23 Useful Life Hacks That Could Make Your Life A Little Easier

Check out the following life hacks for 23 ways to make your life easier. From cleaning, to baking, organizing your wardrobe and home decorating, there’s bound to be something useful here for everyone to use in their every day lives. These little gems of DIY ideas are bound to surprise and amaze you!

Stack your clothing vertically in your drawers instead of horizontally if you want more bang for your buck as far as room is concerned.

DIY-clothes

Utilize dental floss to perfectly cut cakes, cheeses and other soft foods. Just make sure it’s the unscented variety!

DIY-floss

Whoever discovered that a simple rubber band will stop a cut apple from going brown is a genius in our book!

DIY-apple

Martha Stewart proves her worth with this trick to make sure your rugs don’t slip. Just use acrylic latex caulk.

DIY-rug

The tab of a can of soda can double as an excellent, durable picture hook.

DIY-tab

Peeling eggs is a breeze if you allow them to cool and then crack them by rolling them.

DIY-egg

Pop a couple of marshmallows on top of your packet of brown sugar to stop it going hard.

DIY-sugar

Use an office clip to keep loose cords in place.

DIY-charger

Hang your jeans like a pro using shower hooks. This makes them more accessible and less likely to crease. You can alter your own wardrobe or easily make a rack like this one.

DIY-jeans

Do you ever encounter the nasty task of having to scrape ice off of your windows? A 3:1 ratio of water to vinegar in a spray bottle will solve this problem. Simply spray the night before for no ice.

DIY-windows

Use this clever trick to fill a bucket that won’t fit in your sink.

DIY-water

If you hate untying knots, you need to know this simple yet genius trick!

DIY-knots

Fit a magnet in your bathroom to keep essentials like nail scissors easily accessible and organized.

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Author: MMK

Architecture & Design was started by an Afghan entrepreneur, he believes that wellbeing is affected by the spaces we spend our time in and that their design is an important notion to consider with regards to our personal comfort and happiness – whether we are at home, at work or at play.

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