With how advanced we are these days, almost everything we come into contact with has a very specific and efficient use. Naturally, food containers are some of those well-thought out inventions that we use in our daily lives.
But while you think you might be getting the most out of your food containers, you might actually only be scratching the surface. Just check out how you can properly use them.
#1. Soda can tabs are there to hold your straw in place.
It keeps your straw stable, so you no longer need to do that awkward straw-chasing mouth thing when you’re looking at something else while looking to have a drink.
#2. Oreo trays are for milk.
You can get through the middle row of cookies in mere minutes. And once done, just fill up that entire middle row for hassle-free milk dunking. Just make sure the container is completely intact, lest you spill your milk.
#3. Tic Tac containers dispense one Tic Tac at a time.
Give the container a shake and hold it horizontally while opening the tab. Voila! One perfectly portioned Tic Tac.
#4. Fold your yogurt container in half to mix in the honey.
Don’t be the neanderthal that dips your spoon in both containers – while never getting the right proportion. Just bend and pour the toppings right into the yogurt, mix, and enjoy!
#5. Soda cup lids are coasters.
All those ridges on the lid perfectly match up to the bottom of the cup, so you won’t have to worry about watermarks on your tables!
#6. Unfold your Chinese takeout boxes.
Yes, they’re handy folded up if you want to walk around while eating but when you’re sitting down and actually enjoying your meal, you can un-tuck the sides of the takeout box to reveal a plate. That way, you can wave goodbye to greasy chow mein-smelling hands!
#7. Ketchup containers are the same as the takeout boxes.
You can fan them out and get more ketchup on your container. It also eliminates the problem of how to dunk bigger bits of food into such a tiny container.
11 Life Skills That Score Awesome Career Points for your Resume
You’ll be surprised at how valuable employers will find your skill set.
Did you know that some things you learned outside of the classroom can be useful when you enter the workplace? Yes, a lot of life skills can make their transition from real life into a resume to wow headhunters.
Here are 11 life skills you may have that will see you in good stead in today’s job market:
#1. Social media proficiency.
If you have the knack for knowing when the best time of the day it is to post something, and how to rack up likes and shares, you’re a shoo-in for careers that require the same kind of optimization based on testing and learning....
Tibetan Monk Shows How to Master Meditation in Seconds to Quiet Our “Monkey” Minds
It can be done anytime and anywhere…even if you only have a minute to spare.
People have a lot of misconceptions about meditation. Some think you have to be by yourself in a quiet place and assume a requisite position to meditate. Others think you have to thoroughly empty your mind of all thoughts to be successful.
However, Tibetan Buddhist master Mingyur Rinpoche debunked all that misunderstanding.
We all have the ability to meditate anytime and anywhere.
Instead of concentrating on blocking thoughts and emotions, Rinpoche said we only need to focus on what’s happening inside our head....
13 Ways to Make Yourself Appear Smart in Meetings
Even if you really aren’t.
Let’s face it, a lot of corporate meetings are a waste of time and don’t often accomplish much. Still, office head honchos insist on having them, if only to feel they’re on top of the game.
Writer and comedian, Sarah Cooper came up with some cleverly witty ways you can trick colleagues and bosses into appearing smart during these meetings.
Here are 13 tongue-in-cheek tricks to nail those officious conferences and appearing extremely bright while doing so:
#1. Show how valuable your time is by initiating a “hard stop.”