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    31 Things From Target That’ll Help Make Your Weekly Routine A Lot Less Stressful

    Because "minimizing the daily grind" is always a great thing to put on your to-do list.

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    1. A six-cube organizer shelf that will quickly become the new hot spot in your home to display all your favorite novels, records, board games, and anything else that needs to shown off/picked up off the floor.

    a white shelf with two rows of three 13-inch cubes, resulting in six cubes

    Promising review: "I like this thing. It’s pretty easy to build, and you don’t need any tools except for what comes with it. The instructions are inside and are easy to follow. I like it; it’s clean and durable for its price. Worked perfectly for the vibe I was going for." —Verified purchaser

    Price: $70 (available in four colors)

    2. A rechargeable Philips Sonicare electric toothbrush to make your dental hygienist wonder if you've been seeing other people. You'll tell them that you haven't — you've just been using an electric toothbrush that removes up to seven times more plaque than a manual toothbrush. And the best part? It's a mere fraction of the price of other electric toothbrushes.

    a model holding the toothbrush

    Promising review: "I recommend this to anyone that wants the OG Sonicare but can't afford the $100+ price. Only one setting for cheaper compared to the other options? PERFECT. You really only need one setting anyway — the rest feels gimmicky. This toothbrush *simply* works wonders, and even my dental hygienist made a comment on how little she had to do to my teeth when I came in for a cleaning. This is such a great, affordable option for those that want the luxury but not for luxury price!" —chloestargetfinds

    Price: $39.99 (available in six colors)

    3. A two-shelf floor lamp so that you can light up your reading nook and provide a home for the current books in your book club rotation.

    a floor lamp with a white cube lampshade and two black metal shelves

    Promising review: "I love this lamp, and it was super easy to put together. It works great in the guest room, as it can work as a nightstand." —Erica

    Price: $55 (available in two colors)

    4. An exfoliating foot peel to bring your dry soles, cracked heels, and bunions back to a state of baby-soft perfection. I use this foot peel quarterly to give my sore feet a much needed rejuvenation.

    the box with a picture of the foot peel mask and a before and after photo

    Promising review: "I didn’t think this would work as well as advertised. Well, it does! I soaked my feet beforehand as per the instructions, and five days later, my feet started to MOLT. So, so gross. I wore socks so I wouldn’t have to look at them. I was worried that it wouldn’t stop, but then new, smooth skin began to appear, and my feet are so much better than when I started! Would recommend it!" —Jessica

    Price: $30.99

    5. A sleek stainless-steel electronic salt and pepper mill set, because nothing beats freshly cracked black pepper seasoning some freshly grilled goodies. And with the grinder's electronic buttons, you'll never have to grind whole pepper seeds or coarse salt by hand again.

    a stainless steel electric pepper grinder hovering over a plate of sliced squash

    Promising review: "Works great. Love the light when in use, really handy to see how much spice you are using. Didn't know if I'd care for the electronic feature, but finding it very useful, especially for one-handed operation." —Cpatt

    Price: $59.99 for a set of two

    6. An iced coffee maker with a reusable filter, so you won't have to buy single-use filters ever again. Plus, this device pours iced coffee straight into your receptacle of choice — a mug, a thermos, or the included reusable tumbler — making it perfect for those who caffeinate on the go.


    The set comes with the iced coffee maker, the reusable filter, and a 22 ounce tumbler.

    Promising review: "If you’re on the fence about whether to get it or not, just do it. It’s so worth it! Having iced coffee whenever I want has been a blessing, especially now that I’m teaching from home. My coffee is always how I like it every single time. It’s an amazing purchase for me." —Target Reviewer

    Price: $24.99 (available in four colors)

    7. A jacquard blackout curtain panel, because although the sun through your window feels great when you're getting ready for the day, it is no friend when you're trying to sleep for another hour. Consider these stylish curtains to add pizzazz to your space while also keeping things dark enough to sleep.

    a set of gray and white jacquard print blackout curtains in a room

    Promising review: "Can't say enough wonderful things about these curtains! They are seriously perfect. I put them in our master bedroom because I prefer it to be dark in the mornings. I also love taking naps during the day on the weekends, so this helps darken the room midday. They really do a great job at keeping the sunlight out! They are kinda thick but not too much and nothing too heavy for the curtain rods. The fabric is amazing. Super-high quality and really nice looking!" —Jkc83

    Price: $34.99+ per panel (available in three sizes and in four colors)

    8. An electric throw blanket that stays warm for hours on end, meaning you'll never again have to worry about cold toes while binge-watching your favorite shows.

