We are always on the lookout for gadgets to make life easier. As we have gotten older, we have also found new uses for some older gadgets. Surprisingly, almost all of these gadgets were gifts from the kids.
Mincing ginger and garlic has become difficult for my aging hands. I used to think nothing of grabbing my knife to chop these flavorful powerhouses. But my painful hands have me rethinking how to mince ginger and garlic.
Need more light to see? As I get older I seem to need more light to see than I used to. And I’ve tried out several budget-friendly solutions for adding light. Finally I found a clip-on desk light in a gooseneck style that provides plenty of light and easily bends to my will.
Are coffee tables out of style? With all the talk of downsizing, decluttering, and minimizing, the trend seems clear.
Opening jars and bottles really puts stress on my weak hands. So when I noticed a multi opener on Amazon that came in a 3 pack, I grabbed it. The Multi Opener set includes a 6-in-1 Multi Opener, a 5-in-1 Multi Opener, and a 4-in-1 Jar Opener.
The other night our visiting kids asked us how to prepare for old age. I thought about our younger generation for some answers.
I recently wondered which of my kitchen gadgets would be the easiest way to make cauliflower rice. And the answer might surprise you.
A Pineapple Corer tool peels, slices, and cores pineapples with minimal use of a knife. We love fresh pineapple, but don’t love using large, sharp knives any more. Could a pineapple corer work better than a knife for older hands?
I find it difficult to easily slice sweet potatoes because of the arthritis in my hands. But I do miss my homemade sweet potato chips. I wondered … could my favorite new kitchen appliance, the Presto Professional Salad Shooter, slice sweet potatoes?
As long time Wii Fit users, we’ve been waiting for Nintendo to create a Switch Fit for us. Well they finally have, and it’s called Ring Fit Adventure.