Picture it: your alarm goes off. It’s (insert wakeup time here) and you’ve got about 100 things to do before heading out the door or hopping into your first Zoom meeting of the day.
So little time (you’ve hit snooze, duh), but so much to get through. That’s why we’re bringing you things that’ll hack your morning routine. Shave a few minutes here...trim a few seconds there. You’re welcome.
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Very little time in the morning, much to do. But with this app, you’ll get a ton of timed workouts that only take seven minutes. The trick? They’re scientifically designed for you to get the most out of the allotted time. Feel the burn. (Free to download from the App Store)
Don’t lie – we’ve all forgotten once or twice. With this device, you can fill up five days worth of food in one shot. It’ll rotate at the same time every day (you program it), only exposing one portion of food a day. So your pupper can get his fix without waiting on you. ($44.95, Chewy)
Choose your preferred style (hard-boiled, poached, scrambled, or omelette) and set the timer. Then jump in the shower while your breakfast is cooking. The device will switch off when it’s all done. Eggcellent. ($17.87+, Amazon)
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Skimm'd by Alexandra Napoli, Jessica Kelly
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