Problem-solving hacks that will save you a ton of time and effort
We encounter all sorts of minor problems in our everyday life. And sometimes, we don’t even realize they’re a bit of a nuisance until we come across the solution. Well, today, I show you some brilliant ways to tackle all those annoying little problems and some other life hacks that will save you a ton of time in the future.
But we have to get creative first. You don’t need to use items from your kitchen to cut some veggies or shape your foods. You can find other tools that will get the job done just as well. This sort of inventiveness will also save you money since you won’t have to buy new tools where each one specializes in something different. For example, you can use a metal spring to slice a hard-boiled egg.
Or, you can follow some of my quick kitchen life hacks–where I show you a cool way to slice your sushi rolls without squishing them, an alternative way to cut bell pepper, and a smart slicing trick for your mushrooms.
Watch until the end to see some of my new body hacks – I show you what to do when you have no energy, how to stop sneezing, and many more.
1:19 – How to slice a banana with a rubber band
3:32 – Smart body hacks you didn’t know
7:26 – How to improve your mood
10:21 – A quick way to clean your bag
12:35 – Turn a stool into a coffee table
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