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I just heard about this at physical therapy! Homemade Ice packs: 1 part rubbing alcohol to 3 parts water, gets really cold, but never hardens so you can manipulate it. every athlete (or mom) should pin this!

19. Place a damp paper towel over your leftovers while microwaving. Place a damp paper towel over your leftovers while microwaving. One thing that sucks about leftovers is how the rice/pasta hardens up. This trick steams and rehydrates your food.

Easy way to dispose of meat drippings: Cool about 10-15 minutes, pour into Chobani yogurt cup. Freeze. On garbage day remove from freezer and let sit for a few minutes. tip out into garbage. Wash and reuse or recycle cup. I like Chobani cups because I LOVE Chobani, and because of the shape: no bumps or edges to hold the frozen lump in. I like the 16 ounce size because it has a snap on top. The lid is not spill proof though, so be careful until it's frozen well.

Forget the spice rack!! Use a mop holder to store spices on the inside of a cabinet door. (no more searching through the deep cupboard for that one spice!)

Use a hot glue gun to apply a zig zag pattern on the arms of your plastic hangers to prevent all your wide-necked shirts from falling off. Works like a charm!

Use curtain rods on the inside of cabinet doors to hold your pot lids. Neat.

The trick is to put the pan in a cold oven and then switch it on and begin your timer. Im amazed how many people dont know this. Cook bacon in the oven. Cover cookie sheet with tinfoil first. We do 375 for about 20 min instead of 400 for ten because the lower and slower the more fat renders out. I hate getting SPLATTERED!! This works perfect!

I just heard about this at physical therapy! Homemade Ice packs: 1 part rubbing alcohol to 3 parts water, gets really cold, but never hardens so you can manipulate it. every athlete (or mom) should pin this!

Seal a plastic bag with the top of a water bottle or any plastic bottle and the lid

organized all short boards by turning an inexpensive 6-ft. stepladder (about $30 at a home center) into a lumber rack. Now every board is easy to see and reach.