Monday, February 17, 2014

Constructive Distraction: HouseholdHacker

Procrastination doesn't have to be a total waste of time—check out some of the web's most constructive gems: educational blogs, career-focused news sites, the latest web tools, etc. These distractions make procrastinating time well spent.
This month's distraction is HouseholdHacker, a YouTube channel dedicated to bringing you life hacks using household objects. Some of my fav hacks include using apple cider vinegar to rid your kitchen of fruit flies (my roommate leaves fruit and veggies out a lot), boiling cinnamon to rid your kitchen of nasty cooking smells (fish, burnt food, etc.) and using aluminum foil when you don't have the right size batteries for the remote (featured in the below video).

While all these hacks are brilliant, they're not for everyone. If you have to purchase specific items to perform a hack, then it's not really a hack. However, if you can purchase something for a hack to replace another item, and it saves you money, then it's still a hack.

Until next time: happy hacking!

Your Girls Under PRessure

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