Having a large wardrobe that has specific draws for shoes is never enough. Buying a beautiful wooden cabinet at the entrance of your house to store the shoes you wear daily is never enough. So, if you need more storage space for your shoes, you can always use old plastic bottles.
Simply cut off the end with a utility knife and stick them together with glue. This way, they won’t fall all over the place and will keep your shoes all in one place in a neat setup. Isn’t it wonderful to discover that when you last bought a bottle of soda, you actually bought much more?
Magnetic Jars for Your Fridge
A surface many people wouldn't think to use is the fridge door, which has a lot of unused surface area. There is more to this kitchen must-have and can't live without device than just keeping our food chilled or frozen. You can easily glue magnetic sheets on your jars of spices and herbs and stick them on your fridge to keep your kitchen organized as well as easy to access.
Just make sure the jars aren't too big or heavy and that the lids are screwed-shut at all times. So, think again next time you're considering buying a magnet for a bit of color and personalization.
Egg Containers for Earrings
You throw out so many egg containers, you might as well save one for storage, right? This hack is super easy and will help you save money on an expensive jewelry organizer. Now you probably won't wonder where that one pair of earrings are or struggle to get them untangled all the time.
This hack is also great when you have little girls in the family. What could be better than having one of these custom-made? On the next rainy Sunday morning, grab onto that egg container, and start sorting out your jewelry. Your little child will be thrilled.
An Easier Way to Make Meatballs
Making meatballs can be a messy business, but there’s a way to make it easier and a little less...messy. Most kids will go for spaghetti and meatballs any night of the week, so this next hack is one that simply can't be avoided. It has to be done. Just grab one of your trusty ice cream scoops!
After you prepare the meat and spices, use the ice cream scoop to scrape up the meat mixture and easily create a ball shape. This leaves you with nearly perfect-sized and shaped meatballs while your hands stay a lot cleaner.
No More Crying Over Onions
Even if you like the taste of onions, you have to admit that preparing them can be a hassle. The chemicals that they give off when you cut through the many layers make your eyes burn, make you tear up, and make you need to blow your nose too frequently for food prep.
If you find yourself dealing with this far too often, just put on a pair of goggles. Yes, yes, the same ones you use when you go swimming. If they can keep out water, they can keep out the stinging sensation of cutting onions. It's all about using resources properly, and this surely counts.