Don’t be a pill.
The Vitality Line
What: Taking pills can make you feel like one. This new collection of cases, organizers, and more ($9-$30) has a streamlined look that is anything but stressful.
Why: The Grande Carafe smartly combines a water bottle with a compartmented top for storing vitamins.
Where: Online at sabi.com.
What: Canning jars repurposed as travel mugs? Yes, when you have recyclable, dishwasher-safe, and BPA-free sippie tops ($8) that screw on tightly and don’t leak.
Why: It’s the Mona Lisa of reusable coffee cups.
Where: Online at cuppow.com.
Native Union Play
What: A magnetized video memo pad ($60) so you can leave notes for others (“Do the dishes” or, preferably, “I love you”).
Why: Passive-aggressive roommate status be damned. At least you’re modern.
Where: Online at nativeunion.com.
Yellow Owl Workshop Stamp Kit
What: Go back a couple of centuries and create your own crest (okay, stamp) with this kit ($40). A linoleum cutter, six blades, and rubber carving block let you make your mark.
Why: Besides basic tools, the hand-printed gift box comes with a stamp pad (good on fabric and paper), cards, envelopes, gift tags, and an autographed copy of Print Workshop.
Where: Online at yellowowlworkshop.com.
Arch Nail Oil
What: We’ve already gone heel-first for Dr. Krista Archer’s foot cream, and now she has a magic oil ($30) for cracked, dry nails.
Why: The naturally derived ingredients (coconut and tea tree oil, shea butter) protect between mani/pedis.
Where: Online at drkristaarcher.com.
Photo: Courtesy of Sabi