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  • hey guys!! Its Wengie, welcome back

  • And... hug!

  • So today I'm doing some more life hacks for you guys

  • because you guys love them

  • so do I.

  • Its probably just an excuse for me to try out more life hacks and show them to you guys

  • 'cause, I secretly love them. I'm obsessed with them

  • so I hope you guys enjoy the ones I have for you for today .

  • Oh my gosh guys, its been raining here and storming so much

  • so I'm sorry if the footage is a little bit dark

  • because yeah, we just had no good daylight lately

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  • Lets get this video to 148,000 thumbs up. That would literally be amazing guys!

  • And I really wanna take a moment right now to celebrate my #notificationsquad .

  • If you guys have notification turned on, you guys rock, because I don't know what's happening with YouTube these days

  • but, like, sometimes it just does not get to you guys...

  • and without a further a do, let's get on the video.

  • Let's go!

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  • Mmm, chips are my fav' companion while

  • watching Netflix, but I always try not to

  • eat the whole bag, cause y'know, health reasons.

  • So finding a way to seal it is the bane of my existence,

  • and it always ends up stale.

  • [Sad Violin]

  • There are a lot of hacks out there for sealing your chip bag,

  • but I thought this one was so neat and creative

  • that I had to share it with you guys.

  • You basically need two large straws, like

  • boba straws. Simply cut one straw

  • all the way from end to end,

  • then roll the end of the chip bag around

  • the other straw, and secure it with the

  • cut one. This is probably

  • the most air-tight seal I've seen,

  • and it looks super neat and cute,

  • and honestly, I've never seen

  • a sealed chip bag look this awesome!

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  • Don't you hate it when you get home and fumble around, looking for the right house key,

  • because all your keys look exactly

  • the same? Yeah. This happens

  • to me a lot. And the more of a rush

  • I'm in, the longer it usually

  • takes for me to find the right key. Go figure.

  • But you can solve this really easily by using some different colored nail polish

  • just coat the top half of the key with your nail polish and use a different color for each key.

  • Just let them dry and you have super cute looking, color coded keys.

  • And the most fun part is that you can play with glitter and different colors!

  • So just remember which color is for what

  • and that's it. No more fumbling around!

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  • If you're storing food in the freezer, it's a good idea to

  • use a freezer bag so there isn't too much ice formation on your food.

  • Otherwise known as freezer burn.

  • You should also try to remove as much air from the bag as possible!

  • and there are vaccum bags out there but if are having

  • trouble doing this manually heres a cool trick!

  • Simply fill up a large bowl of water

  • and dump your bag into the water while leaving the very top outside and seal it!

  • And you're done! see how all the air is gone?

  • and the bag is completly sticking to the food, that what you want!

  • Basically, the pressure of the water around the bag

  • pushes all of the excess air out automatically,

  • which is much easier than manually trying to do it.

  • It works with just about anything

  • and it's so easy to do,

  • so definitely give this a go next time.

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  • I don't know if this happens to you, but

  • I just find some cans particularly painful

  • to open.

  • Maybe I have

  • super soft hands...

  • at least I like to think that,

  • but most likely, I'm just weak.

  • But if you have this problem, too, I have the solution.

  • Just take a spoon and use it as a lever

  • against the rim of the can.

  • You won't hurt your finger of you won't accidentally cut yourself, either.

  • Opening your can has never been so safe.

  • Hehe.

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  • Ever tried hanging a painting

  • on a tall

  • hook?

  • It's not much fun, especially

  • if you're a shortie like me.

  • Like, I could never just hook it

  • on the first go,

  • and by the fifth attempt, my

  • arms are hurting.

  • Maybe I should do

  • some weights.

  • Hehe.

  • Anyways, there's

  • actually a hack for this,

  • and it's using a fork!

  • Simply stick the fork prongs

  • into the hook

  • and let the handle

  • of the fork fall

  • away from the wall.

  • That way, you can easily

  • loop your painting over the fork.

  • It'll slide right down on top of the hook!

  • Pretty neat trick, right?

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  • If you tie your shoelaces like

  • this, you'd be considered

  • "Pretty Normal"

  • but if you want to tie your shoelaces like

  • ninja,

  • here's how.

  • Grab each shoelace, but leave

  • your thumb and index finger free.

  • Then wrap your thumb and index fingers around the shoelace,

  • turning opposite directions.

  • Then grab the shoelace of the other hand

  • with a pincer grip

  • and pull it through. And

  • you're done!

  • This is easier with longer

  • laces, but with a little practice,

  • you'll get faster and faster,

  • and this will all become second nature

  • and the next time you tie your laces in front of anyone,

  • they will be so impressed!

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  • If you own a

  • pair of slippers

  • when they're gripped,

  • this might have happened to you. (Oooooww!)

  • A quick and easy fix

  • is to use a hot glue gun

  • to glue some patterns on the soles

  • of the slippers

  • That'll give it some extra grip, and

  • possibly save yourself from a nasty fall

  • and some bruises.

  • Make sure all the glue has been completely

  • dried and hardened,

  • so you don't leave any glue residue on your floors.

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  • Everyone forgets their keys

  • once in a while.

  • Myself, probably more than most.

  • But don't make the mistake of putting your spare

  • key

  • in a super obvious place,

  • like, under the doormats or under a pot-plant.

  • because you won't know who will get their hands on it. (BEEP)

  • Instead, just take an inconspicuous rock from your garden

  • and a small container.

  • Hot glue your rock onto the container and place

  • your spare key inside.

  • Then dig out a small hole in your garden and hide

  • the container inside it

  • Cover the top with some dirt, and your'e

  • done!

  • it looks completely camouflaged

  • and only you will know where the key is by identifying the rock

  • you used.

  • Genius!

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  • My earphones always

  • end up super tangled in my bag

  • no matter how long they've been in there for.

  • But you can easily fix this problem by using a simple

  • bread tag.

  • Just wrap