Simplifying life in todayâ€™s day and age is what every one of us wants and rightly so. If you need to complete a task or if youâ€™re trying to figure out something, and donâ€™t have a clue, youâ€™ve got TLNâ€™s back because we like to help.
- Want to stay on â€œgoogle.comâ€ without being redirected to a localized version of it like a (google.co.uk or google.ca) type the google.com/ncr.Â Cool right?
- If youâ€™re coughing continuously and uncontrollably, raise your hands above your head and it will stop. Try!
- If you need a program for free (for instance, a video/ photo editor) donâ€™t search for â€œfreeâ€, search for â€œopen sourceâ€ to avoid limited trial versions, adverts and malware. Whoa!
- Learning a new language? Figure out the 100 most frequently used words at first. These words make up for almost 50% of everyday speech. Did you hear this?
- Just a friendly suggestion- having one alcoholic drink a day reduce your risk of type 2 diabetes by up to 30%. Cheers!
- Feeling sick and squeamish? Eat 10-12 almonds. It is the same as having an Aspirin. Get well soon!
- Being surrounded by color yellow helps you stay focussed. Yellow is also known to decrease the production of Melatonin, hormone which makes you drowsy. No more counting zzzzz now.
- Take note of your bodyâ€™s sleeping position in the morning. This is presumably your most comfortable sleeping position. Knowing this can help you get to sleep quicker. Sweet dreams!
- Nervous about a speech presentation or your first ever interview? Blow on your thumb. The vagus nerve which connects to your thumb controls your heart rate and by blowing on it, your heart rate will return to normal. Go win them now!
- Canâ€™t figure out Rubikâ€™s Cube? Go to Ruwix.com and set the colors of your puzzle and the program will show you each step to solve it. I cubed it!
- Ctrl+L (PC) and cmd+L (mac) will focus your browserâ€™s address bar, so you only have to use the keyboard to browse to another webpage. Click it donâ€™t click it!
Â Letâ€™s just say that youâ€™ve got smarter now that youâ€™ve learnt new ways to attend to a conventional task.