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‘Food Cubby’ Invented By A Kid, Keeps Food Separated And Parents Are Loving It

“This is the slickest little idea for serving meals to kids on ‘grown-up’ plates!”

Are you one of those people who doesn’t like it when your food are touching each other on your plate? Does your child hate it when their veggies are getting too close to their chicken nuggets? Then the Food Cubby is the awesome new kitchen gadget for you. The portable divider keeps any runny food from spreading all over your plate and parents are already loving it. Amazingly, the Food Cubby was actually invented by a kid!

Food Cubby is a BPA-free silicone gadget that you can attach to your plates. Called “food dividers,” it also functions as a means to “push food onto utensils or separate food.” In addition to that, the separator can help you control portions if you’re trying to watch what you eat. It also comes in kid-friendly colors like bright green or orange.

The Food Cubby is your newest kitchen helper.

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It helps keep food separated for your picky eater.

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The product is made of microwaveable food-safe silicone and is dishwasher safe.

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The full description for Food Cubby reads as follows:

“The ORIGINAL Food Cubby food divider, invented by a kid, suctions to flat, smooth plates to keep runny food from spreading. The Food Cubby keeps food separated on plates you already own, so you don’t have to buy and store plastic divider plates. It also provides an “edge” to push food onto utensils for people who might need that help at meal time. Good for special needs, elderly, vision impaired, and occupational therapy needs at meal time. Also, holds 1/2 cup of food within its walls for portion control and nutrition. The Food Cubby was created by a kid inventor!”

So how effective is the Food Cubby? Parents are already leaving rave reviews about the gadget and how it absolutely helps in getting kids to eat.

Interestingly, kids aren’t the only ones who are using the Food Cubby. Even adults admit to using the food divider for nutritional and personal reasons. The Food Cubby is available on Amazon.

What do you think of this awesome kitchen gadget invented by a truly clever kid? Let us know in the comments below.

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25 Zip Tie Hacks That Can Help You Save Time And Money

I’ve never thought of #4 before.

Zip ties are just one of those things that seem to have an infinite amount of uses. Obviously, they’re good for tying groups of objects together, but that can mean so many things.

Zip ties were invented in 1958 for the purpose of corralling wiring on airplanes. Since that time, zip ties have found their way into many different industries because they’re inexpensive, easy to use, and surprisingly strong. Here are 25 easy zip tie hacks that can help you save time and money.

1. Secure your luggage.

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Writing Aid Grip Teaches Kids How To Hold A Pencil Correctly

Help kids quickly learn the correct position for writing.

Learning to hold a pencil correctly is an important skill for preschoolers. Truth be told, many young children come to school still holding their pencil in a fist. While this is okay for toddlers who are just learning how to color, preschoolers and kindergarteners should be able to hold their pencil with their thumb and pointer finger.

Pencil grip is one of those things that is really hard to re-teach if kids initially learn it incorrectly. Thankfully, there’s a product in the market that could teach your kids how to hold a pencil properly, and it’s called, well, what else? “Pencil Grips.”

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12 Money Saving Tips That Rich People Follow

Don’t be fooled! Real rich people don’t flood your social media feeds bragging about their lifestyle.

The media likes to paint a certain picture of what it means to be rich — huge mansions, expensive cars, luxurious items, and more. If you buy into that image, being rich may feel like an impossible dream.

But the truth is that most rich people live very normal lives. The only thing that sets them apart from those who are trying hard to be rich is that they live by a set of rules that help them manage their money. Here are 12 money saving tips that rich people follow.

1. The 24-hour rule.

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