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The best thing about these healthy peanut butter topped apple oatmeal bars from @kizedwards_ is that you’ll have enough leftovers for breakfast or snacks throughout the week. Just hide them from any hungry roommates or family members.

TikTok creator @bottegazerowaste uses a soap bar instead of washing up liquid in a plastic jar. One bar lasts longer than a traditional dish soap, so you’ll save money too.

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I stole my dad's old GoPro Hero 5 Session ($699)that he wasn't using, and it's been a great gadget to have during Year 2 of the pandemic. I largely swapped bars and restaurants for outdoorsy California activities because of business closures and safety concerns. That's made for some good Rishi's-eye-view movies of fun backpacking, camping and kayaking trips. GoPro has newer models on its website, too, but I've loved this version. — Rishi Iyengar, tech writer

This healthy take on Snickers from @johngs uses dates, crunchy peanut butter, and roasted peanuts for filling. Then he coats the bars with melted dark chocolate and sprinkles with sea salt for a vegan candy bar made from just five ingredients.

If you need a grab-and-go option for hectic mornings, try making these healthy 4-ingredient chocolate peanut butter bars from dietician @alyssafontainerd. They’re packed with fruit and fiber to keep you energized until lunch.

If you have dated opening between your kitchen and living room, you can attach your own bar top for some extra seating and eating space like @emilyrayna. You’ll just need to uninstall and patch the holes in drilled into the wall when you move.

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