Clever Tips to Make Life Easier

Here’s MORE ingenious household tips and organizational tricks that will once again have you saying, “Why didn’t I think of that?! ”Clever Tips to Make Life Easier” that I re-blogged from TheDailybuzz

1. DIY pet feeding station

Got an empty kitchen shelf? Feeling handy? Cut holes in a the bottom shelf and countersink dog food bowls for a cute and out-of-the-way dog feeding station.Source:

2. “File” your clothes

Avoid messy dresser drawers by “filing” your clothing side-by-side instead of stacking items on top of each other. See the before and after at Apartment Therapy.

3. Protect breakables with kids’ floaties

Packing tip: Protect breakables such as wine bottles or food containers with children’s inflatable floaties.Source:

4. Organize your tights

Rather than bundling them in your drawer, loop tights over hangers and store them in your wardrobe.

5. Keep cakes fresh with bread

Pre-bake your cakes and keep them fresh overnight by placing a slice of bread on top. In the morning your bread will be hard as a rock but the cake will remain moist, ready to ice. 

6. Use milk bottles for pencil storage

Grab a craft knife and recycle your large plastic milk bottles in to pencil holders. Extra points if you go all OCD and file them by color.

7.Mount cutlery drawers for jewellery

Wall mount cutlery trays and add a suction cup hook in each compartment for brilliant jewelery storage. Get the instructions at Mini Manor.

8. Make a non-slip dish cloth

Attach a strip of velcro to your tea towel, loop over your oven door handle and join the ends – voila, a non-slip dish towel!

9. Keep cans in a magazine file

This clever idea is part of a pantry makeover by Pamela at PB&J Stories.check out the full project here.

10. Organize Tupperware with CD racks

You need to find a use for those wire CD racks now that no one buys CDs anymore. Re-purpose them to hold your Tupperware lids

11.Remove scratches from a DVD
Has putting Toy Story on constant repeat finally taken its toll? Remove scratches from your favorite DVDs with a few household items, including peanut butter and toothpaste! Click HERE for the video tutorial.

12. Cook while you’re not home

Here’s a pro tip for mid-week meals. Prepare all the ingredients for multiple slow cooker meals at once, then dump them in to bags and freeze. When you’re ready to cook, simply take a bag out, throw the ingredients in to the cooker and turn it on. When you come home from work, dinner is waiting. Find recipes and details at Mama and Baby Love.
Source : Thedailybuzz

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