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Cinema Light Box 

When you were in college, you coveted the light up signs that were at the shitty bars you used to frequent. And even after you grew up and realized that a self-respecting 30-year-old can't have a Bud Light Lime sign hanging in her apartment, your magpie self never quite grew out of liking bright lights.  Enter the Cinema Light Box ($50, Huckberry), a mature way to inject a little light-up action in your home. It comes with 100 letters, numbers, and characters so you can switch out the messaging to your heart's content, and—unlike similar lightboxes and signs—it runs on batteries, so you don't have to hide an unsightly cord when you mount it on the wall. 

Me & You Pencils 

There are certain things that just go together.  Bread and butter, milk and cookies, alcohol and bad decisions—the list goes on.  So when you're getting married and you're SURE that you've found the perfect complement to you (the mac to your cheese, if you will), these Me & You Pencils ($70 for 70, Knot & Bow) are the perfect favor for your bridal shower or your wedding itself.  Adorable and useful, that's a wedding favor we can get behind.   


A Bit of Handsome Essentials Gift Box 

Father's Day is just around the corner and if you're at a loss on what to get for your husband that's "from the kids," allow us to recommend this A Bit of Handsome Essentials Gift Box ($50, Simone LeBlanc).  Stuffed with some high-end essentials like notebooks, playing cards, and beer-flavored chocolate, this is perfect for the man you married who got exceedingly more handsome the minute you saw him crying in the hospital room as you gave birth, and even more handsome every time you see him carting around your diaper bag or pushing a stroller with your kid inside it. Who says babies kill romance? 


Saent Button

You constantly read a billion articles about how you can a.) be more productive, b.) make the most of the time you have, and c.) develop a better work/life balance.  But when it comes down to it, there are just too many distractions.  You sit down at your desk and work with a big mug of coffee and think, "I am totally going to be focused and finally get this thing done."  

But then your fingers mindlessly type or into your browser.  Then you lose 15 minutes looking at pictures from somebody-you-don't-even-know's baby shower.  Or, you get a notification that someone emailed your personal Gmail and you go look at that, because that's more fun than work email.  This is how you end up never feeling like you've gotten anything accomplished, so you seek out productivity articles and feel like shit about yourself, wash and repeat to infinity and beyond.  

There's a better way.  With the Saent Button ($59), you have a physical button you can place on your desk that you can hit whenever you want to have an uninterrupted work session.  You set up whatever "banned" sites or applications you want to stop yourself from using, and set how long they'll be blocked for.  You can have intensive, power work sessions throughout the day and end up feeling more and more accomplished. Look at you!  You're a bona fide responsibility champion.      


[GIFTED] Grid Foam Rollers

No pain, no gain is a often-repeated axiom in the fitness world and your gym rat friend is someone who believes in it whole-heartedly. You roll over at 10am on Saturday, check Instagram, and see that he's already posted about his early morning workout (either a picture of his feet outside or a selfie in the gym mirror). You check Facebook that night and you see that he's posted 13 fitness-related memes throughout the day that are a mix of encouragement, braggadociousness, and judgement. See enough of them and you HOPE he's in pain.

Whatever, whatever, whatever, though. GOOD FOR HIM. If he's working out constantly, he's likely going to be sore a lot of the time, and that's why he swears by foam rollers to help get the kinks out. These Grid Foam Rollers ($65, Trigger Point) are supposed to be the best foam rollers out there, looking less like a pool noodle and more like a genuine piece of workout equipment. The 3D surface is designed to replicate the feeling of a massage therapist's hands, which is good, because massage therapist's hands are expensive.