Aside from digging into your pockets to find enough cash to cover the ridiculously expensive tuna sandwich you'll need during your layover in Cincinnati, trying to find your luggage may be the most difficult part of flying.
It has come to light that a certain life hack is not as brilliant as we once thought.
The idea was that if you turned your toaster on its side, you could place two pieces of bread with cheese on top in each slot and get a grilled cheese...
Yesterday I put up a blog about using vinegar to prevent ice from building on your windshields. I got a huge negative response saying that it will cause pits to form. I have been using vinegar for years so I decided to do a little research.
I love to eat those Nature Valley Oats and Honey Granola Bars. However, I don't love looking like I rolled in a vat of oats once I'm done eating. So someone told me about a way to have the granola bar and not worry about the crumbs. So I decided to test this life hack.
I use my cookie sheets all the time. They are so pretty when they are brand new, but then they get caked up and brown and nasty looking. So when I ran across a cleaning hack I thought I would try it out and see if it worked.
Do you ever get tired of spending tons of money on a tiny bottle or even a tiny box of laundry detergent only to turn around and spend more because it is gone already. One of my pet peeves was spending a ton of money on detergent. Then one day I ran across a recipe for homemade laundry detergent. Would it work? Would it get my clothes clean? Here's this week's life hack.
So I have been having a problem with fruit flies. Every single summer they try to take over my house. I try to keep my fruit put up and the sink cleaned out, but they still come and take over my kitchen. So I started researching some ways to get rid of them or to at least catch them and I found a couple of ideas on Pinterest so I thought I would test them out.