There are few daily life game-changers as satisfying as realizing you can use an object in multiple ways. It's like unlocking an invisible force field of handiness that saves you both time and money. Plus, if you're a minimalist or on a budget, it's always nice to find ways to keep less clutter without forsaking the conveniences you rely on.
While some life hacks might seem like magical thinking dressed up, or involve too many steps to feel like a hack, learning the full potential of your everyday objects is a gift that you can immediately put to use.
A hammer can be used for a window opener.
You can use a pencil to rewind a cassette tape.
Silly string is used to detect bombs, since it sticks to the tripwire and makes it visible, while being light enough not to trigger it.