The life hack that I just discovered is going to change your summer!

Game Changer

Every now and then I come across something on the internet that is too good not to share and this incredible life hack is going to be a game changer, especially if you or your kids enjoy eating popsicles on a hot day.

BYOP: Bring Your Own Popsicles

Picture it: You and the kids are at the park playing and the ice cream truck rolls up. Suddenly your day of free fun with the kids just got expensive... but what if you could bring your own popsicles to the park? Maybe you're at the baseball field watching your kid play or you're out by the pool...

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I know. I know. You are probably thinking, "But Kat, they'll melt long before the kids even get to think about eating them!" That would have been my first thought too but then I found this incredible life hack online.

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Tennesse Farm Shares Awesome Mom Hack

Holt Family Farms, located in Dresden, Tennessee shared an incredible life hack, or as they called it a "mom hack," on their Facebook page and all I could think was "Why didn't I think of that?!" While the days of pushing my daughter on a swingset at the park are long gone, we do still spend time outdoors and this delicious hack is perfect to help keep us cool.

Have Popsicles, Will Travel

Three Words: Double Wall Tumbler. You can take your popsicles with you for your next outdoor outing by putting them inside a double-wall insulated cup (think Yeti or whatever other brands you probably already have on hand.) Seriously, why did I not think of this?


No doubt this hack is going to change the game for your summer adventures! Bonus tip: If you put your tumbler in the freezer before putting the popsicles inside, it will stay even colder for even longer!

Does Toothpaste Really Clean Your Vehicle's Foggy Headlights? [Life Hack Test]

According to, cloudy headlights are a relatively modern issue. Originally, car manufacturers used glass domes for the front of their headlights until sometime in the 1980s when they switched to "polycarbonate or plastic" I assume because it was cheaper. Unlike glass, plastic is more susceptible to oxidation which is caused by the UV light created naturally by the sun. Dust, debris, and road grime also contribute to clouding up your lights.

They also say toothpaste can be used to clear that cloudiness thanks to the same mild abrasives that also remove plaque and other gunk from your mouth. As someone who has to see it or try it before I believe it, I decided to give it a shot by following their steps and seeing for myself if they were right.

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