Congratulations! You’ve just found the most helpful website on the internet. Give yourself a big pat on the back because your life is about to change for the better. You’ll now be able to get free food on your birthday, catch a liar in the act, nail that job interview, stop mosquito bites from itching, charge your phone faster, and even survive a zombie apocalypse!
Let me introduce myself, my name is Jack Grace and I’ve been running 1001lifehacks.com since 2014. I have amassed over 1,000,000 followers on Facebook, Instagram, Tumblr, etc. I even turned the idea into a book… and then another few books.
So what even is a life hack? Well, life hacks have been around since the dawn of time, but they’ve just never had a title attached to them—until now. I still remember the first life hack I ever used. When I was a kid my grandma taught me an old trick that cured my hiccups within seconds. I was amazed! Well, I was mostly just happy to get back to playing soccer so quickly. But to this day, any time I get the hiccups, I still use her trick and poof, they’re gone.
I started to realize that my grandma wasn’t the only person that had secret tricks like this up their sleeve. Everyone seemed to have their own kind of tip or shortcut they used to hack their way through life. But imagine you could take everyone’s tips, tricks, and shortcuts and put them all in one place; how great would that be? Oh wait, that’s right, that’s the website you’re on right now!
Each of these life hacks entries have been pulled from various sources around the Internet as well as from user submissions from my email subscribers. They’re broken down into categories from technology to cures and solutions, so you can decide which aspect of your life you’d like to improve upon and start from there.