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Thursday, September 14, 2017

Why didn't I think of that?

Pinterest is the BEST place to go for hacks that seem to make life easier, and I love these simple things we can do to simplify!

THIS PIN had some of the best ideas!

Toilet Brush Drip Dry: Genius! Use the seat to hold your toilet brush in place. It is the perfect solution to avoid the NASTY water dripping all over.
Taco Stand: Who thought of using a muffin tin for a taco stand while assembling tacos? Genius!

Nail Polish clean up: If you catch your spill right away, you can pour sugar on your nail polish and it will clean up your mess. 
Band Aid Fitting: Don’t you hate that band aids aren’t the exact shape of your finger? Especially on the knuckle! Take some scissors and cut a slit on each side. The fit will be perfect!

Handy utensils: Don’t you hate it when they forget the fork in the drive through? A straw cut in half and used like chopsticks is the perfect substitute fork!

Corn on the Cob: Isn’t it a bummer that the corn is round, and the stick of butter is a flat square? Here is a good fix to that! Put a generous amount of butter on a piece of bread and use it to butter your corn. Why didn’t I think of that!?
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2 comments:

besstessays.net service said...

Lol i basically search everything on pinterest. i find it very helpful and full of creative ideas. And i will surely use the corn hack , as i always find it difficult to put the right amout of butter.

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