Roundup of Best Life Hacks

Roundup of Best Life Hacks

Five Friday Favorites – Life Hacks

 

I’ve been home with a super sick kid this week, so I didn’t have much time to get anything done. Life just keeps getting in the way. I set myself up for the week with my organizing plans, but only got to Tuesday before everything changed. Ah well, there’s always next week!

 

I’ve been on a shortcut kick lately since there is never enough time in the day. Today, I got sucked into Life Hacks and have been checking out tons of Life Hacks that can (hopefully) simplify life.

 

My five favorites this week are cool Life Hacks that I either just discovered or have been doing in our home. These are from a Life Hack website. You can find more here and here.

 

 

Life Hacks to Make Adulting Easier

 

  1. Lean your phone on your sunglasses (instead of using a pricey phone stand).

 

source: Lifehacks.org
Source: Lifehacks.org

 

  1. Line the trash can with newspaper to catch wet spills.

 

Source: Lifehacks.org
Source: Lifehacks.org

 

  1. Use a lint roller to clean up glitter.

 

Source: Lifehacks.org
Source: Lifehacks.org

 

  1. Use puffy fabric paint to paint grips on kid’s socks (it says toddler but my seven year old slides on the floor too).

 

Source: Lifehacks.org
Source: Lifehacks.org

 

  1. Write your phone number on your child’s arm when you go on an all day trip. If he gets lost he can borrow a phone to call you. Note – we did this (with a sharpie) every time my son went on a summer camp field trip until I was confident he could give my number under duress.

 

Source: Lifehacks.org
Source: Lifehacks.org

 

 

I can seriously get sucked in to all these great life hacks to either save money or do things more simply. Why spend a lot of time or money on something when there is a cheaper, easier way? Do you have any life hacks that you use? I’d love to hear them!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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2 thoughts on “Roundup of Best Life Hacks”

  • 1
    Crystal on May 26, 2017 Reply

    Great tips! Also as an added bonus, use a clear liquid bandage over the top of your phone number on your kids arm. It helps keep the ink waterproof and smudgeproof. (Which is nice if you are going to a water park or someplace hot and sweaty) 👍🏻

    • 2
      Kathy Macaraeg on May 30, 2017 Reply

      Great idea, Crystal! I usually use a Sharpie, which takes days to wash off, but using regular ink and a liquid bandage is much more effective.

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