How to make your Life Easier

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We’ve all asked if there are any ways of making life more streamlined and reducing stress; thankfully there are many manufacturers, scientists and companies asking the same questions. Here are some of the best solutions for a more harmonious existence.
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New Parents

The parenting industry is a multi-billion pound industry, catering for millions of anxious mums and dads.

Britain’s biggest baby show in London’s Olympia recently offered sleep-deprived parents a helping hand with some brilliant new products.

They included a buggy that transforms into a high chair created by iCandy, scissors for cutting up baby food, and a wristband that enables you to track your child’s movement on an iPhone app. 

Other items that can reduce problems include a non-spill training cup for toddlers, an automatic LED night light, and a luxury baby swing that simulates ‘car journey’ – a Godsend for parents who have to take little one on a midnight excursion to snooze.
George Foreman grills are still going strong for healthy eaters
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George Foreman grills are still going strong for healthy eaters

Food Preparation

British people throw away 12.5bn tonnes of perfectly good food a year when it falls out of date, but with a little organisation you could save on money, time and waste.
 
Labelling food and placing it in compartments dependent on when it needs to be consumed will save money. Plan meals ahead, perhaps at the start of the week, to save money. A microwave steamer saves on the need to keep an eye on boiling pots, and saves time on washing up. George Foreman grills have been around for more than two decades but are still an efficient and healthy way of preparing meat, fruit, and even waffles (with an attachment).
 
Other quick fixes: Opinel implements have circular ‘finger guards’ for preventing accidents, a citrus spray will use up any limes or lemons lying in your cupboards with ease, and for the perfect egg? Click here.

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Work - Organisation

In the 21st century the traditional office workplace has changed in hundreds of different ways, and there are multiple ways of taking advantages such as working from home and setting up calendar alerts. But what about the cumulative little tasks that build up to sap energy and time?
 
Worry no longer. If you’ve ever lost notes or pieces of paper laden with important phone numbers and email addresses then purchasing an electrostatic desktop organiser, literally sticking paper, card and even CDs in place, could be the answer. 
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This mini projector might rescue your presentations

Work - Technology

If you’ve ever turned up for a presentation to find – shock horror – that the projector isn’t working, simply plug in a USB mini projector and start telling the world your plans. 

You can even buy a projector that connects with your iPhone or iPad, and if the screen needs a clean then use robot power in the form of this Tomy automatic screen cleaner from Japan, suitable for all tablets and smartphones.

A self-stirring mug will cut down on stress during the tea run, while a desktop USB powered cooler will save a trip to the fridge for your soft drinks.
 
And a final helping hand, for you and your desk plants, comes in the form of these digital moisture readers that trigger a flashing LED when the soil is dry.

The Handpresso can prepare perfect coffee on the go
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The Handpresso can prepare perfect coffee on the go

Work - Driving

The drive to work can be streamlined and smoothed in a number of ways.

This Road Angel Gem warns of upcoming speed cameras and accident blackspots.

And if you’ve darted out of the house in a rush without the chance to even grab a coffee, then a trusty Handpresso will prepare a hot brew for you while you drive –it’s non electrical and compatible with a huge range of coffee pods.
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