Top Amazon Finds for Remote Teaching

Amazon finds are always my most popular posts…and lucky for you all…I’m back with my top 10 items to help make remote teaching a little easier!!!

Fair warning…none of these are like “couldn’t teach without” type of finds; however, they all bring a smile to my face and make the time sitting in front of my screen a little better. And some are just fun…..and pink!

What makes your remote teaching days a little brighter?? Let me know so I can add it to my cart!

Adjustable Desk Shelf

We’re in the process of getting ready to move across the country (more on that later) and I have been eyeing this desk shelf FOREVER!! My current desk is too small, so I’m waiting and hoping to finally have a home office in our new house so I can buy this beauty to decorate with all my planner supplies! The best part?! It’s totally adjustable and you can reposition it into different ways! And less than $25!!

Mildliner Markers/Highlighters

My very favorite markers/highlighters!!

Wireless Earbuds

I don’t have an iPhone, so AirPods aren’t an option for me. I would be so jealous when I would see people on my Zoom calls, using their AirPods and drinking their coffee without getting tangled up in a cord…after my 9,000,000th time knocking something down with my headphone cord, I hopped on Amazon and found these for only $30! Worth every penny!!

Wireless Mouse

I always use a mouse with my Macbook and I bring it everywhere with me. Seriously, I would try to go without using one and my wrist would hurt at the end of the day! Yeah, I hear that sentence….I sound like I’m about 97 years old. Anyways, I found this beauty and it comes in other colors like gold, white, silver…love!

Computer Ring Light

I bought this for when I’m online at home for my grad school classes. My desk doesn’t have a lot of light around it and I thought this would help. It’s so easy…just pop it right on top of my screen and makes everything seem brighter, especially after a looong day at school.

Insulated Tumblers

These are cheaper than their name brand alternatives and hold your coffee just as well. It also holds wine after school hours. Just saying.

Coffee Warmer

For those of you that know me, know I love iced coffee…even during a below zero day. Hot coffee just isn’t my jam. However, I do like to have a cup of hot chocolate every once in a while during the winter. I also happen to be the slowest drinker in the world, resulting in my hot chocolate turning cold quickly. This thing just plugs right in and I can set it to a temperature I want and keep my drink warm while I take forever to finish it!

Laptop Stand

My macbook sits low on my desk, which leads to more hunching and unfortunate camera angles during zoom meetings. This stand brings my laptop to eye level. Plus, it’s portable, so I can easily work comfortably anywhere. Plus it’s got a little holder for your phone that flips out.

Desk Fan

I’ve mentioned multiple times how hot I get throughout the day…no joke. I’ve had this fan blowing on me all day, everyday for the past three years. It’s one my top Amazon finds ever. It’s still works great and more importantly, it comes in a ton of colors to choose from!

Oil Diffuser

I don’t have this in my office at school, but I have one at home and I love it!! I was lured into the oil life through another blog and I haven’t looked back. I love this diffuser; it’s inexpensive and can either diffuse in 30 second intervals or continually.

Note: This blog post contains affiliate links. As an Amazon associate, I may earn a commission (at no cost to you) should you make a purchase using my link.

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