14 Life-Changing Products For Lazy People


There's a reason why laziness is so hard to get over — it's great! It's so much nicer to lay in a comfy bed than get up and do work. But, you can't spend your life in bed and we all could use some life-changing products for lazy people to help us get up and move.

As great as occasional laziness can feel — being lazy all the time is problematic. So, if you're finding yourself a bit of a couch potato, there are some things that can help you be more productive. Though you might not enjoy the thought of cooking dinner, you'll love the feeling of dropping a bunch of stuff in a pot and leaving it alone. And you can do that without giving up your laziness completely.

The list is full of products to organize your life and save time on some of the tasks you hate. That way, you can become the "gets sh*t done" girl instead of the "I'll do it later" lady.

When you make a habit of getting out of bed, cleaning your apartment, and cooking, you'll feel really accomplished. It may not be as fun as wearing pajamas all day for a Netflix binge, but you'll feel better having your sh*t together. And you can still have a solid Netflix session every once in a while. It would be a shame to give up all laziness completely.

A Planner That Has Everything You Need

Get Sh*T Done!: To Do Notepad, Planner & Journal, $7, Amazon

Never underestimate the power of a good planner. Get Sh*t Done! helps you organize you life in a clear and easy way. You have a place for your to do lists, a daily schedule, and extra space for any notes or thoughts. The design is super simple and gets you excited to start getting sh*t done.

A Robot Vacuum To Clean The House For You

INLIFE Robot Vacuum Cleaner, $180, Amazon

Cleaning the floors is one of the more annoying chores out there. So don't do it! This robot vacuum will clean your floors and you won't have to do a thing. It sweeps and mops, recharges itself automatically, and can get under beds and couches for a thorough cleaning. You'll have spotless floors with zero effort — which is obviously the absolute best way to clean.

A Power Scrubber For Your Bathroom

Quickie Tub N' Tile Power Scrubber, $46, Amazon

Scum builds up fast in the bathroom and sometimes plain elbow grease won't cut it. Instead, you can use this power scrubber. A bathtub that would have taken an hour to clean now takes about five minutes. The rotating head goes deep on grout and everything else that's hard to clean in the shower. With a long handle, it can get into every corner and the rechargeable battery means you'll never have to run to the drugstore for AAs.

An Exercise Bike For Your Desk

DeskCycle Desk Exercise Bike, $160, Amazon

Every day there's a new study about how terrible it is to sit at a desk all day. So, to keep your heart rate up at work, try this desk exercise bike. The pedals are as low enough that you can comfortably cycle at your work desk or even while you’re sitting on the couch. There's eight resistance settings to customize your at-work workout and the bike stays quiet so it won't bother your cubicle mates.

An Incredible Pot That Cooks It All

Instant Pot 6-in-1 Multi-Use Pressure Cooker, $80, Amazon

In five years, every kitchen will have an Instant Pot. Instead of dealing with a pressure cooker or a million dishes, this pot lets you program it and go about your day. In about an hour, you'll have a fully cooked meal. You can basically throw your slow cooker in the trash because the Instant Pot does it — it sautés, steams, and keep food warm. Soon, they'll probably figure out a way to grill steaks with an Instant Pot and it will replace all your kitchen appliances.

An Alarm Clock That Makes You Get Up

Instecho Rug Alarm Clock, $60, Amazon

If the morning is always the worst for you, you might need the tough love of this alarm clock. It looks like an ordinary, super comfortable rug that sits by the side of your bed. But in the morning, it becomes a very loud alarm clock that will only go off when you stand on the rug. Sure, you could just fall back into bed, but usually once you're up, it's easy to stay awake and start your day. You can even customize the alarm sounds by connecting the USB to your computer.

A Tool For Fast, Perfectly Folded Clothes

BoxLegend Clothes Folder, $22, Amazon

If I want my clothes folded nicely, it takes forever. So, forget that! This folder folds your clothes perfectly in about five seconds. In less time than it takes to lazily throw your clothes in a drawer, you could have a closet that looks straight out of Martha Stewart's bedroom. Then, the board itself folds up for easy storage.

A Holder To Make Your Hair Dryer Hands Free

Hand Free Hair Dryer Holder, $22, Amazon

My arms get tired about one minute into blow drying my hair. So, instead of hitting the gym so I can dry my hair properly, I could get this hair dryer holder. It mounts on any wall with four easy screws and holds your hair dryer in place for you. It'll secure any model you have, and it'll keep your hands free for your hair styling needs.

Clean The Floor With Your Feet

Slipper Genie Microfiber Slippers for Floor Cleaning, $11, Amazon

You're going to walk around your apartment anyway, so why not get some cleaning done at the same time? These slippers are comfortable enough to wear around the house and the microfiber cloth catches all the hair, dust, and dirt that's accumulated on the floor. Do some slides across the living room! It's not just for fun but for the good of a clean home.

A Natural Spray To Replace Your Iron

Cold Iron Wrinkle Release Spray, $15, Amazon

Ironing a tee shirt always seems like too much work, but that doesn't mean those casual clothes don't get wrinkled. Instead of busting out the ironing board, use this unscented wrinkle release spray. Spritz the plant based spray on your shirt, smooth it out with your hand, and watch the wrinkles disappear. It won't leave any scents or residue on your clothes, but you will be wrinkle-free with no heat required.

A Cold Brew Coffee Maker You Can Take With You

EZE Homegoods Cold Brew Iced Coffee Maker Travel Bottle, $14, Amazon

You can have cold brew coffee ready to go first thing in the morning and carry it with you all day! This cold brew iced coffee maker brews the coffee right into a 28 oz travel bottle. All you have to do is put some grounds and water in the maker the night before, then in the morning it's 100 percent ready to go. That's way faster than running to Starbucks and a lot cheaper, too.

A Little Chopper And Blender To Speed Up Meal Prep

Gourmia Twin Vegetable Chopper & Blender, $11, Amazon

Breaking out a huge food processor is a pain and you usually don't need to chop enough vegetables to feed a large village all at once. Instead, this vegetable chopper and blender has two small containers, so you can dice just what you need for dinner. If you have flavors that shouldn't mix, the separate containers keep the ingredients from combining. The best part is it chops everything up by pulling a handle like you're starting a lawnmower. You pull the handle a couple of times and everything is chopped and ready to go.

Makeup Removal Cloths That Don't Need Soap

Flawless Face Art Makeup Remover Magic Cloth Duo, $11 (2 Pack), Amazon

Sadly, I've been too lazy to take my makeup off before bed more than once. With these makeup remover cloths, you don't have an excuse. Just wet the cloth and your makeup will wash away. You don't need any cleanser or soap, the cloths just need water to work. These removers are completely washable and reusable and you won't dry out your face with any harsh chemicals or questionable products.

An Innovative Stamp For Instant Eyebrows

i-Envy by Kiss Brow Stamp for Perfect Eyebrows, $13, Amazon

Brows are maybe the hardest part of a makeup routine. Even after getting them just right, one wrong move of the pencil and it's all over. This eyebrow stamp eliminates all of that. You put your powder on the stencil, stamp them on, then walk out the door. There's no mess and you know your brows will be the same every time in seconds.

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