Here are some tips and tricks that are easy, free, and will make your life a lot easier!
1. DIY LUGGAGE TAG
Baggage claims can get super busy and hectic. Tie a piece of bright colored or patterned fabric to your luggage so you can easily spot your bags!
If you ever want to remove the stem of a strawberry, stick a straw right through the middle of the strawberry and pull it out, pulling out the stem with it.
3. CLEANING SUPPLIES STORAGE
Running out of shelf space? Hang a shoe rack on the back of a door and put your supplies in there! This also keeps supplies away from kids and pets.
4. USE SUNGLASSES TO HOLD YOUR PHONE
Pop-sockets can be pricey and holding your phone is exhausting! If you're tired of leaning your phone on something or holding it up while watching or browsing, prop them up on your sunglasses! They don't slide easily and are strong enough to hold your phone sideways.
5. DON'T LET YOUR CHARGER BREAK
If the end of your charger is about to snap, find a spring from and old pen and slide it to the end to keep it from bending and breaking.
6. KEEP YOUR WRAPPING PAPER INTACT
When done with using wrapping paper for the day, cut open a toilet paper roll and use it as a cuff to keep your wrapping paper from unrolling.
7. DIY POWER CORD ORGANIZER
Cords are so easily jumbled up and tangled together. Using bread clips is an easy way to label all of your power cords! You can organize them by color or write directly on the label.
8. KEEP YOUR KIDS FROM FALLING OUT OF BED
Are your kids restless sleepers? Put a pool noodle under a fitted sheet on both sides of their bed to make a barricade and keep them from falling.
9. CHARGE YOUR PHONE WITH THE TV
If you are ever on vacation and run out of outlets to charge up, most televisions have a usb port on the side or back of them. The ports can take any usb charger and will save you the trouble.
10. CURE YOUR SMELLY AIR CONDITIONER
Sometimes your filter gets dirty and can start to smell funky! Tape a dryer sheet over your AC unit and turn it on to get fresh scented air.
11. HOW TO TELL IF YOUR BATTERIES ARE GOOD
Bounce your batteries to determine whether they are good or bad. Drop them about 6 inches from a table or the floor and see if they bounce. If they bounce once and fall over, they are good! If they bounce multiple times, they are bad or about to go bad.
12. MESS-FREE PANCAKES
Put your pancake mix in a ketchup bottle to keep your surfaces mess-free. This is also a great way if you want to do cute pancake designs for the little ones!
13. MESS-FREE ICE PACK
Soak a sponge in water and pop it in the freezer. When ready to use, put it in a ziplock bag and you'll have a drip-free ice pack!
14. FIX YOUR STUCK ZIPPER
If your zipper gets stuck while zipping or unzipping, rub a graphite pencil on the zipper teeth to help fix the zipper and make it glide easier.
15. ICED COFFE CUBES
Instead of using regular ice cubes in your iced coffee, use coffee cubes! Next time you make a pot of coffee, pour the remainder of what you don't end up drinking into an ice tray, making coffee cubes! This ensures that your coffee will stay cold and won't be watered down.
16. HIGHLITER ERASER
Marking things can get messy, and we all know how hard it is to fix a mistake made with ink. Squeeze some lemon juice on a cotton ball or cotton swab and run it over the highlighted mistake to watch it start to rub away!
17. FOGGY-FREE MIRRORS
Showers get steamy and is a pest when you're quickly trying to get ready and you have to wait for the steam to clear from your mirror. Car wax is a great solution to keep your mirrors fog-free. Apply a small amount to the mirror, buffing it in with a cloth, and watch the magic happen!
18. GRAPES AS ICE CUBES
Instead of using ice cubes to cool down your wine, freeze some grapes and use those instead! This prevents your wine from getting watered down.
19. WHEN YOUR BUCKET WON'T FIT IN YOUR SINK
If you are ever trying to fill up a bucket that doesn't fit in your sink, use a dustpan! Put the large end of the dustpan under the faucet and let the water run through the handle into your bucket!
20. DIY PHONE SPEAKER
Ever in the need of a beaker last minute? Put your phone in a cup! It echoes the sound and makes your music louder!
21. SIMPLE BATHROOM AIR FRESHENER
Pour 1 cup of fabric softener in your toilet tank for a fresh scented flush every time!
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