    Woman sitting under the blanket

    Promising review: "I love this heated throw! It’s soft and cozy, and the heat distribution is amazing! Will definitely recommend to anyone who is looking for a heated throw." —Target Reviewer

    Price: $44.99 (available in five colors/patterns)

    9. A two-tier lazy Susan with adjustable height, because removing all your pantry items just to reach that one little jar of turmeric hiding in the back is such an unnecessary annoyance. But why designate this turntable just to the pantry? It works great to organize skincare or beauty items, too!

    The two-tier turntable in white

    Promising review: "Really enjoy this lazy Susan for our spices. It's taller and sturdier than the ones I have had in the past. Seems like it will last for a long time. Very, very happy with this purchase. Also, love that this is a woman-owned company." —BMurphy

    Price: $19.99

    10. A set of 10 collapsable hangers that each hold up to five articles of clothing at a time, and hangs vertically to make those five pieces take up the space of one. If you have a tiny closet, this is an essential.


    Promising review: "I love these hangers! These hangers make my closet look so much more organized. I have so many clothes, and this helps me keep them all in the closet!" —LaurieB

    Price: $14.99 for 10 hangers

    11. A set of 14 reusable silicone lids so that you can say goodbye to single-use plastic wrap for good. These silicone lids aren't just for use with storage containers — you can also place them over serving bowls to preserve leftovers with ease, or wrap them around citrus fruits and avocados to prevent oxidation.

    The set of 14 reusable silicone lids in blue and clear

    Promising review: "I’m working toward a zero-waste kitchen, so when I found these silicone bowl covers I knew I had to have them. They arrived several days *before* the estimated arrival date. The lids are made of high-quality silicone; they stretch to fit every bowl and casserole dish I own. They wash easily and get thoroughly cleaned in the dishwasher; they are perfect, and I couldn’t be happier with my purchase. I was supporting a small, family-owned company as well!" —Target Reviewer

    Price: $18.99 (originally $23.99)

    12. A 10-in-1 styling spray, just in case your hair WON'T COOPERATE in the morning, despite your best efforts. This product detangles, softens, smoothes, and even heat-protects all hair types, with just a few spritzes.


    Promising review: "This is my favorite detangler. I have long brunette hair with balayage, so the bleached parts are pretty ratty when I get out of the shower. This spray makes detangling a breeze. I love that it also has heat protection. I've been buying this for the last five years." —Jen174

    Price: $11.99

    13. A woven cane basket with handles to store your throw pillows and blankets or keep your dirty laundry in one aesthetically pleasing place.


    Promising review: "I love these! Perfect size for my entry table and I use them to put scarves and mittens, beanies. :)" —aquariuschris

    Price: $18

    14. A micro-plush weighted blanket with a machine washable cover, because as the sun sets earlier and earlier each day, you'll need something that will help you ease through the changing of the season. This weighted blanket is great for slipping into a relaxed state of mind, while also keeping you warm with its soft ~micro-plush~ texture.

    the blanket in dark red

    Promising review: "Love my weighted blanket. At first, I was scared to use one, but now I can’t sleep without one. This is perfect because you can take off the cover and wash it!" —Semra

    Price: $63+ (available in four colors and three weights)

    15. A three-shelf closet organizer to help you conjure some storage space in your tiny city apartment. Consider stacking your larger pieces in here, like your sweaters and denim, to maximize your closet space.


