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13 Tips on How to Survive Wild Animal Attacks

11 Jan

 

How to pack for travel

27 Jul

Foggy Windshield?

30 Jul

Buy a chalkboard eraser and keep it in the glove box of your car. When the windows fog, rub with the eraser! Works better than a cloth!

8 DIY Smartphone Photographyt Tips

19 Jul

7 Smartphone photography tips & tricks

25 Dec

Open Stubborn Snack Bags

14 Jul

bag-coins

Sometimes snack bags are not as easy to open as expected. You can open them using two coins as a scissors:

Place two coins on the opposite sides of the bag (close together) and squeeze the bag with your thumbs, as seen in the picture.

Cold water bottle

19 Jun

cold-water-bottle

Fill the water bottle a quarter and put it into the freezer. When you need it, just fill it with water to have cold water on the go.

Avoid tangled necklaces while traveling

6 Jun

Thread your chain through a plastic drinking straw to avoid tangled necklaces while traveling.

Make fire with a steel wool and a 9-volt battery

30 Aug

Don’t have any matches or a lighter on hand but just happen to have fine steel wool and a 9-volt battery? Rub ’em together and you’ve got fire.


How to make fire with chocolate and Coke

16 Aug

This survival trick tutorial is for setting a fire on polishing the bottom of a Coke can with chocolate to focus sunlight on tinder and ignite a fire. You know, for all those times you go wilderness camping and remember the snacks but forget the lighter.