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A Cup Holder For Klutzes

As a thirsty person, I need a beverage, sometimes several, near me at all times. As a klutz, I am prone to knocking over any drink that crosses my path. This becomes a serious issue whenever there are technological gadgets or important papers in my midst, which is the case every Monday through Friday while I’m at work. This Drinkclip Portable Cupholder should solve all my problems. I can clip it on the edge of my desk and it will keep my my various drinks at a safe distance from my elbows, yet still close enough that I don’t actually have to move from my seat to take a sip. Ah, the comforts of modern life. [$20, Outblush]

A Card By Any Other Name Would Not Smell As Sweet

DIY: Framed Vases
A cute and clever way to show off spring stems. Read More »

Paperse just made gift-giving a whole lot easier. This thick, paper card transforms into a pretty, little vase. Just write your personalized message, fold along the lines and put flowers in the vinyl tube, which fits inside to keep buds fresh. The only thing Paperse doesn’t provide are the flowers and the words. But you can come up with those on your own, Romeo. You’re not that lazy, are you? Even if you are, Juliet will never know when she receives such a thoughtful gift. [$6, Cauca]

The Final Frontier In Bath Accessories

Bathe Like A Rock Star
Amelia shows you how. Read More »

Those who know me best — or those who read The Frisky with any regularity — know that I love bath time. I am always looking to take my bubble-filled soaks up a notch, which is why I gasped with excitement when I came across this Spa Bath Planetarium gizmo. It’s like these geniuses knew that second only to my love of baths is my love of space and they created this with me in mind! But for those of you who are not into stargazing (weirdos), there are two other settings — a pretty rose glow and a “bottom of the sea” effect. Whatever, I’m sure they’re lovely, but I’m only interested in going where no one has gone before — especially in a bathtub. [$123.75, GeekStuff4U]

Hold Your Bananas’ Freshness Hostage

I am one of those people who likes my bananas without brown spots. The most annoying things about my favorite fruit is how quickly they ripen (and how they make everything in their general vicinity smell like banana). And, as you may remember from the Chiquita Banana song, bananas like the climate of the very, very tropical equator, so you should never put bananas in the refrigerator. The Banana Bag is the kitchen appliance Chiquita always dreamed of. The sunny, yellow bag provides the exact amount of insulation and air to keep your bunch from over-ripening, while keeping the skin warm enough to prevent those brown spots. The Banana Bag will keep your fruit fresh and cereal-ready for at least two weeks. [$12.99, Amazon]

Properly Portion Your Pasta

Single Gal Recipes
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Dinner for one? Here's our best random single gal recipes! Read More »
Bitchin' In The Kitchen
All the Frisky's recipes and tips for Bitchin' in the Kitchen. Read More »

In my house, however much pasta you make, you must eat! (This, I believe, is the unofficial slogan of Italy.) But because I never correctly estimate a proper portion of noodles (particularly long ones like spaghetti, fettuccine, etc.), and always air on the side of more, I end up eating a lot more than I really originally intended. That’s why this “I Could Eat A Horse” pasta measuring tool, which portions out child, adult, and family-sized amounts of dried pasta, is so genius. I’ll never end up eating a family-sized portion of pasta again. Unless I want to, that is. [$16.90, Reykjavik Corner Store]

5 Cleaning Tips For People Who Hate Cleaning

Be More Productive!
Here are nine surefire ways to make 2012 your most productive year yet! Read More »

As I’ve mentioned before, I’m a slob. Cleaning is one of my least favorite activities in the world, and I get the urge to tidy up about as often as I get the urge to, oh, I don’t know, relive middle school. But over the course of the last year I’ve made a dedicated effort to get better at it, and slowly but surely, I’ve become a fairly consistent doer of chores. If you’re not naturally prone to neatness, you know how tough it can be to put away the dishes or pick up a duster. To help you out, here are five tips, tricks, and strategies that have helped me tackle that terrible, awful job called cleaning the house… Keep reading »

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