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Private Internet Access provides protection for remote workers

Private Internet Access provides protection for remote workers

TL;DR: A one-year subscription to Private Internet Access is on sale for £2.31 per month, saving you 71% on list price.


The sad reality is that cybercrime is on the rise at the moment, as scammers look to capitalise on the current situation. Online security has always been important, but it’s now more relevant than ever.

VPNs should be something to seriously consider during this time of uncertainty, as they offer high grade encryption to secure your data transmissions. This means that your data and identity remains safe and secure, even in the most insecure networks.

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Plants are a surefire way to liven up a drab home office. These are 20% off.

Plants are a surefire way to liven up a drab home office. These are 20% off.

TL;DR: Plants.com is offering 20% off select plants, taking blooms like rose plants and succulents down to under $30. Deliveries are contactless and will be left on your doorstep.


Indoor plants have been a source of comfort since way before any of us were stuck at home. But now that we actually are in isolation from most other living beings, plants are one thing you can invite over, hang out with, and take care of. It’s nice to feel needed.

If you can’t commit to adopting a pet during this time but still want company, becoming a plant parent is another way to feel like you have a bigger purposePlants.com is currently offering 20% off select plants including succulents and Bonsai trees.  Read more…

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Turn your WFH desk into art with this levitating lightbulb

Turn your WFH desk into art with this levitating lightbulb

TL;DR: The Flyte Magnus levitating lightbulb would be the coolest addition to your WFH space, and as of April 1, it’s on sale for $149 — a savings of $150.


People love showing off that WFH setup on Twitter when they already have a souped-up desk situation at home.

Other people hope that no one asks about their WFH setup because their desk is a sad, empty slab of furniture that has essentially gone untouched until three weeks ago.

Forget finding ways to simply make your home desk space more interesting — a levitating lightbulb will turn your desk into a whole ass art installation. No one else in your Slack channel will have that. Read more…

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