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The Kisha Bluetooth umbrella tells you if it’s going to rain and where it is if you lose it (£49.99, thefowndry.com).
According to the legendary Liz Earle, rub sage on your glands if you’ve got a sore throat (99p, natoora.co.uk).
Sleep on a Gingerlily silk pillow case and save on styling time by reducing hair-ruining friction (from £39, gingerlily.co.uk).
Create bird seed balls from cheese and porridge oats and place in this bird feeder (£18, uniquelyeclectic.co.uk).
One size up
Blessed with a fuller bust? Then buy your plain T-shirts from Gap’s men’s section (£8.95, gap.co.uk).
Use a pea-sized amount of Rituals Happy Hands as an emergency hair serum to banish flyaways (£8.50, uk.rituals.com).
Take jeans to Donna Ida and from £15, they’ll distress them or make them maternity wear (£165, donnaida.com).
Speaking in public? Wear Clarins’ Joli Rouge to help the audience lip read you while you talk (£19.50, clarins.co.uk).
Fresh and wild
To keep flowers looking fresh, add a drop of vodka and a teaspoon of white sugar (£60, wildabout.co.uk).
Use hair straighteners to keep the collar crisp on this Bob by Dawn O’Porter dress (£190, bobbydop.com).
Let Helmies nail helmets protect your manicure while it dries so you can get on with your day (£8, thisisbeautymart.com).
DHC’s cotton swabs come pre-dipped to quickly fix make-up mistakes (£5.50, feelunique.com).
Wash and go
Avenue 32’s Roberta Benteler suggests using shampoo to wash your Yakshi Malhotra hat (£155, avenue32.com).
Putting up a picture? Hold the nail with a clothes peg to avoid hammering your fingers (£3 for 36, ocado.com).
The final straw
Use Sous Chef’s extra wide bubble tea straws to core your strawberries in seconds (95p for 20, souschef.co.uk).
It’s a wrap
Vintage-looking string makes humble brown paper wrapping look chic (£4.50, katieleamon.com).
Remove burning chilli from your hands by rubbing them with oil and salt (Macadamia Oil, £6.99, mokhado.com).
Place a dry towel into a dryer with wet laundry to help it dry quicker (towels by Hay, from £9, amara.com).
Fix rolled-up sleeves in place with elastic hairbands (Carine Roitfeld X Uniqlo- £89.90, matchesfashion.com).
Cheers to that
The Coravin 1000 lets you drink wine by the glass without pulling the cork. Witchcraft! (£269, coravin.co.uk)
Penclic’s mini keyboard changes your posture and reduces the chance of repetitive strain injury (£54.98, posturite.co.uk).
Hold Elf’s genius shadow shield along the lashline for smudge-free mascara (£4.50, eyeslipsface.co.uk).
Roll with it
To avoid crying while chopping onions, place a piece of bread under your tongue (petit pain, 40p, waitrose.com).
This Max Mara coat has detachable sleeves and a foldaway bag for all weather conditions (£530, gb.maxmara.com).
Skip the night cream by cleansing with Sunday Riley’s deeply hydrating Blue Moon balm (£46, uk.spacenk.com).
Fendi’s new standalone strap can be attached to any bag for instant Italian design kudos (£750, fendi.com).
Get your life back with the new Punkt phone that only makes calls and texts (£229, scp.co.uk).
Forget me not
Never lose your keys again with this super-magnetic wooden target board (£40, panik-design.com).