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Wake up call You don't have to be a morning person to start the day off right. Here are 10 products that won't make you want to hit the snooze button.
- Waterbella Shower Head Start your morning with a little pampering, courtesy of a rain-style shower head ($10). It's the perfect way to ease into the day.
- SmartShaker 2 Waking up doesn't have to be an unpleasant experience. Slip this smartphone-controlled alarm clock under your pillow and control how you're woken up: by vibration, ringtone, or both ($29.99).
- Amazon Basics Bluetooth Speaker Studies have shown that listening to music can have a positive impact on your mood. This portable speaker is water-resistant, so you can belt out your favorite songs even in the shower ($14.99).
- Kiehl's Turmeric & Cranberry Seed Energizing Radiance Masque Walk into work looking energized. Rich in vitamins and antioxidants, this mask brightens and invigorates fatigued skin ($32).
- Meditation Studio App Meditation has been shown to boost happiness and productivity. This app ($3.99) offers more than 200 guided practices from 27 leading experts ($3.99).
- Aozora Coffee Press Enjoy the taste of a freshly brewed cup of coffee even on the go. All you need is four minutes and a mug of hot water for that daily jolt of java ($9.58).
- Craft Coffee Say goodbye to stale grocery store coffee with this subscription service ($9 to $12 for 12 ounces). Just days after they're roasted, you'll receive a bag of beans on a schedule of your choosing.
- Soylent Drink 2.0 They say breakfast is the most important meal of the day, and this nutrition drink makes it easy to get your morning fuel. Each 400-calorie bottle contains 20 percent of your daily nutritional requirements ($34 for 12 bottles).
- Nut Find 3 Smart Tracker Stop wasting time looking for lost keys. This little gadget, which stays attached to your keychain or wallet, works with your smartphone to locate misplaced items ($19.99).
10.The Productivity Project We all aspire to be more productive, but Chris Bailey spent a year figuring out how to do it. Play this on your morning commute to learn what the Productivity Project creator discovered after a year of research ($20.99).