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Can you believe that it's almost 2022? Your New Year's resolutions might look a little different this year due to gyms and schools closing down across the country, but that doesn't mean you can't improve your life from home.
Food prices in Canada are going up which means that meal prepping isn't only going to help you eat healthier but it'll save you some money, too. These reusable containers on Amazon come in a pack of ten and have three separate compartments so your foods won't touch.
Another way to make the most out of your groceries is by using a food vacuum sealer that'll help you keep leftovers fresh and store meal prep for weeks in advance. It'll also save space in your freezer and you won't have to worry about any leaks or spills.
If your goal is to read more in 2022, then this waterproof Kindle e-reader can help reduce clutter on your bookshelf. It has two handy buttons to flip the pages, is gentle on the eyes with a paper-like screen, and features a warm light for nighttime reading.
Fitness goals don't only have to be accomplished at the gym and this at-home bike is a great way to add some cardio into your everyday routine. It has eight resistance settings and a display for speed, time and distance.
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If you plan on being more active in the new year, you can dress the part in stretchy workout clothes that will make working out easier and more enjoyable. This matching legging and sports bra set comes in 20 different colours and styles in sizes small to large.
Journalling is a great way to boost your mood and this guided journal from Indigo only takes five minutes to complete every day. It also includes a short intro to mindfulness and an affirmation quote for each day.
Getting organized is a goal that many of us try to stick to each year and these clear bins can help keep all of your things neat in your fridge, pantry, bathroom or anywhere else. You can get them in a pack of two, four, six or eight depending on how many you need in your home.
Looking to drink more water in 2022? This water bottle with a leakproof lid has a little indicator with dots that light up every time you refill it to help you keep track of your daily water intake.
It can feel nearly impossible to wake up early when you're in a dark room and this alarm clock will gently wake you up by simulating a sunrise. You can set multiple alarms for different days of the week, choose from multiple colours and sounds and even use it to wind down at night since it can also simulate a sunset.
If improving your poor posture is on the top of your list this year, then you can try this exercise ball chair instead of your regular office chair. It'll force you to sit up more straight and help you practice your balance throughout the day.
Having a smartwatch as a companion can really help you reach all of your fitness goals in 2022. This Fitbit keeps track of all of your health insights (like heart rate, exercise, sleep) and even helps you be more productive with Alexa voice assistant.
Have you always wanted to meditate but find it impossible to sit still? The Muse headband on Amazon can help you stay focused by translating your brain energy to a corresponding audio that you can meditate to. This genius device can also track your heart rate, movement and breath to help you stay calm during stressful moments.