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1.A bug catcher so you can (safely!!) snag your creepy crawly friends off the wall without having to get a step ladder or jump like you're in a Kidz Bop commercial.
2.An orthopedic under-the-desk foot rest for those chairs where your feet don't *quite* land on the floor the way you wish they would, so you're always stuck scooting your butt to the edge of your seat.
3.A slide-out spice rack so you don't have to go full ballerina on your tippiest toes every time you're trying to find the parsley, sage, rosemary, or thyme.
4.A lightweight multipurpose grabber to help you grab stuff off high shelves. It's sensitive enough to pick up things like coins and envelopes, but also hardy enough to grip and lift a full wine bottle.
5.A short person-friendly height adjustable standing desk (with room for two monitors!!) so you can easily transition from sitting to standing without having to upend your entire home office situation every other hour.
6.Aaaand yes, a foldable stool, which you likely already have one of — *however*, this one has rounded corners to prevent bruises, sturdy bottom grippers, and can convert into chair. Plus it folds so compactly and lightly that you can easily cart it from room to room instead of lugging your step ladder everywhere.
7.A flexible gooseneck mirror so you can actually get a good look at your human face without leaning your short frame fully into the sink and half falling into it every morning.
8.A memory foam seat cushion that will not only help relieve pressure from your tailbone and lower back, but will help make up a few inches of difference at your seat, whether you want to elevate yourself in an office chair or in the driver's seat of the car.
9.A comfort seatbelt adjuster for anyone whose seatbelt is constantly cutting into their neck. This clamps down at the bottom of the shoulder belt, redirecting it so it *actually* falls on your shoulder, the way it was intended to by design.
10.An iron-on seam adhesive for hems so you can shorten your clothes yourself by quickly ironing them at a new length, without all the muss and fuss of taking them to get hemmed somewhere.
11.Or for a quick fix, temporary hem tape — while this is always nice to have on hand for a short person ~fashion emergency~, some reviewers mention that it's nice to temporarily alter pant legs depending on where you want it to fall on the particular shoe or boot you're wearing.
12.A pair of petite yoga pants so you can have all the sweet, sweet comfort of yoga pants without the decidedly unsweet feeling of tripping on their hems every time you get up from the mat. Plus, the bootcut makes it an easy comfy go-to if you want to dress it up a bit!
13.A hands-free dog leash that goes around your waist, making walks and runs a little easier if your doggo is one of those "LET'S GO SAY HI TO THAT OTHER DOG" types that has little respect for a short person's center of gravity.
14.A hanging closet organizer so instead of resigning yourself to shoving all your towels and sheets or winter gear in the higher reaches of the closet, you can store them somewhere closer to eye level where they won't be a nightmare and a half to reach.
15.A pair of vintage-inspired Dr. Martens heeled boots — not only are these an investment item, but they're a great pair to have on hand for jeans that come a little *too* close to treading the ground, and for situations like, say, the family holiday card, where you are tired of looking like your younger, taller siblings are in charge of you (*sighs deeply in hobbit*).
16.A set of brake and pedal extenders you can install in your car so you don't have to jack the seat alllllll the way up to the steering wheel just so your feet can reach them.
17.A cropped sweater to solve all your "welp, this is a blanket on me" problems — the hem might actually land where normal sweaters are supposed to for once.
18.A clever wire rack organizer shelf for under your cabinets, so you can have easy access to utensils or condiments without doing your favorite yoga pose, "Stretch The Entire Body Like A Noodle To Get The Ketchup."
19.A super effective extendable microfiber duster to reach all the hair and dust and what have you that somehow has managed to make its way up in your cabinets and tall light fixtures even though you *yourself* have never been up there.
20.A kid-sized office chair that, while technically designed for kids, might offer you some relief in a bunch of different short-person departments, from letting your feet touch the floor to finally getting eye level with your monitor.
21.An extendable snow brush and ice scraper so you can easily reach the entirety of the roof of your car *and* reach across the main windows to take care of buildup easily and efficiently.
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