Here at LifeSavvy, our goal is to optimize your life in all of its intricacies. From nailing the dress code at an upcoming wedding to hosting the perfect happy hour, we’re here to make sure your life is lived to the fullest beyond that 9-5 job you hold down.
So what’s the purpose of LifeSavvy? To an extent, our name says it all. We’re the people you call when you’re looking to live your best life outside of your 9-5. No, we’re not doling out self-help, but what we are doing is helping you make the most of your free time. After all, many of us only spend 40 hours a week at work (even if it seems like more). That leaves 128 hours to do, well, anything.
From genius ways to host a dinner party to how to start gardening in your grand millennial phase, our team of expert writers is here to get you out of your post-work rut and into your new hobby. Our group has plenty of knowledge to do it. LifeSavvy’s team covers the home, travel, apparel, and food spaces with expertise—from a team member who owned their own small bakery to a traveler whose been to over 20 countries. Basically, we’re all here to add some extra oomph to your life when you’re off the clock.
Whether you’re looking to host a happy hour after leaving the office or want to finally pack the perfect carry-on bag for your next adventure, we’ve got just the thing for you.
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Our product and service recommendations at LifeSavvy are completely impartial, and we do not accept compensation, be it monetary or material, to cover a product or service. We do not accept guest posts, promotional posts, or requests from outside parties to produce paid content. While the products we review are sometimes supplied by their respective companies, we are not compensated for our reviews in any fashion.
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