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This affordable happy light could help you beat the winter blues

Short days, freezing temperatures, and holiday stress can leave anyone feeling more down. Whether you struggle with the more severe symptoms of seasonal affective disorder, or just have a common case of the winter blues, a happy light could help improve your mood, get better sleep, and have an easier time getting out of bed on cold mornings. This portable UV light is an affordable option with rave customer reviews. Read more

3 tips for an excellent self-massage

The holiday season can bring extra stress with interrupted routines, uncomfortable plane and car travel, and the added costs of gifts and food. If you’re feeling tense this time of year, treat yourself to a massage without breaking the bank. This Body Back Buddy self-massage tool can help you unwind for $30—a third of the price of a professional massage. Here are 3 tips for the most relaxing self-massage: Read more

Amazon shoppers are raving about this heated pet mat

Even with a built-in fur coat your pets are probably chilly in the winter. Rather than cranking up the heat all day while you’re at work treat your dog or cat to a heated pet mat that’s earning rave reviews on Amazon from pet parents. Read more

Amazon shoppers are raving about this heated pet mat

Even with a built-in fur coat your pets are probably chilly in the winter. Rather than cranking up the heat all day while you’re at work treat your dog or cat to a heated pet mat that’s earning rave reviews on Amazon from pet parents. Read more

This smart outlet will help you slash your electric bill

We’ve all been there—it’s three hours into a drive to see family over the holidays and we just can’t remember if we left the bedroom light or hair straightener on. Save yourself the giant electric bill or moment of panic with smart outlets. This Amazon Alexa and Google Home compatible outlet from Currant will help you monitor energy use, turn appliances on and off from outside your home, and schedule power to everything from humidifiers to Christmas lights. Read more

The ten cities with the most remote workers

Today, more than 7.9 million Americans work exclusively from home, which is up from 4.8 million in 2005. Read more