Life Made Easy: Practical Tips and Hacks for Everyday Living

by Dan Sullivan

We live in a dynamic world that is ever-changing. As a result, we are also subject to those changes and are impacted in one way or another. A way of how we can better cope with life in general and just any other activity is by learning tips and hacks that would simplify them. There are tips and hacks for literally anything, for instance we could learn hacks on how to plant lettuce that grows within two weeks, how to use time in the morning more effectively, or how to avoid beginner mistakes in blackjack. In other words, whatever the case, there is a tip or hack about it. In today's article we will talk about the most common tips and hacks that everyone should know for everyday living that make our life easier and more practical.

Life Made Easy: Practical Tips and Hacks for Everyday Living
Life Made Easy: Practical Tips and Hacks for Everyday Living

Organizing your space

One of the most straightforward hacks that someone can give to make life easier is to organize your space, be it your office, desk or entire home. One of the tips on how to keep your space organized is to put everything in its own place, once used. Usually, we tend to make a mess in one place because we don't put things in their own place but keep them all as near to where we are. However, we suggest that for example, once you have used a utensil in the kitchen, to clean and put it back right after where it belongs. The same applies to your desk, once you are done with your notebook, put it back in the drawer and don't just overflow your space with things.

Prioritize and Delegate

Right after organizing, you must prioritize, which is also a way of organizing to be honest. By prioritizing, you give importance to the important things and by doing so, you can use your time more effectively. Some of the hacks on how you can prioritize important tasks include evaluating the importance of one task, considering deadlines, planning, reviewing and delegating, practicing self-discipline, and so forth. Once you have done so, your day is more organized and the things that need to be done are accomplished by the end of it. Thus, you have to be aware of what is more and what is less important, so you can focus on the right thing according to their level of significance.

Adopt Time-Saving Habits

We all know how worthy time is and it is true that we all try to use this valuable resource as wisely as possible. To be able to use our time effectively, we must adopt time-saving habits that would allow us to stay on track and on schedule. One of the most common time-saving habits that will buy you time is, for example, meal preparation for the whole week. If you are done with meals and you simply need to heat them up and eat them, then you are saving yourself the time you'd spend every day thinking about what you will eat for dinner. Additionally, you can use productivity apps that will help you have a to-do list which you can follow during the day and make sure that you won't forget something.

Manage your Finances

If you are a shopaholic like me, then this tip is for you. Instead of spending an unreasonable amount of money on clothes each and every month, you can organize your finances and set up a budget for how much you want to spend on everything. This way, you can track your expenses and be aware of how much you are spending on each thing. Just like with the productivity apps, you can use finance software that will help you in bill management and budget planning. These apps will allow you to delegate a certain amount of money for everything, starting off with rent, groceries, shopping and so forth. In addition to that, you can also try to minimize unnecessary expenses and think about what you could do in the future if you'd rather save that money.

Practice Self-Care

This is the last tip we will present in this article, but it is by no means less important. Self-care is a hot topic nowadays because of the abundance of influences we have in our lives, particularly from the social media platforms. Instead of just spending time on your phone, try to incorporate self-care practices in your day, such as meditating, working out, reading or just doing any hobby that you enjoy. This is undoubtedly the most important hack of them all, because if you care about yourself, you will see that it will reflect on your overall well-being, and consequently, your day will be more pleasant and manageable.


To sum up, life doesn't have to be a struggle all the time. We may make our routines simpler, feel less stressed, and enjoy life more by putting useful advice and tricks into practice. A few tactics that can change our life include prioritizing work, organizing our physical and mental spaces, forming time-saving routines, and engaging in self-care. When adopted and incorporated into our way of life, these approaches can result in a simpler, more rewarding life.

About Dan Sullivan

Dan Sullivan is a renowned professor and esteemed education writer with a passion for inspiring students and transforming the field of education. With a diverse background in academia and practical teaching experience, he has become a leading figure in educational research and pedagogy.

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