36 Little Things That Will Actually Make Your Life Better

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What if you found out that there are some daily activities you’ve been doing wrong? For instance, things that happen in the kitchen, which relate to cleaning or other kinds of small things. For example, how many times have you searched for your keys or wallet in the morning and just couldn’t remember where you put them? A nice and elegant solution for this, would be to place them in the shoes you’ll wear the next day, so you won’t have to look for them while in a hurry. Or an idea that would be handy in the kitchen: buy a sponge holder so you’ll never again use your sponge. Ideas like this and more, can make our lives much easier even if they are little things. They can also bring us joy, such as the tip of placing a 10 dollar bill in one of your pockets, forgetting about it and then finding it again, when you are in need. For more little tricks that will make your life better, take a look at the list below.

1. Keep your keys and your wallet in the shoes you’ll wear the next day.

That way if you switch bags or pants pockets, you won't forget them. You can also get this free printable to hang near your door as a reminder.

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That way if you switch bags or pants pockets, you won’t forget them. You can also get this free printable to hang near your door as a reminder.

2. Or, just buy this rug:

Get it here. Dog not included.

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Get it here. Dog not included.

3. Put a treat on your actual grocery list.

You’re less likely to impulse buy seven bags of chips if you’ve already planned to treat yourself to something yummy.

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You’re less likely to impulse buy seven bags of chips if you’ve already planned to treat yourself to something yummy.

 

 

 

4. Put fun (and funny) things on your to-do list.

It will make your impending tasks seem less tedious and also ensure that you make time in your busy schedule for a little fun. Plus, who doesn’t love crossing one more thing off their list when they are done?

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It will make your impending tasks seem less tedious and also ensure that you make time in your busy schedule for a little fun. Plus, who doesn’t love crossing one more thing off their list when they are done?

5. Keep a running “Ta-Da” list of things you’ve accomplished.

Instead of things you still have to do, make a list of things you’ve already done toward a specific goal and add to it every day.

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Instead of things you still have to do, make a list of things you’ve already done toward a specific goal and add to it every day.

 

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