This is one of those occasional minor annoyances that never fails to drive us batsh*t insane.
In these strange and troubling times, as the world navigates a rapidly changing reality due to the Coronavirus, it is helpful to have some life pro tips from folks who have experienced isolation, and done so successfully. Outside of those relevant and helpful pointers on keeping sane during insane times, there are some other tips to support one's ability to get with the wild flow of life. Good old life pro tips.
If you're looking for actual, useful life hacks then you've come to the wrong place. These things won't help you at all, like even a little bit. But they will entertain you and for that, you're welcome. Now check out even more sh*tty life hacks over at Fail Blog!
People that have worked retail are sharing their most beloved methods for passing the time. Things like not checking the time as frequently have been known to help people feel like it's passing faster. Could try that, or maybe striking up conversation with people that are coming in as customers.
These intentionally sh*tty life pro tips are perfect for anyone navigating the dark and hopeless alleyways of an existential crisis. They are by their very nature, intentionally "bad" so at the very least, they won't do anything at all. At the most, they'll get a laugh out of you, over how bad they are.
Being an adult isn't easy. Kids assume we've got it all figured out, but truthfully, we have no idea what we're doing most of the time. From struggling to tie our shoelaces to not knowing how much spaghetti you actually need for one portion, here are some of the basic life skills that some adults never mastered, who aren't ashamed to admit it.
Never know when you might wake up and just not have it in you to tackle the day. Maybe you're emotionally spent, and in dire need of a day to regenerate health across all fronts. Maybe that one sick day is the world of difference you need to get back on the work grind with necessary energy. If that sounds like it could be the case for you, or even might be in the future, these bits of "fake sick advice" could come in handy.
Twitter users are sharing their most cherished lessons they've picked up from therapists over the years. The following collection of insights might speak to you on some level. We can all use a couple calming tips to keep in our back pockets, for when the world throws a curveball our way.
The world can be a big, scary, and confusing place. Sometimes life will throw us a curveball while we're out there just trying to grind through another day, and we'll genuinely have no idea what to do next. Fortunately, there are kindhearted and helpful souls that regularly share their "life pro tips" in one of our favorite subreddits. From de-escalating wild Karens while out shopping, to avoiding scammers posing as your bank, you never know when these might come in handy.
We're not about to pretend to be psychologists, but the study of the brain can be incredibly helpful in any situation that hinges on communication. Whether you're trying to get ahead at work, make a good impression, or avoid creeps, these life hacks use the science of your brain to help you do better at pretty much anything.
Here's some sound financial advice as well as various tips to make you seem like less of an idiot. We'll probably forget a lot of these and be back on our bullshit in no time, but it's nice to review. For a blast from the past, check out these wild old-timey life hacks from forever ago or for some bad advice, these straight up hilariously bad life hacks.