11 Things We Do Wrong Every Day

There are many things in life which take up way too much of our time than they really should, and at the same time get on our nerves. Fortunately, in some cases there are ways to avoid all the hassle.

In this post, we present you with 11 ways to make some of the things we do every day a little bit easier.

Drinking Coke through a straw
11 Things We Do Wrong Every Day
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Put a straw through the hole in the pull-tab of the can, and your Coke will no longer leak out over the top.

Making the perfect fried egg
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You can make a perfectly round fried egg without buying any special appliances or gadgets — all you need to do is to cut a ring from an onion and place it inside.

Joining wires together11 Things We Do Wrong Every Day

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To make sure electrical wires don’t get pulled apart when stretched, tie a small knot at the point where you connect them together.

Peeling garlic11 Things We Do Wrong Every Day
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Put the bulb of garlic in a jar and screw on the lid. Imagine you’re a bartender, and give it a good shake!

Doing a manicure11 Things We Do Wrong Every Day© pinterest.com
Follow the steps in the diagram above to get neatly painted nails.

Refrigerating a drink quickly11 Things We Do Wrong Every Day© pinterest.com
To refrigerate a drink quickly, wrap it up in a damp paper towel and put it in the refrigerator. It’ll be nice and cool in just 15 minutes!

Tying shoelaces11 Things We Do Wrong Every Day
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This method was worked out by Ayana Fieggen. Now, your shoelaces will never come undone — unless, of course, you undo them yourself!

Opening plastic packaging11 Things We Do Wrong Every Day
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Hard plastic packaging can be difficult to open even with scissors. Instead, use a can opener, and it’ll be a whole lot easier.

Bidet vs. toilet paper11 Things We Do Wrong Every Day
Using a bidet is more hygienic than paper. It’s also helpful for people who have had surgery below the waist and women who have just given birth.