Life hacks are great ways to save time, money and make life simpler. Not only do they help you accomplish more in less time but they also keep you organised.


 Tie a piece of ribbon to your luggage

In today’s age of generic-looking luggage, it can be hard to distinguish your bags from others. But a bright ribbon tied around the handle of your bag will help you identify it in a crowd at baggage claim.

This hack is especially convenient as you don’t even need to leave the hotel! All that’s required is some ribbon and scissors!

Tie the ribbon around your suitcase in a creative knot for added visual interest and security. This project can be fun for the whole family to do together, making airport security much smoother! Just remember to tie the ribbon correctly without cutting off any of its decorative tails!

 Untie knots faster

Tieing a tight knot can be tedious, but it doesn’t have to take hours. With some time and patience as well as some clever combinations of tricks, you’ll be able to break free in no time!

Ring Knot

A ring knot is an effective choice for tying a rope around a horse’s neck. Not only is it simple to undo, but it also prevents the horse from nibbling at the knot itself.

Another excellent non-slip knot is the bowline. This knot is easy to untie but won’t slip, making it perfect for attaching rope to a pole or pipe without fear of slippage.

For optimal results, combine a simple clove hitch with an elegant knot like the bowline. That way, if it gets pulled hard, you can quickly undo it by gently pulling on the working end.


 Protect your accounts with accented letters

Typing in a foreign language or wanting to make it harder for hackers to guess your password can help. However, keep in mind that if someone has access to your account, they could easily discover the accented version of a letter.

Mac users have three quick methods for entering accented characters: press and hold the key associated with your desired accented character, tap a menu item or press the number key associated with that character. Please be aware that there may be subtle variations between an accented version of a letter and its standard counterpart.


 Extend the life of your headphones

Headphones are an essential part of our lives. They provide us with a great listening experience, so it’s important that they last as long as possible.

Fortunately, there are steps you can take to extend the life of your headphones and enhance their sound quality. All it takes is some extra care and consideration.

One of the most essential ways to extend the life of your headphones is properly charging them. Avoid leaving them plugged in for too long after being fully charged as this can cause their batteries to lose capacity.

 Chew gum to stay focused

Chewing gum can help you focus and stay motivated during work or school, as well as reduce stress levels.

Increased oxygen flow to parts of your brain related to attention can improve memory retention as well.

When it comes to chewing gum, there are plenty of choices. Most contain either natural or synthetic gum resins as their base ingredient, along with preservatives, sweeteners and flavoring for added enjoyment.

Studies have discovered that chewing gum can reduce feelings of stress and increase alertness. It has been connected to lower cortisol levels, which may have an advantageous effect on learning and concentration.

 Make your passwords extra secure

Passwords are the foundation of online security. They act as your line of defense against hackers and help keep your personal data private.

Create a password that is long, complex and unique to make it difficult for cybercriminals to guess your password.

It’s essential to choose a password that is unique for each account, as this is an often made mistake and makes it easier for hackers to break into other accounts.

To make your password extra secure, use a combination of characters such as lowercase letters, uppercase letters, symbols and numbers. It is also wise to avoid obvious substitutions like using zero “0” for the letter “O.”