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    May 25, 2020

    18 Products You Might Need If You’re Basically A Human Sloth Right Now

    Snacks, naps, snuggles, repeat.

    We hope you love the products we recommend! All of them were independently selected by our editors. Just so you know, BuzzFeed may collect a share of sales or other compensation from the links on this page if you decide to shop from them. Oh, and FYI — prices are accurate and items in stock as of time of publication.

    1. A sleepy little sloth pillow that is truly a whole damn mood these days. Put this little guy on your couch as a reminder about what's important in life: napping.

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    Get it from Simons for $20.

    2. Or a printed blanket that'll remind you that yes, you are indeed good at something. Cuddle up in this woven jacquard throw and have yourself a little afternoon snoozle.

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    You can simply toss it in the washing machine if you end up staining it with ketchup chips hands during a snack-in-bed sesh.

    Get it from Urban Outfitters for $129.

    3. A pillow with your favourite word on it, because being stressed out is no fun. Put it in your home office as a reminder to take a break when things get a little tense — and unclench your jaw while you're at it too, ok?

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    Get it from Simons for $20.

    4. A mini magic 8-ball that'll unlock the secrets to your future and help you make decisions, because doing that on your own is too much work. It's just like the original you played with back in the day with the same vague answers to all your burning questions, like "should I put on real clothes today?"

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    Get it from Urban Outfitters for $11.

    5. A comfy bralette, because wearing a bra with a wire seems vaguely criminal at the moment. Give your boobs a little lift in this pretty Calvin Klein piece that'll also give your back a break.

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    Get it from Simons for $35 (available in S-L and in two colours).

    6. Or some ombré sloth boxers that somehow seem a lil' freaky, but in the best kind of way. They're made of soft, stretchy microfibre and have a double layer at the front to keep everything nice and secure.

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    Get them from Simons for $15 (available in sizes S-XL).

    7. A cheeky silicone wine glass holder that'll help you unwind after a long day. It'll stick to your shower or bath wall and hold your glass steady when you’re done taking a sip, because there's nothing more luxurious than having a little treat in the bath.

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    Get it from Urban Outfitters for $22.

    8. A hammock that you can cozy up in during sunny days with a book and a beverage. It has a strong rope and wooden dowels at the ends, so you can lie down worry-free in your lil' summer oasis.

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    Hanging hardware not included.

    Get it from Simons for $19.90.

    9. A little boba tea light that'll add a delicious yellow glow to your space, because overhead lighting is just too bright sometimes, ya know? It fits right into the palm of your hand and adds a fun touch to any space.

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    Make sure to pick up three AAA batteries for it!

    Get it from Urban Outfitters for $20.

    10. A plush throw that's just begging you to wrap it around yourself. Throw on Disney+ and rewatch all your childhood favourites like Beauty and the Beast, because I'm still waiting for someone to gift me an 👏🏽 entire 👏🏽 damn 👏🏽 library 👏🏽.

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    Get it from Simon for $19.99.

    11. Or a polyester-filled duvet that's perfect for warmer weather evenings. Reviewers say that the quality is exceptional for the price point and they love that it's hypoallergenic.

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    It's machine washer and dryer friendly, so cleanup's a breeze.

    Get it from Simons for $29.95+.

    12. A minimalist side table, so you'll always have a spot for your snacks. It's easy to turn and manoeuvre, so your hummus and pita will always be exactly where you need it to be.

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    Get it from Simons for $95.

    13. A comfy robe, because putting on real clothes is overrated. Slip into this leopard print beauty and rewatch Tiger King, because it somehow gets even weirder every time you watch it.

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    Get it from Addition Elle for $34.30 (available in sizes 1X-5X).

    14. A hooded sweatshirt nightgown combo that's truly everything you could possibly need in a cozy garment. Pair it with some fuzzy slippers or fluffy socks for a chic couch fashion statement. / Via Simons

    Get it from Simons for $39.95 (available in sizes XS-XL)

    15. Or a pair of buttery-soft tights, if you prefer something more fitted. They're made for yoga, so they're super stretchy, but they're also great for when you and your couch have metamorphosized into one creature.

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    Get it from Lululemon for $98 (available in sizes 0-14 and in three lengths).

    16. An ottoman pouf, so you can prop your feet up while enjoying your show, because you deserve it. Kick back with a bowl of popcorn and queue up your favourite YouTube channels, because watching Bon Appetit videos all day is my idea of happiness.

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    Get it from Simons for $135 (available in four colours).

    17. A silk pillowcase that'll add a touch of luxe to your sleepy-time set up. It also prevents any damage to your hair and is better for your skin than traditional pillowcases. I can't make any promises, but I'm 99% sure Aurora from Sleeping Beauty had one of these bad boys.

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    Get it from Anthropologie for $89 USD (available in six colours).

    18. And lastly, a print to remind you of how to live your best life — hanging from a tree, chillin' like a villain, no cares in the world except for snacks, naps, and snuggles.

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    Get it from Simons for $75.

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