In the age of technology, one simply cannot escape the chaos of cords. Cell phone chargers, television hookups, gaming necessities, headphones—the curse of the cable hangs over us all. They wrap around each other, around table legs and cell phones and whatever objects they can find, and create absolute chaos. However, in the age of technology, you can't just get rid of them. One must make the most of the hand one is dealt, and in this case, find ways to organize and order those awful messes. To that end, here are some handy lifehacks that will cut cord clutter down to a minimum and help you keep track of what cord goes to what, which plug plugs in where, and all the other mistakes that endless matching cords may cause.
Origami... the Japanese art of paper folding. The word itself might sound kind of scary to a new-comer, but in reality, origami is beautiful, simple, and so easy to start!
Despite the fact that I was a four-sport athlete in my high school years and worked a labor-intensive job directly out of undergrad, I firmly believe that going to the gym can still be a daunting experience. At the time of writing this, I am the heaviest and most out of shape I have ever been. It's not like I don't know my way around a weight room—I'm still strong enough to walk on my hands or carry all my grocery bags in on one trip—but I still feel an aversion to actually going to the gym. Maybe there's not enough hours in the day, maybe I'm lazy, or maybe it's all the people. More than anything else, I despise a packed gym; all the meatheads storming up and down the walkways with their chests puffed out, hassling me every time I take a break between sets, saying, "Hey, bro, you still on this?" We get it. You lift, bro. Witnessing all these gym antics, I've oftentimes wondered, "Are there any lifehacks every gym rat should know?" Well, if there wasn't before, this list will serve as one now.
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If there's one invention that truly revolutionized the way we live, it's the smartphone. Smartphones allow us to stay in contact with loved ones, give us the ability to use apps for micro-investing spare change, and even let us improve our smart home devices while we're out.
Life is hard, but does it really have to be? If you are a fan of learning lifehacks, then you probably already know the answer to that. Life will always be full of challenges, but if you have the right knowledge and skills, then you won't have too much of a problem.
Essential oils are a wonderful, natural home remedy to turn to tend to a variety of needs: relaxation, concentration, memory, sleep, mental health, and a variety of physical ailments, such as essential oils for arthritis.
I'm sure you've all heard of the term, "zero waste" recently. Zero waste is a lifestyle in which you do not produce any kind of trash or waste (or, at least, you try to produce as little waste as possible).