffee snob...

    Kayla Suazo / BuzzFeed, atlascoffeeclub / Via

    My fellow BuzzFeed editor Kayla Suazo tried out Atlas Coffee Club and only had good things to say:

    "My first observation after opening the box was the smell. It smells FAN-FREAKIN'-TASTIC. It also comes with sweet postcards from the cities where the batches are from, so the entire experience feels so lovely and personal. As for the coffee itself, it's heavenly. I am used to store-bought coffee — which yes, is fine — but both of these tasted incredibly fresh and different from each other. The Peruvian coffee has this dark, almost chocolate taste to it, so I imagine it would be delicious with a morning sweet treat (maybe I should start eating pie every day?). The Colombian batch, on the other hand, was a little lighter roast-wise but still had delicious notes of rich sweetness. TL;DR: both of them were incredible both in taste and quality."

    Get a subscription to Atlas Coffee Club for $9+ (available in a half bag, single bag, or double bag and shipments every two or four weeks).

    To learn more, check out our full review of Atlas Coffee Club!

    33. A DIY miniature greenhouse for the folks who never *did* get that Barbie dream house growing up — same, but this is so much better anyway. You'll receive everything to flesh out nooks, crannies, and details (think flowers, doors, vines, shelves) plus an LED light fixture.

    the greenhouse

    Promising review: "I got this for my daughter for a project over her summer break from school. I was amazed at the quality of the parts and materials as well as the assembly instructions. Note that this is NOT for the faint of heart! It looks like it could easily take 20 hours, or longer to fully assemble this as it is a serious doll house kit, and can definitely provide lots of enjoyment for someone who likes building these kinds of things. Worth the money." —Life and things

    Get it from Amazon for $39.99.

    34. A reclaimed wood serving board that gives you no choice but to put out a spread of Manchego and prosciutto every single day. God, I love cheese.

    the reclaimed board covered in cheeses
    Crate & Barrel

    Get it from Crate & Barrel for $34.95.

    35. A wheat-free peanut butter cake mix to show your best friend how much you friggin' love them. Whether it's for their birthday coming up in four months or that they gave you an extra snuggle this a.m., any excuse is a good excuse to whip up this delicious treat for your dear doggo.,

    Promising review: "This was a huge hit, both of our chocolate labs LIVE for peanut butter. Instead of the yogurt icing, I melted some actual peanut butter in the microwave and used that as icing instead. Chuckie could barely wait for it to bake!" —aim1030

    Get it from Amazon for $6.99.

    36. A sun lamp because *breathes in the same air that's been trapped in my bedroom since March* nature. This mimics sunlight to boost your mood, improve focus, and help your body create a more consistent sleep schedule. (Psst, this is especially great for night owls who prefer working late!)

    The rectangle-shaped light sitting on the counter with a pour-over coffee next to it

    Promising review: "I live in Seattle and the seasonal depression during the winter months can be intense (sunset by 4:30 p.m., cold and rainy, etc.). My doctor recommended a sun light and I genuinely think this is the best Amazon purchase I've made in years. It sits on my desk at work - I use it for about an hour or two every day (with the comfort lens). I absolutely feel more energetic, focused, and calm/less stressed." —R. Bender

    Get it from Amazon for $68.50

    37. A set of thick velvet slip covers for a brand new couch on a very, very small budget. It doesn't take a DIY genius to master these beauties — literally just ~slip~ them over sofa cushions for an immediate uptick to your living room decor. *considers starting a home renovation blog*

    Reviewer before/after of their couch with the pink velvet slip added. The after pic shows couches that look brand new and completely different.

    This set even comes with nonslip straps to ensure your new seats ~sit~ perfectly still and stay in place.

    Promising review: "I have never been so excited about a slipcover. Total transformation of our couch and love seat. I was worried about it not working on our leather couch, but it stays on really well due to the straps and the separate cushion covers. LOVE." —Brian/Liz

    Get it from Amazon for $21.70 (available in two sizes and nine colors).

    38. A watering funnel that gives you no choice but to water your plants. The amount of water that has pooled on my floor rather than into the roots of my ZZ... ridiculous, quite frankly! This is effective, takes up no extra space, doesn't look like an eyesore, and gets a task (one that you constantly put off) out of the way.

    water being funneled into plant

    Promising review: "Do you have a lot of plants? Are they crowded together and hard to see where on pot begins? Or bushy plants that spread out low and wide? These will help in all of these situation. My plants are happy and my floors are dry." —k gannon

    Get it from Amazon for $11.99.

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