13 Amazon Must-Haves For 2023: The Best Things I've Bought So Far

by Simplify

How do you know if you’re buying something good or bad on Amazon? Christine from Frugal Fit Mom used to ask the same question. So she brings you the scoop on her list of Amazon must-haves for 2023 (hint: leggings are hot).


Christine is a huge fan of Lululemon leggings but found even better deals on Lulu-dupe leggings that run a fraction of the price (how’s under $30?). She also found seasonal items like an oversized sleeveless puffer vest for cold weather and warm-weather water shoes.


It can be tough to find quality items online, but Christine found soft deep pocket sheets, a duvet cover, and a pillow topper mattress protector that all pass her test. Just for fun, she couldn’t resist the round pizza blanket. She also found a simple, inexpensive bed frame for a small bedroom.


Three products have made Christine’s kitchen more productive, including a pizza cutter, vegetable peeler, and salad spinner. All of these products beat out any other items she used to have.

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Other helpful items

Christine found a massage stick for sore muscles that she credits for helping to prevent her plantar fasciitis from flaring up. To help organize her household, she found a magnetic pad of sheets for her fridge so her family can check off groceries they need.

Amazon must-haves for 2023

You can see from Christine’s house tour that these Amazon best sellers have staying quality. From bedrooms to kitchens and beyond, there you have some of the best Amazon products from 2023.

If you have any Amazon must-haves and favorites, share them with us in the comments!

For more budget shopping ideas, discover the Dollar Tree products that beat out Amazon or 3 amazing thrifting tips that will save you money.

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  • Noni Noni on May 14, 2023

    Writing letters, addressing envelopes--those steps used in written communication were taught in upper elementary school when I went to public school...just after the Pony Express. My children and grandchildren all write to folks, send cards, etc., so that's one thing I can relax about in this challenging world eh. Digitalization of childhood is fraught with social traps! 😉

  • Noni Noni on May 14, 2023

    Am going to purchase for myself one of those handy-dandy vege peelers you noted in the list. I have a good one but its one shortcoming is that beautifully pointed end on your favorite one; mine is too rounded to be effective in removing deep eyes on spuds. Thanks for the heads-up.