Lifehacks for lazy people
I was lazy once, too. I hated doing anything that requires effort or energy, and when it came to my work, I would always choose the most convenient option. In fact, this habit of mine led me to become one of those people who would rather take a nap on their office chair than go through the process of working in an office environment with other people around them who are trying to get stuff done as well!
Well…now it’s time for me to change my ways! Here are some lifehacks for lazy people:
Sleep with your socks on and turn up the heater a bit. Do it 30 minutes before you go to sleep to warm up your body. You will feel much easier when you need to get out of the bed in the morning.
One of the easiest ways to get more rest is by sleeping in your socks and turning up the heat a bit. Do this 30 minutes before you go to sleep so that your body can warm up before bed. You will feel much easier when getting out of bed in the morning!
When you need to brush your teeth and wash your face, just do it in the shower! It saves time, water and everything else!
You can use the shower to brush your teeth or wash your face while you’re in there. That way, you don’t have to worry about getting water all over the sink or bathroom floor. And because it’s easy for me to clean up afterwards (and I’m pretty sure everyone else is too), this is one of my favorite lifehacks for lazy people!
Keep your ketchup/mayonnaise bottle upside down so it won’t stick to the bottle cap whenever you open it.
To keep your ketchup/mayonnaise bottle upside down so it won’t stick to the bottle cap whenever you open it, simply place the cap on top of the bottle and turn it clockwise until it’s facing downward. This will make sure that when you remove your ketchup or mayonnaise from the bottle, no matter how much pressure is applied by other objects nearby, they won’t be able to pull their way out with them!
If you’re lazy to do squats or any other exercise your trainer suggested, just go for a run but with high knees and butt kicks. You’re running and doing body movements at the same time! Brilliant!
You can do squats while running, butt kicks while running, high knees and all the other stuff that your trainer told you to do for the last 10 years. But why?
- You’re getting a full body workout with only one exercise.
- It doesn’t take long at all – maybe 2 minutes if you’re really good at it!
- It’s fun and makes people smile (for example).
Roll clothes instead of folding them. They don’t take up as much space.
Rolling your clothes is a great way to save time and space. It’s easier to store, carry, pack and fold. Plus you can roll up sweaters in one of these nifty drawstring bags so they won’t get wrinkled while traveling or traveling with children!
Rolling clothes also makes it easy when trying on something new because there’s no folding necessary!
Put a keychain on anything that can be lost easily (keys, pen drive, etc.) so you won’t have a hard time looking for those stuffs anymore!
If you’re like me, it can be hard to find your stuff. Keys, phone and pen drive are among the most common items that I lose often. Putting a keychain on anything that can be lost easily (keys, pen drive etc.) so you won’t have a hard time looking for those stuffs anymore!
- Use a keychain to keep track of your stuff. It’s cheap and easy to find at any store or online marketplace. The best part is that there are so many designs out there! You don’t have to spend much money at all if you want something pretty basic like this one here: https://www.’https://www..com/#keychain/details?id=1321038
Use vacuum sealed bags to save space when packing (also come in handy when traveling)
This is a great lifehack for people who are always struggling to pack their things. Vacuum sealed bags are useful for both packing and traveling, as they can be used to store liquids without leaking, which is particularly important when you’re traveling abroad. They also work well for storing food!
Put toothpaste on breakouts overnight, they’ll dry out as they dry instead of getting irritated by rubbing them with creams.
- If you have pimples, put toothpaste on them overnight.
- Do not rub in the toothpaste, it will be fine overnight.
- Use a special acne toothpaste (like this one) instead of regular minty stuff.
We hope you found these hacks helpful. You can try them out and see how much time they save you!