Whilst we do eat some evening meals together at the dinner table, I do eat a lot of meals on my own. This is partly because I work from home, so most of my food is ate at home. I usually end up doing something else while I’m eating: sometimes it’s a book, but other times I watch TV or catch up on social media. Addis recently sent me their lap tray to try out. I prefer it to my existing tray because it’s non-slip so my dinner doesn’t go sliding around when I am carrying it along. There’s a handy wine glass support if I want a little vino to go with my meal. Better still there’s a groove at the end which is very handy for holding your phone or your tablet. The tray is lightweight, yet sturdy, plus it’s easy to hold as the handles are non-slip too.
Addis also asked me to try out their Pop & Store range. The Pop & Store containers can be collapsed when not in use (thanks to its collapsible silicone sides), to help save up to 60% of space when put away. For me though that’s not the only advantage of them. Because they fold up so small, it’s much easier to store the lid on the actual container. Previously I’ve stored lids and containers separately to save on space, but that often seems you end up not being able to find the right lid. Prices from £3.79 for a 300ml round container. They close easily and well and feel like they will last a long time.