*The beginning of the Dream Product Line*
The Node Space Outlet.
Basically bills itself as a new type of outlet that eliminates the need for a power strip. Just plug in anywhere along the square.
This is a concept idea from a Japanese company called Metaphys (Hit Google Translate if you can’t read it). So it’s not for sale because it doesn’t exist yet. It seems pretty risky of a product too, considering you could jam what looks like 12 to 16 plugs in maximum, and that’s just asking for a blown fuse. 

*The beginning of the Dream Product Line*

The Node Space Outlet.

Basically bills itself as a new type of outlet that eliminates the need for a power strip. Just plug in anywhere along the square.

This is a concept idea from a Japanese company called Metaphys (Hit Google Translate if you can’t read it). So it’s not for sale because it doesn’t exist yet. It seems pretty risky of a product too, considering you could jam what looks like 12 to 16 plugs in maximum, and that’s just asking for a blown fuse. 

lifehackprofessional:

I realize that as of late, I haven’t been able to keep on track for my schedule, since working and several real life issues keep popping up, so here’s a bonus hack I’ve been meaning to find for myself again. The titular man guiding us on our journey of tying our shoes in the best fashion in Misha Collins, who plays Castiel from Supernatural.

In any case, this is a pretty good solution, since the other two methods have led to frayed or frequently untied shoes at work and in real life.

The past few weeks, I’ve been planning on reblogging/ compiling the MOST useful lifehacks (the creme de le creme, as it were). This was one of them, since it’s made work a lot easier.

But I have a glowing testimony and addition to this from my girlfriend who is in Europe for vacation.

  • After two days of nonstop walking, she taught this knot to several people and shoelace problems pretty much dried up. 
  • She recommends this knot for Bikini’s as well, as it made beachgoing much easier. The bikini held up all day.

"Use Deodorant before bed for maximum effectiveness."
This one I was a little skeptical of, but the logic checks out. When you go to bed, your body temperature is cooler, so you’re sweating less. This allows the antiperspirant to seep into the pores and clog them. This also signals to the body to stop perspiring, which can make the effects last up to 24 hours, even if you shower the next morning. Despite how clogging the sweat ducts sounds unhealthy, according to health experts consulted it is not. 
I’d say put the antiperspirant on the night before, and preferred smelling one (if you have one) on in the morning. And as always, use spray deodorant with restraint, no one loves smelling noxious chemicals in overdose when they get into a crowded area with you.

"Use Deodorant before bed for maximum effectiveness."

This one I was a little skeptical of, but the logic checks out. When you go to bed, your body temperature is cooler, so you’re sweating less. This allows the antiperspirant to seep into the pores and clog them. This also signals to the body to stop perspiring, which can make the effects last up to 24 hours, even if you shower the next morning. Despite how clogging the sweat ducts sounds unhealthy, according to health experts consulted it is not. 

I’d say put the antiperspirant on the night before, and preferred smelling one (if you have one) on in the morning. And as always, use spray deodorant with restraint, no one loves smelling noxious chemicals in overdose when they get into a crowded area with you.

scruffysheep:

thehijackbunny:

silversteampunk:

I used this image because I’ve seen it posted without a source SO many times.  (I’m looking at you Disney fandom)

Artwork - [x]

I’m gonna go ahead and signal boost the living fuck out of this.

THIS

This is a pretty good system. Also good for just finding more of the images if neccessary

(via annabaechase)

Found on Instructables.

This is a pretty damn good Urban Survival Kit.

Includes:

  • Leatherman Juice S2
  • USB Drive
  • Tiny LED light
  • Cord
  • First Aid Supplies and Instruction Guide
  • Writing Implements (Ballpoint Pen, Pencil, Paper)
  • Duct Tape and SuperGlue
  • Fire (Zippo, Matches, or Sparker)
  • Sewing Kit
  • Condoms
  • Toothbrush
  • Space Blanket

This guide explains benefits and uses of each in case you get confused about a couple, but one of the comments included another item I think is important: Emergency Cash. Drop a $20 or $50 in case of needing food, a cab ride, whatever.

omgthatdressxx:

How to Pack Luggage?

Like a similar video I’ve posted before, this is a helpful little packing guide. Useful for people who are traveling this summer. It’s easier to pack like this and travel around rather than just get as many bags as you can manage.

(via sorrowulf)

happyvibes-healthylives:

Ready to Blend Smoothie Packs

Fun and easy way to make smoothies this summer, and to save all the delicious fruit from the farmer’s market you’ll hit up. 

wasdplz:

equiusrumpus:

though i’d share since it’s been hot as butts lately

OMFG I’M DOING THIS

I DON’T THINK YOU UNDERSTAND MY OBSESSION WITH SLURPEES

A great summer hack to start you guys off. Keep cool, stay thirsty and have fun.

thecakebar:

36 Homemade Popsicle Recipes By Artsy Mama

1. Rainbow Pudding Pops by Sandy Toes and Popsicles
2. Raspberry Limeade Ice Pops
 by Poofy Cheeks
3. Orange Julius Popsicles
 by A Night Owl
4. Banana Split on a Stick
 by Damy Health
5. Mango Popsicles
 by Katy She Cooks
6. Root Beer Float Pops
 by Erin Cooks
7. Pineapple Coconut Cilantro Popsicles
 by Keep Your Diet Real
8. Blackberry and Lime Popsicles
 by Baked Bree
9. Chocolate and Salted Caramel Pudding Pops
 by Endless Simmer
10. Lemonade Stand Popsicles by Somewhere Splendid
11. Cereal and Milk Popsicles by The Little Foodie
12. Pomegranate Yogurt Pops by The Kitchn
13. Easy, Creamy, Lemon Dream Popsicles by Whipped
14. Fresh Fruit Popsicles by PopSugar
15. Peanut Butter Oreo Popsicles by Pass the Sushi

16. Berry Yogurt Popsicles by SkinnyTaste
17. Peaches and Cream Popsicles by My Baking Addiction
18. Frozen Smoothie Pops
 by Culinary
19. Boston Cream Pie Popsicles by Something Swanky
20. Homemade Frozen Jello Pops
 by For the Love of Food
21. Chocolate Covered Strawberry Popsicles
 by Chocolate & Carrots
22. Sunshine Pops
 by Martha Stewart
23. Chocolate Kiwi Popsicles
 by ShowFood Chef
24. Lemonade & Strawberry Cheesecake Popsicles
 by Eat Good 4 Life
25. Honeydew Popsicles by Pass the Sushi
26. Watermelon Pops by Kraft
27. Chocolate Covered Peanut Butter Popsicles by All Day I Dream About Food
28. Cookies and Cream Popsicles by Just Baked
29. Nutella Fudgesicles by Daily Waffle
30. Mango Orange Yogurt Popsicles by 6 Bittersweets
31. Strawberry Shortcake Popsicles by Bakers Royale
32. Chocolate Cheesecake Ice Pops by Babble
33. Piña Colada Popsicles
 by Becoming Bettty
34. Double Rainbow Quick Pops
 by Zoku
35. Ice Pops
 by Bakerella
36. Samoa Popsicles
 My Baking Addiction

This has been sitting in my drafts box since I began this blog. Mainly because I started in August and Summer Hacks were kind of pointless heading into Winter. 

Delicious Recipes, and who doesn’t love popsicles. HAVE AT THEE

(via lifehacksforlater)