UNEXPECTED TRICKS YOU WOULDN’T BELIEVE EXIST
We keep learning new life-hacks every day through difficult situations. So, in this video, I show you my most helpful ones you’ve never seen before.
When eating sushi and you want to dip your roll in some soy sauce, always hold it with your chopstick’s upside down – this will prevent the rice from falling in the sauce.
Instead of applying butter on your toast with a knife, simply grate it on top instead. It will distribute there even better and it will melt right away.
To get the most out of your avocado when putting in your salad. Don’t cut it in tubes, instead, cut it diagonally. This way you’ll also get more pieces.
You can use an old tissue box, dress it up with some colorful wrapping paper and then place plastic disposable bags inside to keep them organized. Every time you go shopping you can then pull one out and voila.
Another great organization hack is to take old cereal containers and use them to organize your drawers.
For those times that you need a pillow but can’t find one, I show you how to create your own by folding a thick bedding.
Another great lifehack is to run some plastic straws through a sharpener in order to organize your office cables.
0:32 – Genius butter trick
2:10 – How to organize your ladles
3:58 – How to organize your spices
6:03 – Amazing cable organizer idea
7:46 – How to organize your necklaces – DIY jewelry holder
8:55 – How to fold your extra-large shopping bags
10:39 – Quick fix for broken glasses
12:43 – DIY phone holder for your charger
13:28 – How to fix burned toast
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