PROBLEM: NO WINE OPENER
Okay, say something wonderful happens (you get promoted, you get engaged, you find out your terrible neighbors are moving) and you decide to celebrate the occasion by finally drinking that bottle of wine you’ve been saving. Except you can’t once you discover that you lost your wine-opener. For most of us that means: “Okay, I guess we won’t be having any wine tonight!” But that’s not true! All you need is a hammer and nail...
PROBLEM: YOU CAN’T CARRY ENOUGH GROCERY BAGS
Whether it’s saving yourself that extra trip back to the car or whether you live in a city and have to walk several blocks/flights of stairs with your groceries, we’ve all experienced the wrist/hand-numbing pain of carrying WAY too many bags in one hand. But what if I told you that you could carry 50 lbs of grocery bags and NOT lose circulation in your fingers and wrists and avoid all pain? This is called the “One Trip Trick.” Just loop a large carabiner through all the handles and your life will be changed!
PROBLEM: YOUR CLOSET IS TOO SMALL
Okay, this seems to be every woman’s problem-too many clothes, not enough space. Well, you no longer have to “make due” with the closet you have by constantly cleaning it out or leaving items on the floor because I found a way for you to DOUBLE it’s size! All you need are a few extra cans of soda...just pull off the tabs and loop it through the hanger’s hook and you’ll be able to fit twice as many clothes!
PROBLEM: YOU’VE LOST YOUR FAVORITE EARRING UNDER THE COUCH
We’ve all lost a delicate piece of jewelry under the couch or in some kind of small crevice before. While it’s really devastating, we often resign ourselves to the idea that it’s “gone forever.” But not anymore! Just put a stocking over the end of a vacuum to find tiny items like earrings, backings or rings under the couch! It’s like making a suction net! Just make sure there are no holes in the stocking!
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