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100-Year-Old Life Hacks That Are Surprisingly Useful Today

100-Year-Old Life Hacks That Are Surprisingly Useful Today

Here is a list of 100 year old hacks. Who knew they would have life hacks back in the day, but I guess when things were readily available they had to make due with what they had. Here are some life hacks that were used in the early 1900’s.

1. Removing a splinter from your hand. I’m guessing it would work on other body parts as well.

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2. Cutting down a tree so it falls the way you want it to. If cutting down trees is your thing.

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3. Keeping plants watered with little to no effort. Because life gets busy.

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4. Lighting a match in windy conditions. Rain is a whole different story.

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5. Getting someone that can’t swim across the river. