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Whether you love a latte or enjoy sipping a dark roast, these essentials will have you enjoying your favorite kind of coffee from the comfort of your home. Pick up a Keurig to cut down on your daily coffee shop expense, or invest in a few of the pieces below to create the ultimate coffee station in your kitchen.
If your junk drawer is overflowing with collected odds and ends and your kitchen drawers are a jumble of every cooking gadget you've ever owned, it's time for a mini makeover. Just think how much time and frustration you'll save searching for that missing pair of scissors or spatula if you transform all of the cluttered drawers in your home into organized storage spaces. And making the change is easier than you think. The first step: investing in a drawer organizer or two that will help keep everything in its place. From dividers that separate spoons from forks, to a tray designed just for stashing jewelry, these clever drawer organizers will help sort out even in the most chaotic drawers in your home.
When it comes to New Year's resolutions, many of us vow to start fresh with healthier eating habits, but it's often easier said than done. That's why we rounded up kitchen gadgets to help seamlessly integrate clean eating into your routine. From a Breville juicer to a handheld spiralizer, these kitchen essentials are total game changers—and they're so fun to use!
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