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21 Ridiculous Life Hacks Found In Magazines

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    Food - Breakfast combo Don't waste those last bits of cereals -they can be mixed together to finish them off. My grandchildren always call it 'Granny's Cereal'. Helen Walker, Elgin Towel
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    Lip - GO BANANAS I'm often in a rush in the morning and don't have time for breakfast. But now I tape fruit to my door to remind me to start the day with some of my five-a-day-plus I'm always greeted with a smiley face!
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    Electronic device - 8T Decor 1500 PTOP Rlay 3 2 1 6 5 7 8 always keep a sandwich bag by the phone, soif it rings when my hands are grubby, I can pick it up without stopping to wash my hands. J Savage, Ipswich
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    Green - Ans Sto On cold winter mornings, give your feet a blast of warm air from your hairdryer before putting on your socks. Susan Smith, Leicester
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    Technology - Clean keys To avoid spills and drips on your keyboard when you are eating and drinking at your computer, put cling film over the top of it. You can still press all the keys just as easily, but it stays clean and coffee-free. Angie Laird, Wirral, Merseyside
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    Text - You don't need to spend money buying a whisk. Simply tape or hold two forks together - they work brilliantly. Katie Bond, Oldham, Gtr Manchester
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    Skin - If you're pregnant but still want to wear your jeans, extend the waistband with rubber bands. Margaret Boyea, Sheffield
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    ash a mushroom container, it makes Wahandy place for loose change. Paul Earls, Bristol
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    Hand - Top (PG) tip! If you have cold hands, used tea bags make great handwarmers. Pop a hot tea bag into a sandwich bag and tie a knot in the top to prevent leaks. They stay warm for a long time! Sally Court, Holme Hale, Norfolk
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    Photo caption - SOUTH GLAMORGAN When my daughter wanted some bedding for her doll's house, Isimply used a sheet of pretty toilet paper. Jodie Giblin, Penarth
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    Text - Welbeck Road Southport Merseyside top TIP Sewing the seeds 1 Bke unusual jewellery but can never find anything quirky enough in the shops. I started saving melon seeds, which I washed and left to dry. Then I made holes in the seeds and put them on a length of strong thread. I think my long necklace looks very summery and, best of all, it didn't cost me anything. Laura Newton, Droitwich Spa, Worcs
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    Clock - T S. 12 / Dinner time I was looking for an eye-catching kitchen clock, but couldn't find one liked anywhere. I decided to customise the clock I already had by taking some pieces of old cutlery and attaching them around the edge with strong glue. My new timepiece looks really unusual and I get lots of compliments about it. top TIP Russ Griffin, Staffords Court, Warmiey, Bristol
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    Food - SHpick Popcorn makes great emergency packaging for fragile items. Stephen Newton, Spennymoor, Durham
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    Fruit - SMART CAR If you always spend ages hunting for your car in a massive car park, simply attach a brightly coloured balloon to your aerial. You'll spot it a mile off. Sam Higgs, North London
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    Hamper - 307 Hei 30 recently celebrated my 30th birthday and Itook a picture of my cards and flowers to help me remember my special day. Lindsey Broad, Liverpool We say: Happy memories
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    One of the best places to hide valuable jewellery is in a toilet roll, according to my dad, who's a retired policeman! Jackie Patrick, Hayling Island
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    Text - Stop getting travel sick by sticking sticky tape across your belly button - sounds mad, but my grandson swears by it! Davina Sandler, Campbeltown
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    Play - Tips, tricks and bright ideas Armband aid To prevent my children from hitting their heads on our bath taps, I fixed a pair of old armbands over them. Not only do they look fun, they also keep my children's heads safe. Sarah Dunn, Cublington Road, Leighton Buzzard, Beds st ve e. Pyd If you accidentally get your mobile Basmati device ks
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    Advertising - After you've made cuppa, pour the last bit of boiling water over your dishcloth to kill germs. Kevin Cheesman, south London
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    Footwear - dreceive a E25 CASH pick me up! Tip of the My grand- daughter was going to a fancy Week dress party ad wanted some glittery shoes,50 I spray-painted her Crocs gold She loved the! M Green Cumbria
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    Textile - ! e of s and een Have company but not much space? Create a buffet table by covering your ironing board with a tablecloth. ans Michelle Underwood, Woking
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