Desk Broom Tidy

An organised desk leads to an organised mind, so get yours in order by just inverting a broom head to store most of the junk on your tabletop, like pens and office stationery, and even create a cool charger dock for your smartphone.
Needless to say, you should get yourself a new broom head and not a used one for this.
There is a natural space in the middle of the bristles of each broom head where the holes for the broom handle are. This is where your phone will be housed while charging. Take your scissors and trim up that space until your phone slides in and out easily. BE CAREFUL! If you cut too much away your phone will not stand up straight.
Take your phone charging cable and feed it through the bristles into the hole that has the threads, USB end first. Pull it all the way through so the end that plugs into your phone is just sticking up above the bristle tops


Lazy Susan

It is a quick tip that might just make life on the top shelf of your fridge a little easier.
Digging through the back of your fridge to find a certain ingredient is a pain. Instead, use a Lazy Susan to bring that food to you!


Add Some Fizz

Add some zing to your next cocktail party by using lollipops to stir your cocktails. By choosing lollipop colours that go well with your drink will make your drinks look great and add that extra bit of personal fizzy touch.
I have heard that lime lollipops go well with vodka tonics. What other flavour and colour combinations do you think would go well together?


Oil Up

Whether you are adding honey to tea, or you need to measure any sticky substance, it will generally stick. This does not just happen with things like honey and syrup, but even with vegetable shortening or sour cream. If you want to get an accurate measurement and save yourself some cleaning, then this tip is just for you.

Oil Up

When baking, you use butter or oil to keep your cookies (or whatever you are making) from sticking to the pan. Similarly, if you want to prevent anything from sticking to a spoon or measuring cup, just add some oil. This is particularly convenient if your recipe calls for oil already because you can just measure out the oil first. If it does not, just pour a little drop in the measuring device and spread it around with a napkin or paper towel. This little amount of effort will make cleaning easier later.