12 No-Brainer Products That Will Make Your Life Easier
These home tech products relieve stress in ways you'd never anticipate.
When we get busy and tired, it’s the little annoyances that can put us over the edge. Whether it's the cable you can’t quite reach under your bed or the pair of tangled headphones in your pocket, these things can feel like the last straw when you’ve hit the eleventh hour. And even when you’re sailing on good vibes, we all know that nothing kills a high like a fussy electronic.
Luckily, we've discovered a handful of gadgets that can help relieve stress in ways you'd never anticipate — allowing you to make the most of your limited energy and focus. Here are a few of our favorites from Walmart to make your life just a little bit easier.
Why wait until you’re seated to charge your phone? With this top-rated solar power bank, you can give your devices some juice on your walk to the train or on your bike ride home — all for just $20. Leave it in the sun while you’re working and you’ll never have to regret forgetting to charge your battery again.
If earplugs aren’t your thing, try this relaxing sound machine for deeper relaxation, concentration, and sleep. This electronic alternative to traditional motored machines reproduces a variety of sounds — brown, pink, pure white noise, fan sounds, and ocean sounds — through a high-fidelity speaker.
For those who don’t have time to make an elaborate meal after work, but can throw some ingredients into a pot, pressure cookers are a lifesaver. This one from Ninja is practically magical, with crisping and air-frying settings that augment its standard function.
Cleaning your floors just got so much more high-tech. This powerful, compact, and cordless wet/dry vacuum tackles vacuuming and mopping all at once. Tineco’s Smart Sensor Technology adjusts water flow and suction power to each unique mess and self-cleans once you return it to its base.
This smart toothbrush by Oral-B uses 3D technology and AI to help you achieve healthier teeth and gums. An interactive color display will turn red when you’re applying too much pressure and give you an overall rating at the end of your brushing session.
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