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1.Invest in a sturdy commuter backpack you can take from the gym to the office to the airport. It has plenty of compartments for all your essentials, and you won't shed a tear if it gets a little scuffed up.
2.Zap itchy bug bites with a suction tool that literally removes insect venom, saliva, and other irritants left under the skin, so you don't scratch up your arms and legs like when you were a kiddo. But the real question is, why are mosquitos still alive in September???
3.Save on paper towels (and save the planet) with reusable, lint-free bamboo towels. When they get dirty, just toss them in the washer and they'll be ready to go again — one roll can replace up to six months of paper towels!
4.If you've delayed a deep clean since spring (or maybe even *last* fall), attach these nylon brush heads to your power drill for an easy way to restore the shower to its original color. No need to scrub until your arm is about to fall off — this kit will do all the hard work for you.
5.Soothe and moisturize your face with organic, cold-pressed rosehip oil. Reviewers of all skin types (including oily skin!) swear by this simple but effective product for a glowing complexion.
6.Stop incurring the wrath of your roommates by applying clear bumpers on the cabinet doors and kitchen drawers. Now you can have your midnight bowl of cereal without waking the entire house.
7.Protect your eardrums at concerts with high-fidelity earplugs — you'll still be able to jam out but you won't suffer from ringing ears afterward. Now that's rock and roll!
8.Prevent your charger cord from reaching its breaking point with a flexible cable saver. Think of the $$$ you'll save from not having to buy a new charger!
9.Make laundry day a little less tedious and a little more adorable with puffer fish dryer buddies that help to control static and shorten drying time. These are proof that you can excel at adulting and still indulge your inner kid!
10.Battle jet lag with all-natural chewable tablets designed to alleviate the mental and physical fatigue that result from long flights. Frequent fliers say they actually notice a big difference in energy levels after taking these.
11.Become the organized person you've always dreamed of becoming with foldable drawer dividers that'll give each category of undergarment their very own section.
12.Streamline your pockets with a stretchy phone wallet that can fit cards, cash, and even your earbuds. You'll only need to carry one thing when you're out jogging or running errands.
13.As the weather gets colder and dryer, treat your dehydrated locks to a nourishing hair mask. It's formulated with olive, meadowfoam, and sweet almond extracts for restoring shine to extra-dry, damaged, over-processed, and color-treated strands. You got 99 problems but dull hair won't be one!
14.Never show up to work in wrinkled clothes again by using a handheld garment steamer to straighten out crumpled blouses. The best part? It'll only take a few minutes and you won't need an ironing board.
15.Boost the comfort level and sound quality of your AirPods with silicone in-ear tips. They'll be way less likely to fall out and you'll even enjoy a bit of noise isolation.
16.Throw loose change, candy wrappers, or used issues into a mini trash can that fits into you car's cup holder. The front seat area will look so much tidier!
17.Break out of your workout slump with fitness flash cards you can mix and match for endless combinations. They're waterproof for sweaty hands and easy enough to follow for beginners. Brb, getting these for myself!
18.Download Goodbudget — a personal finance app that translates the old-school cash envelope budgeting method into an accessible digital format.
19.Easily wean yourself off disposable plastic straws by carrying these collapsible stainless steel ones in your bag. They take up a minimal amount of space and even come with a silicone tip to protect your teeth and lips while drinking.
20.Pick up a copy of Where Cooking Begins — a helpful (and aesthetically pleasing) cookbook that'll not only provide delicious and manageable recipes, but will also help you become a better cook and make the most out of your ingredients. If you're ready to transition from college cooking to grown-up cooking, this is the book for you!
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