Take pictures of bus timetables and maps so you always have a reference, take pictures of the inside of your fridge/cupboards before you go to the supermarket so you can check what you already have, take pictures of your friends holding things you’ve lent them so you won’t forget.
To me, life hacking is how to hack my life (for happiness in my case), not how to hack the things in my life.
3. Outsource the Initial FaceStalk.
“Does drinking alcohol make passing a drug test better or worse?”
I keep seeing them lately, articles on all of my favorite web sites, stuff like, “Check out these awesome life hacks!” and then you click through a bunch of pictures to find out tips and tricks that supposedly make everyday life a little easier.
People most remember the first and last things to occur, and barely the middle…
Firstly, I want you to know that you shouldn’t believe everything you see – even the things with perfect Valencia filters and the most witty captions.
Knowing what you deserve is the hardest part. Admitting what you want is the second hardest. It’s okay to think you deserve everything. In fact, you should think this way. You should want all the things.
I’m here to help you with a very easy life hack to make you a bad ass even if you like the Big Bang Theory.
Whatever the hell kind of dating/romance dynamic we’re in.