13 Useful, Everyday Life Hacks

13 Useful, Everyday Life Hacks

#1 Life Hack:

Are you desperate for money?                               NASA will pay $15,000 to anyone willing to sit in their bed for 87 days. This is an experiment to research the effect’s of zero gravity on the human body.
#2 Life Hack: 

You are 50% more likely to remember something if you speak it out loud instead of simply reading it over and over.

#3 Life Hack: 

Buying a gym membership? Most times, your health insurance company will completely reimburse the cost for you.

#4 Life Hack:  

Buying a car? Buy it at the end of the month. Salespeople have quotas to meet each month and will be more likely to cut you a deal.

#5 Life Hack: 

To clean a microwave: Put a bowl of water inside and microwave for 3 minutes. The steam will moisten everything up making cleaning simple!

#6 Life Hack:

 Put your wet sponge in the microwave for 2 minutes to kill 99% of the bacteria.

#7 Life Hack: 

If you put your fingers in ice water immediately after painting your nails the paint will dry instantly.

#8 Life Hack: 

Put a sticker with a fake PIN number on your debit card. If you lose it and someone tries to use it 3+ times, the machine will eat the card.

#9 Life Hack: 

Go to youtube.com/disco and enter in an Artists name and YouTube will auto arrange a playlist based on uploads of that artist.

#10 Life Hack:

To convert Celsius to Fahrenheit, double the Celsius number and add 28..
#11 Life Hack:

 Spiders hate peppermint oil. Put some in a squirt bottle with water, spray your garage and all door frames, then watch the spiders run!

#12 Life Hack:

Adding vodka to your shampoo can strengthen your hair, prevent dry scalp, and stop dandruff.

#13 Life Hack:

With the promo code “9ANY” you can get any pizza you want at Pizza Hut for $9. 



If someone were to ask, ‘”what is your greatest strength?” How would you reply?  John F. Kennedy, said “My curiosity.”  Now, that’s an answer most wouldn’t expect.  Then there’s Albert Einstein, who claimed, “I have no special talent, I am only passionately curious.”

Eleanor Roosevelt replied,  “I think, at a child’s birth, if a mother could ask a fairy godmother to endow him/her with the most useful gift, that gift would be curiosity.” 
What’s so great about curiosity? Actually, it’s one of the few traits that we, as humans, share with the entire animal kingdom.  It’s that primal, necessary urge to find out everything we can about our environment and oursurroundings.

 It was curiosity that compelled Christopher Columbus to sail the oceans blue. Curiosity guided the first settlers to seek out their food sources and shelter. Just as curiosity remains our guide, today. 
To put it simply, curiosity is the catalyst of survival for all creatures, great and small.  But for humans, it’s so much more.  

Curiosity remains our main reason and our  guide when exploring new ways of doing things.  Its curiosity that has led us to find the solutions to a myriad of problems. It also allows us to investigate many new possibilities.  Its curiosity that keeps our child-like sense of  wonder alive, in all of us.  

When your curiosity is keen, you can grow, and expand your mind and life, to fulfill even your wildest dreams.   

This is a fun trick to try, to demonstrate what I mean.

The next time you face a problem or a challenge, start your thought process with the words “What if… .”  Then close your eyes and allow yourself to imagine and visualize the most absurd, ridiculous, unlikely, “way out” solutions you can.  This m+ethod helps me to think outsi

e of the6 rsll l’proverbial’ box. You just might surprise yourself by what you  come up with!

Now, to add a few more words to your ‘curiosity arsenal’, here’s a poetic reminder from Rudyard Kipling:   

“I had six honest serving men.  
They taught me all I knew.  I call them Why and When and Where  And How and What and Who.”

Oh! And don’t worry that “curiosity killed the cat.”  Remember the rest of that proverb?- “but satisfaction brought him back”
Stay curious!