    Promising review: "I was trying to figure out a way to add shelves to a tiny closet that had a rod at about 8 feet high. These hanging shelves are the perfect solution!" —Deb

    Price: $12

    16. A 6-quart Dutch oven, because nothing says "fall" like warming up with a nice, hearty stew (or soup, or bread, or pasta — the list of foods you can make with this goes on and on). A Dutch oven is essentially the one pot that can do it all, so consider investing in this for all your cooking and baking needs.

    a red dutch oven in front of a dutch rest

    Promising review: "I love the quality of construction and how great this pot cooks up my foods. It also cleans up well (I always hand-wash my dishes). It was a gift from a dear friend that I'll be using for years! It's a nice addition to my Lodge collection. Love this brand!" —soveryblessed

    Price: $79.99 (available in two colors)

    17. A clear acrylic drawer organizer so that you'll never have to ask, "Where are my reusable straws?!" ever again.


    Promising review: "Very happy with this purchase! It fits great in my drawer, doesn't slide around everywhere, and is the perfect size to fit all of my utensils." —Target reviewer

    Price: $10+ (available in three sizes)

    18. A Wi-Fi-enabled robot vacuum that automatically goes to town on crumbs, hair, fur, and dust on its own, while you take care of other, more pressing matters on your WFH to-do list. You can use the vacuum's app to create cleaning schedules.

    a black robot vacuum cleaning under the legs of a chair

    Promising review: "If you're thinking about buying a Roomba, do it! This has saved me so much time and stress. We have a dog that sheds A LOT and two cats. I was having to vacuum all the time. Now I run the Roomba overnight, and the floors in the downstairs living area are spotless in the morning." —Jacqueline

    Price: $299.99 (originally $349.99)

    19. A charging station with multiple USB ports, so you can keep all the cables for your phone, tablet, gaming device, and wireless earbuds in one place, and never have to struggle to find a free outlet.


    Promising review: "I purchased this charger for when I travel because finding outlets can be difficult in some hotels and I don’t like being tethered to wall outlets that are behind furniture. I’ve been on two trips with it and it has worked great! I can charge my phone, tablet, and Bluetooth devices all at the same time. I love that it's small and the 5-foot cord is long enough so it can be set on a desk or table." —IdahoShopper

    Price: $22.99

    20. A botanical print comfort mat, because, yes, comfortable things should feel good, but they should look good, too! Consider this comfort mat if your hard kitchen floors wreak havoc on your knees while you wash dishes, and if your current plain black comfort mat wreaks havoc on your interior design taste.

    a botanical print bath mat under a sink

    Promising review: "This mat adds a nice cushion while working at the kitchen sink." —Zoey

    Price: $20

    21. A waste and recycling bin and pullout shelf set, so you can not only separate your waste from your recyclables with ease, but also hide your refuse easily, improving your kitchen's aesthetics.

    a garbage and recycling bin on a metal rack that pulls out of a kitchen cabinet

    The set includes two 27-quart containers, chrome frame, and mounting hardware.

    Promising review: "This was just what I was looking for. Our cabinet was on the smaller side, so I was worried these bins would not hold a substantial amount, but they are great! The steel handle and pullout shelf are heavy-duty and substantial; they definitely do not feel cheap. It is much nicer having my trash and recycling nicely tucked away in the cabinet, freeing up floor space in my kitchen." —Target reviewer

    Price: $89.99 (originally $113.99; available in four colors)

    22. A dry-erase calendar board to ensure that you'll never miss that oh so important Zoom meeting again. The board's surface is magnetic, and the attached corkboard provides a place to store permission slips, bills, and any other pieces of paper you need to keep track of.

    a dry-erase calendar board hanging above a bed

    Promising review: "I needed something to organize our busy family schedule. Love the size, not too big or small. I also love that it has spots for additional notes AND a bulletin area if ever needed." —Target Customer

    Price: $14.99

    23. A drawer organizer because there is nothing more Marie Kondo than having individual compartments for even your tiniest day-to-day garments. These dividers can work well for socks, underwear, tights, or even some larger items, like T-shirts.


