#1 Drilling into the ceiling? Attach the base of a plastic cup to the drill to prevent dust and debris from getting in your eyes.

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#2 Always forgetting whether or not you took your daily pill? Mark each pill on the packaging with the date and time it should be consumed.

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#3 Dumping the contents of your cutting board into a bowl? Flip the board around for a genius way to prevent spills.

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#4 Need to keep your bag of bagels fresh? Shove the open end of the bag into the bagel hole — no ties or clips needed.

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#5 Want to protect your valuables at the beach? Stick them inside a diaper — nobody’s stealing that.

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#6 Always struggling to find the right band-aid? Sort them into various sandwich bags by size, and use the bandages themselves as labels on the front.

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#7 Have a kid who won’t take their medicine? Use a juice box to fake them out.

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#8 Not enough room in your oven for two frozen pizzas? Cut them into quarters, and voila! Geometry!

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#9 Is a company asking for your contact info? List your name as the company’s name, to see which ones are selling your data.

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#10 New pair of heels causing you pain? Break them in at home with a thick pair of wool socks. It’ll give them just the right amount of stretch.

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#11 Frying something in hot oil? Cut the bottom off a two-liter soda bottle, and you’ve got the perfect sleeve to protect you from spatter and burns.

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#12 Always forgetting your wallet at home? Stash a $20 bill inside your phone case so you’re never without cash in a pinch.

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#13 Having trouble calculating a percentage in your head? Just flip it.

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#14 Tired of looking at that unsightly wireless phone charger? Hide it inside a book for a much classier desktop.

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#15 Need a quick fire starter? Shove some dryer lint inside a toilet paper tube for free and easy kindling.

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#16 Dogs always breaking into your trash? Instead of putting your dog in a crate, put your trashcan in a crate!

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#17 Don’t have the right size pan for the recipe? Use aluminum foil to transform any pan into the perfect size.

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#18 Not enough room in your shopping cart? Six-packs of soda bottles can be hung on the side.

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#19 Need a simple and effective way to tell which plug belongs to which appliance? Bread clips are here to save the day.

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#20 Bucket won’t fit in the sink? Use a dustpan to fill it up instead.

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#21 Not enough room in your microwave? Heat two plates at once with the help of a glass.

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#22 Worried about your little kids pinching their fingers in doors? A cut-up pool noodle will save you many tears.

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#23 Tired of loose, open veggie bags in your freezer? Hang them from the freezer shelf using binder clips — it’ll save space, too!

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#24 Got squirrels and chipmunks invading your birdfeeder? Use a slinky to make the pole impossible to climb.

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#25 Want an easy way to cool your wine without watering it down? Toss a few frozen grapes in the glass.

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#26 Sick of the mess in your gift-wrapping drawer? Cut a toilet paper tube for an easy way to keep wrapping paper from unraveling.

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#27 Sick of trying to figure out which earbud goes in which ear? Use different color tips for left and right.

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#28 And finally… Got a dirty screen door? A lint roller is your new best friend.

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