Follow the herd mentality and save money at jasmere.com. The website features a discounted product each day from a lesser-known but high-quality vendor; the more people who commit to buying the product, the greater the discount. (Your credit card is not charged until the sale is over, so you’re always guaranteed the best price.)
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If you’re hitting the road with (your dog) Jack this summer, make sure to equip your car with the Sure Fit Auto Friends Car Hammock. The machine-washable mat (complete with a waterproof lining) secures to your car’s headrests, protecting your back seat while your pet comfortably stays put.
Thanks to the Smithsonian’s first-ever mobile phone application, you don’t need to actually visit the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden in Washington, D.C., to see the powerhouse retrospective “Yves Klein: With the Void, Full Powers.” Instead, download the easy-to-navigate app and view a selection of the artist’s works, along with commentary. If you do check out the exhibit in person, the app has museum maps so you’ll always know your place.
Paper place cards are a nice finishing touch to a dinner-party table, but use them once and you’re done. A better option: these adorable, laminated place cards. Each set of 10 comes with a dry-erase marker.
Refuel all of your electronic gadgets in the new, sleek Idapt i4. Pick your charging tips (it’s compatible with more than 4,000 devices), and then hook up your phone, iPod, camera, and even GPS so you’ll never be faced with a dead battery again.
If you’ve been hesitant to try yoga because you’re intimidated by all those poses—or just not that into the “Om” thing—then pick up The No Om Zone, by Kimberly Fowler. The fitness expert breaks down the different yoga styles and the best poses for specific body parts—no chanting required.