RoboTwist has saved my arthritic hands from the struggles of opening tight jar lids. I no longer have to ask anyone for help opening jars.
The older I get, the more practical I am. So here are 5 inexpensive gift ideas for older adults that might help make everyday life a little easier.
The Swing A Way Jar Opener is not the only tool in my jar opening tool box, but it’s the one tool I have that answers the question of how to open a pickle jar.
The fumes from chopping onions never bothered me for most of my life. But as I got older I developed a condition called Dry Eye. Now, chopping onions causes my eyes to water, sting, and burn. Then I discovered the Onion Goggles.
Yard work gets more challenging the older I get. So I’ve hung up my rake in exchange for a Hand-Push Lawn Sweeper.
With hand and finger pain even simple tasks can cause frustration. Fastening watch bands is a case in point. When I received a Fitbit Charge 3 I thought I would have to struggle with traditional watch band buckles. But not so! It turns out there are easy to fasten Fitbit bands available. I found these lightweight…
I recently wondered which of my kitchen gadgets would be the easiest way to make cauliflower rice. And the answer might surprise you.
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?
The older I get, the more sitting I seem to do. And my old chairs could use an upgrade because their stuffing has been flat for a while. How to make chairs more comfortable for us? We don’t get out as much as we used to, especially to go chair shopping. So I looked online…
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.