    Promising review: "I had my drawers so unorganized. I bought these and made everything so much neater. Definitely recommend!" —R

    Price: $16.99

    24. A tiered metal utility cart that is perfect for those who need extra organization but also want to add a minimalist design touch to their space. This utility cart is great for extra gadgets in the kitchen, holding cosmetics near your vanity, or even acting as linen storage in your bathroom.

    the utility cart in white

    Promising review: "Perfect cart! Moved into an apartment and needed to place some things near my bed and window. This cart is awesome! Easy setup and it’s so cute!" —Sophia

    Price: $35 (available in three colors)

    25. A ruled Moleskine notebook, because keeping all your tasks written down in one place is the easiest way to ensure that you actually complete your daily goals (instead of getting distracted by TikTok and forgetting about all of them).


    Promising review: "I love Moleskine notebooks. I prefer the hard classic, as they hold up pretty well. The elastic band keeps the contents inside. The inside pocket is expandable and can hold a lot of paper. These are my go-to planners/journals." —purplegirl22

    Price: $21.99

    26. An 18-oz plastic frosted tumbler that's hard to break — ideal if you have small kids or are just prone to some butter-fingers moments yourself. They come in six colors, so consider getting one of each to add an extra flair to your dining room table.

    a pink matter plastic tumbler

    Promising review: "I absolutely LOVE these cups! They are even more beautiful than the pictures. The size is perfect, the colors are vibrant, they are easy to wash. These take a beating and don't crack, so they are great for kids, to use indoors and out. And they are dishwasher safe. I definitely recommend this product." —Busybody13

    Price: $0.50 (available in six colors)

    27. A pack of 20 floral-print disposable plates, for days when you want a total Wes Anderson aesthetic but are also hosting a gathering so large, you know trying to do it all with regular plates would be a fool's errand.

    a paper plate with pink flowers and green leaves on them

    Promising review: "Love these! Easy statement piece on the table when you don’t have a lot of time to put something more elegant together. They look amazing!" —Vicks

    Price: $4 for a pack of 20 9-inch plates.

    28. A handheld vacuum, because pet hair is one of the most difficult types of debris to clean up, especially with a broom. With one of these small-but-mighty gems, with just a wave of a hand, you can clean up any crumbs, hairs, and dust from your furniture, counters, hardwood floors, and rugs.

    a handheld vacuum cleaning pet hair off a couch

    Promising review: "I bought all my siblings one for Christmas. Seriously amazing. I don’t own a dog but I have very long hair that reaches the small of my back. Getting hair out of carpets is sometimes hard but this vacuum gets it up with no problem. Multiple tools included. Cleaning the brush portion is very easy with just a flat screwdriver or a knife and a pair of scissors to cut the hair and untangled in a minute. Don’t wait to purchase it. The best investment I’ve made as a college student. Holds the charge for one to two weeks easily and charges quickly" —Target reviewer

    Price: $72.99

    29. A bamboo stacking shelf so that you can finally organize your counter space and make it look like a cool café. This shelf is great for organizing your coffee setup, but also works in cupboards to create more space for glasses and plates.

    a bamboo shelve in a counter holding plates and hovering over mugs

    Promising review: "I love these. So sturdy, easy to assemble, and fit perfectly in most cabinets." —petersmama

    Price: $14

    30. A pair of silicone oven mitts with grips to make sure you protect your hands and have a good grip on hot pots and pans — because there's nothing worse than a hot pot of freshly cooked ravioli suddenly slipping out of your grasp.

    a pair of dark grey silicone kitchen gloves

    Promising review: "I love these mitts! I bought them to use with my Instant Pot because I was using the traditional fabric oven mitts and I kept burning my fingers through them. Since using these silicone oven mitts I haven’t felt a thing and I’ve had them for three months now! I absolutely love them." —Storage

    Price: $6 for two

    31. And a tiered makeup organizer so that you can keep all your palettes, single shadows, crème blushes, and bronzing compacts all in one place. Not that into makeup? That's OK — this organizer can work wonders at a home office or crafting station.

    a tiered makeup organizer on a vanity desk

    Promising review: "Great quality and so useful! Loved it!" —Jess

    Price: $29.99

    The reviews for this post have been edited for length and clarity.

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