20 Easy Hacks For Everyday Life

“You can connect two ziplock bags by flipping one inside out to make a larger one”

“Using Google Sheets to translate batches of words. Great for language learning.”

“Put a rubber band around the inside of the pockets of your shorts and never have to worry about your phone or keys on a run”

“When hanging something with two hooks, use painters tape to get exact markings, and a level on the wall. Hammer in your nails, and peel away the tape!”

“Use a fork to help hang a painting”

“If you’re moving, you can use this method to easily transport all the clothes that you hang.”

“Instead of bringing multiple travel adapters on holiday just bring one travel adapter and a regular multi-power block that you can use to plug all your stuff into”

“Instead of polluting the planet with confetti, hole punch leaves instead! Fully biodegradable!”

“When your phone touch is broken”

“My pen-free reusable checklist made from binder clips. For those reoccurring tasks that don’t work for me in a digital task list. With satisfying check off click :)”

“If your Sofa or Loveseat has one of these little flaps made out of the same material as the sofa, you should know it is provided to test cleaning agents on.”

“When you don’t want to buy a smaller pan for just 1 recipe”

“Instant spanner”

“Need tweezers in a pinch?”

“When disassembling items, punch your screws thru some cardboard and label the sets. This will help you retain your hardware, remember placement and order of reassembly”

“Another way of threading a needle”

“When a piece of black electrical tape isn’t effective for dimming those pesky LED lights, Blu Tack can do a perfect job. In fact, I don’t think I’ll be ever using a sticky tape for this very purpose again.”

“Accidentally tore the side of your bag of chips? Use a hole puncher to keep it from spreading.”

“Use two bulldog clips to hold books with lots of pages”

“Keep fast food safe in the vehicle.”

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