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The 46 Most Brilliant Life Hacks Every Human Being Needs To Make Life Easier

I love finding clever solutions to the little snags I come across in cooking, building, cleaning, or just about anything. These are some that I find myself using all the time! Pour a half a cup of baking soda and a cup of vinegar into a clogged drain. Once it stops foaming rinse down the sink and your drains will be clear. A cheap and environmentally friendly way to unclog a sink! When camping or just in a pinch, a standard headlamp strapped to a 1 gallon jug of water can illuminate an entire room or tent. Placing a wooden spoon over the top of boiling water will stop it from boiling over by bursting the bubbles. Avoid getting a tongue lashing from your mom for putting your cold drink on her new coffee table. Many hotel TVs have handy USB slots in the back that will charge most smartphones. Use AAA batteries in gadgets that need AA batteries by filling the gaps with scrunched up tin foil. Putting your phone in airplane mode while gaming will stop those annoying ads from playing! Good luck!

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The Top 45 Life Hacks To Make Your Life So Much Easier Starting Today (TruthSeekerDaily) There are many mundane things we all do frequently as part of our daily or weekly routines which seems to not go as smooth or as easy as they could. Luckily, there are creative people out there that beat us to the punch with ways to simplify certain tasks, that leave us feeling grateful for their ingenuity, while also asking, “Why didn’t I think of that?” So here you have it, all the things you need to know that you didn’t know you needed to know, but will be happy you do now. h/t: [ WDYTT ]

30 Outstanding Websites to Fuel Your Creativity Inspiration can sometimes be hard to find, but you can feel more creative in just a few minutes. If you’re in need of design inspiration or insightful articles the following list of 30 can’t-miss websites will get your creativity juices flowing. Enjoy! Inspiration Feed: Of course this is the first one on my list! She Took An Old Cooler And Some Barn Wood And Made Something Awesome Some of the best DIY projects are those that take something old and make it like new...or in this case, take something old and make it look new, by making it look old. There's not much you can do with an ugly, old cooler, right? Wrong. Put your stuff up in the air! Hanging DIY ideas & tutorials Posted by ScrapHacker.com on onsdag, juni 27, 2012 · 9 Comments To heck with both feet on the ground! Now’s the time to put your ideas up in the air! I’ve gathered a bunch of supafly D.I.Y to give wings to anything you’ve got around the house (well, almost!).

7 minute Microwave Chocolate cake recipe Try this yummy 7 Minute microwave Chocolate cake recipe, it is quick and easy to make and tastes heavenly too. Decorate your creation with your personal favourites such as jelly babies, Smarties or coconut flakes. 2 eggs1 cup sugar1 cup milk1 cup oil3 Tbsp golden syrup1 1/2 cups flour3 heaped Tbsp cocoa1 tsp baking powder1 tsp baking soda In a large bowl, sift the dry ingredients together.Add the wet ingredients into the bowlWith an electric mixer beat all the ingredients together until smooth.Pour into a well greased microwave ring cake tinCook on high for 7 minutes. If you have a microwave that isn’t too powerful cook for 8 minutes.Ice the cake with chocolate buttercream icing or drizzle some chocolate ganache when cooled.

Here Are 21 Food Tricks That Totally Change Everything Making food can sometimes be boring – but we found 21 food tricks that will turn any meal into an awesome experience ! 1 : Awesome cheesy bread with a twist – this is delicious 2 : Your own flavored ice-cream cookie ! – just use a hot knife to cut a piece of the ice-cream and stick it between two cookies – genius ! 3 : Having a party ? This Object Doesn't Really Exist...When You See What I Mean You'll Flip Felice Varini is a Swiss artist known for his mind-bending designs, which consist of so-called perspective-localized paintings. These are shapes that appear three-dimensional when viewed from one vantage point, but which are in fact a skillfully-arrayed geometry of flat graphics painted onto the surfaces. The technical term for this is "anamorphosis" from the Greek prefix "ana-" meaning back or again, and "morphe" meaning shape or form. But no words can do justice to how unreal these look. Scroll down to see for yourself.

Hair Today, Gone Tomorrow: 5 Ways to Extend the Life of Your Blowout  As any fellow beauty addict can attest too, nothing beats the body, style, and shine of a professional blowout. Try as I might, replicating that kind of volume at home always comes up flat. Bottom line? There's nothing like a fresh blowout. While we'd all love to make our good hair high last, the truth is that after a day or two, we are left feening for another fix with nothing but fond memories of our short-lived "big hair don't care" glory to hold onto. Since looking anything less than gorgeous isn't an option, to help prolong your hair high, during my latest blowout session, I asked the stylists at Drybar how to make your blowout werk for you for days to come.

Celebrating Wildflowers - Ethics and Native Plants An idyllic setting in an alpine meadow of the Albion basin in the Wasatch Mountains. Photo by Teresa Prendusi. For many of us a field of wildflowers is one of the most beautiful experiences we can encounter in Nature. There is a deep impulse we carry from childhood into adulthood to reach out and pick a flower in a beautiful butterfly-filled meadow or along a public wooded trail lined with spring beauties, irises, or wake-robins. It is because we all carry such memories that we have devoted an entire website to Celebrating Wildflowers. Millions of people visit the public lands each year and if only a small fraction of them each picked a few flowers, soon there would be none for the rest of us to enjoy.

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