These Products Make Living Alone So Much Better
Some people love living in a big house with lots of people, while others prefer living alone. It brings peace of mind, and honestly, you can just do whatever you want.
Sure, it might get lonely, but there are plenty of ways to fill that void. If you’re someone who lives alone, here are some items to own that will help your experience!
For Your Coffee Fix
Keurig machines changed the world when they were first released. Now, they have a mini version that’s perfect for any kitchen.
These are especially great if you live in a small studio, and are super easy to use so they pay for themselves in no time!
Getting That Zipper Up
This one is more so for the women who live alone because there’s nothing more frustrating than having to figure out how to slip these dresses on.
A zipper puller is a huge help when you don’t have someone to pull it up for you.
All-In-One Wine Doodad
There’s nothing wrong with drinking alone. If you’re into wine, grab one of these 5-in-1 corkers so you don’t waste a single drop.
This little doodad stops, pours, filters, and re-corks your favorite wine on the nights where you decide to take it easy.
A Very Helpful Jar Opening Device
Have you ever had to put a jar of pickles back in the fridge because you couldn’t open it?
Leave those days in the past with one of these jar openers that can be installed right under the cabinet. Since you’re the only one at home, you’ll need the help.
The Fake Hiding Rock
Leaving your key under the mat is so two decades ago. Instead, why don’t you get a little creative with these hiding rocks for around your house?
No one will be able to tell if that’s a real rock or not, making it a perfect spot to hide that extra key to get into your place.
Keep Your Bread Fresh
This is what you call a foldable break box. Bread is a staple in many homes, so keep it fresh!
One of these boxes will help preserve your bread longer than you can imagine, which is perfect when you’re eating for one.
Keep The Dog Happy
Getting a dog is an excellent idea if you live alone and work from home.
Securing an automatic food dispenser for your pup will keep them happy until the end of time.
Please, Get A Drain Protector
No one likes unclogging their drain when the water starts filling to the top of the porcelain bowl.
If you have a drain protector, you can quickly and easily clear out that blockage without having to scoop out a single hair.
A Nylon Pasta Fork Utensil
Living alone means you’re probably going to make a lot of pasta (since it’s simple and tasty).
Grab one of these pasta forks. It perfectly measures out a single serving in the center, so you don’t make more food than you need.
Keep A Body Pillow Around
When you don’t have someone to snuggle with, your body misses that weight pressing up against it.
Snag a body pillow to wrap yourself around to get a bit more comfortable when you’re in bed.
Meal Prep Containers
You’re probably not going to eat out every day unless you have tons of cash.
That’s why you should invest in meal prep containers. Get your cooking skill right and prepare all your meals in advance so you have more time for yourself.
Find A Bedside Caddy
People spend more time in bed than they’d like to admit. It’s time to find you a bedside caddy.
You can put whatever will fit in it, including your water bottle.
Cooking With Ease
George Foreman Grills are old school, but still very efficient. You can cook pretty much anything with them.
They’re easy to clean when you’re done, and don’t take up too much time, which is perfect if you’re living in a single apartment.
A Smart TV Goes A Long Way
A smart TV has everything you need for your viewing pleasure. Pretty much every television comes with this option now, and it’s made a huge change in our viewing habits.
Stop paying for cable and continue using your sibling’s Netflix account.
Wall Shelf And Mail Holder
This is a one-stop wall shelf. You can keep all the things you need before leaving the house on one of these.
By keeping everything in one place, you’ll have no excuse when it comes to misplacing things around the house.
Smart Speakers For The Win
Whether it’s Alexa or a Google Home (pictured), you’re going to want a smart device for your home.
It’ll answer your questions, play your tunes, and whatever else you have in mind.
The Very Important Foldable Step Stool
Unless you’re tall enough to be a professional athlete, having a foldable step stool will always be helpful.
You never know when you might need that extra boost around the house.
Smart Bulbs Are Underrated
If you’re clever and already have a smart home device (Alexa or Google), you might as well grab a smart bulb.
You can set timers on it so you’ll never forget to turn off the lights. You also won’t have to get out of bed to turn them off either.
What’s That Smell?
Do you want your place smelling fresh? Figure out which scent you want to smell when roaming your home and find it in the form of a wall plugin.
These smell so good, it’ll feel like the first time walking into whatever room you stick them in every time.
Just Journal It
Keeping a journal handy is very smart. You can write your ideas, goals, and track your improvements by consistently filling it out.
Living alone means you won’t readily have anyone to talk with, so journal your brilliant ideas instead.