Sometimes, life can be rough. What are you supposed to do when your friends are coming over and you can't find the corkscrew? Or when you really want iced coffee, but don't want to water it down with melted ice? Don't worry. #eHowHacks are here to help.
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Peel Bananas the Right Way
That moment you realize you've been peeling bananas wrong your entire life.
Make Perfect Pancakes Everytime
Use a clean squeeze bottle to dispense pancake mix for no-mess, perfectly circular pancakes.
Drink Delicious Iced Coffee
Instead of adding ice to your home brew, pour it over frozen coffee you've made in an ice tray. You'll never drink watered down iced coffee again, and you'll get more caffeine.
Reorganize Your Freezer With Binder Clips
Use binder clips to seal and hang packaged foods in the freezer to save space and keep things organized. Genius.
Open a Bottle of Wine With an Air Pump
Air pumps: a genius invention to solve some of life's greatest woes -- like flat bicycle tires, inflatable pool toys and opening bottles of wine.
Open a Wine Bottle with a Shoe
Don't have an air pump? Just use a shoe! Seriously, no excuses.
Keep Apples From Turning Brown
A sliced apple is a delicious, healthy afternoon snack. Don't worry about it turning brown -- this hack keeps your apples crispy and fresh.
Use Fresh Fruit Instead of Ice Cubes
Whether you want to add some flavor to your water or keep a sparkling drink cold without watering it down, this hack is for you. And yes, this is what you're mimosa has been missing all along.
Don't Settle For Stale Snacks
Who actually buys chip clips? Use an old bottle cap to make a genius snack dispenser and keep your snacks fresh.
Figure Out the Art of the Chopstick
Stop asking the waiter to bring you a fork, and use a rubber band and the chopstick wrapper to eat your sushi like the foodie you are.
Related: Watch the entire how-to video here.
Make Lemon Garnishes like a Pro
Peeling and slicing just got a whole lot fancier, and easier!
DIY Soda Slushy
Craving a slushy? Make one at home with this simple food (and life) hack.