6 Items to Simplify Your Life
Have you ever plunged into a bowl of salsa to come out with one measly tomato chunk on your chip? A ceramic bowl with a raised side guarantees that every chip that goes in for a dip comes out fully loaded.
To buy: $13, uncommongoods.com.
Some seeds just don’t appreciate being planted next to each other. Get the inside scoop on which veggies will grow happily ever after together with a handy backyard companion.
To buy: $17, anthropologie.com.
Yes, things may get sloppy when you eat that juicy watermelon, but it’s best to avoid a mess while slicing it. This nonstick serrated knife makes cutting into the oversized fruit a cinch.
To buy: $25, momastore.org.
A kitschy-shaped audio splitter lets you share your tunes with three people around you. Simply have them plug their headphones into the branch adapter and you’ll be rockin’ to the same beat.
To buy: $10, spoonsisters.com.
No time to cook, let alone try to hunt up the Tupperware with yesterday’s chicken parm? This airtight ceramic container has a chalkboard exterior that allows you to write (and change) what’s stored inside. Also available in small and large sizes.
To buy: $10, joannehudson.com.
Looking for a little assistance tackling your to-dos? Head here for affordable help. The site connects you with people willing to complete all kinds of tasks—design business cards, distribute flyers—for a mere $5 a job.
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