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This Trick Should Help You Save Time In Tying Your Tie

That was quick! Definitely saves you time.

Tying a tie can be a challenge especially when you’ve just started adulting or you need to go to a formal event. If you don’t know the tricks to putting on a tie properly, you would spend a lot of time dwelling on it.

However, there’s this simple trick that would help tie your tie in just five seconds. You won’t even need help from someone else and you don’t need special tools to help you tie it.

Hacks World shares this awesome video showing how you can cleverly put on a tie in a super quick way. It starts by looping the tie around your left hand completely three times. Pinch the fabric altogether and secure it using your right hand. The next thing is you pull the innermost loop out while pushing the rest through it.

Once the rest of the loops are through, take the top and outermost part of the loop and expand it little by little. As you’re pulling, a knot will be formed and also tightened.

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Source: Hacks World

You might need to try it out a few times before getting it right, but once you get the hang of it, you’ll be much quicker and tying your tie will only take you seconds the next time.

Check out the video below and watch it repeatedly if you have to. Follow along the video demonstration and pretty soon you’ll get it.

Watch how to use the looping trick to tie a tie in as fast as five seconds.

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Every Woman Should Learn This Effective Self-Defense Choke Hold

Take note, ladies!

It is an unfortunate fact that a huge number of women are becoming victims of violent crime. According to the statistics shared by the Feminist.com website, “over 22 million women in the United States have been raped in their lifetime” and about “18.3% of women in the United States have survived a completed or attempted rape.” The site further mentioned that “every 90 seconds, somewhere in America, someone is sexually assaulted.”

What makes the situation even sadder is the fact that these numbers are merely for the United States. Just imagine how those figures could blow up if we consider what’s happening elsewhere in the world!

With this in mind, it is extremely obvious that learning self-defense should be a priority for females....

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Your Ultimate Lunchbox Guide: 10 Tips in Choosing The Best Midday Meal Containers

Your kids will thank you. You’ll thank yourself, too.

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For many people, lunch is an essential meal. Especially if you skip breakfast and rely on that midday pick-me-up to refuel your body and get you ready to face the afternoon. And more importantly, to save money on takeouts by packing your own lunch.

If you are looking to purchase a good lunch container for yourself or for your kids, this 10-step guide will be useful in ensuring the noon meal you prepare makes it through half a day without spoiling, leaking, wilting, or looking like something the cat dragged in from the garbage.

The ultimate lunch pack is comprised of the main food box, a water bottle or juice container, and the lunch container which holds the previous two items. Here is a checklist of the best qualities you need to look for in the optimal lunch kit:...

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How to Peel 12 Hard-Boiled Eggs in Just 15 Seconds

Want an easier way to peel off shells from a dozen eggs in under thirty seconds? We’ve got the best hack for that.

You’ve probably gone through so many kitchen hack videos, all telling you how to do stuff the easier or shorter way possible. Truth be told, some work and some don’t. There’s really no way of knowing unless you give it a try.

Peeling off shells from a hard-boiled egg happens to be one of them. It’s a menial task that can get a bit frustrating especially when part of the shell pricks underneath your fingernails. All the more so if you have to peel a dozen of eggs all at the same time.

Luckily, we’ve found an easier way to get all those shells peeled without the hassle. All you have to do is boil the twelve eggs with 1 teaspoon of baking soda. After the eggs have cooled, place all of them in a large container with a lid that locks them in securely. Shake the container for a good fifteen second after which, you’ll find that the egg shells have fallen off by themselves....

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