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Do you ever have trouble finding somewhere to resell that first edition, OG iPhone, or a place to do some meditation? How about figuring out an easier way to store your passwords, or compiling all of your online shopping information? If the answer to any of these is yes, congratulations… you’re human! (I know, I was nervous too). Well I’ve got good news …(pause for dramatic effect)… Our besties over at Unroll.Me have launched a weeklong program called “25/7” to help you simplify your day-to-day life. Over the course of these seven days, they’ll introduce you to seven companies that have made it their goal to make your life easier and clutter free. Don’t believe me? Read for yourself:

HomeJoy: Unless you live with Rosie the robot maid (don’t tell me you don’t remember the Jetsons!), your house probably needs a good cleaning. Who better to call than HomeJoy?

Dashlane: When it comes to security, military-grade sounds like a pretty good thing, right? Collect your passwords in one place and protect them with military-grade encryption.

Slice: Online shopping can become pretty annoying when you keep in mind all the emails, tracking numbers, dates and recalls. Wouldn’t it be cool if you could centralize all of that information? Yea, we thought so too.

Gazelle: They always say a car loses half its value as soon as it drives off the lot. Well, the same can be said for electronics. Get the most value for your resell with Gazelle.

HeadSpace: Want to lower your stress and improve your focus? So do millions of other people. Find your happy place with Headspace (you can’t teach rhymes like that).

Instacart: The last thing you want to do after a long day is remember you have to go grocery shopping for dinner. Good news! You can now do it from your computer! Isn’t technology great?

Yelp: You know what happens on YELP, everyone does. But do you know what’s happening in your very own city? Didn’t think so.

Unroll.Me: Remember how much fun you used to have clearing out your inbox every day? Yea, me neither. With Unroll.Me, the hard work is done for you. All you have to do is sign up. Simple? We think so too.

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