Dock your iPhone to this tissue box-size printer and get vibrant four-by-six-inch prints in less than a minute. Now, maybe you’ll frame those Kodak (or better yet 'Apple') moments instead of just flipping through them on a screen. ($160, hammacher.com)
Store sheet sets inside pillow case for tidy stacking.
Need to touch up a room but can't remember the name of the paint color? Before you throw away the paint can, write the brand, name and product number of the paint and where you bought it from on painter's tape and stick it to the back of the room's light switch plate!
Too much time spent in the sun this summer? Looking for an anti-aging routine? Use Philosophy’s Miracle Worker to even out your complexion and see radiantly smooth skin in less than four weeks. ($62, sephora.com)
Wondering what to use on your delicates when they say "hand wash?" The answer: Baby shampoo. It's as gentle on your lingerie as it is your little one's eyes. Simply get the article wet, lather a pea-size amount of it into your hands and wash, as suggested, then air-dry.
Next time you’re faced with a Tupperware stained by tomato sauce or gazpacho, reach for a lemon to remove the stain. Simply cut a lemon in half and rub the cut side over the stains on the plastic. Make sure that some of the juice is squeezed on to the stained plastic as well. Then allow to dry in the sun, and wash as normal.
The fastest way to dry nail polish is to dunk your hands in a bowl of ice-cold water. The cold water freeze-dries polish, sealing and hardening it quickly. Allow nails to air-dry for two minutes, then submerge in ice-cold water for three minutes, which is enough time for the polish to harden completely.
Wondering what lipstick is best for your complexion? Take a look in the mirror and pull your bottom lip down so you expose your gums. Look at the color that is on the backside on your lip. That is the color you'll want to match with a lipstick for natural looking lips.
Whenever a recipe for cake or muffins calls for oil, applesauce can be substituted.
Peppers with 3 bumps on the bottom are sweeter and better for eating. Peppers with 4 bumps on the bottom are firmer and better for cooking.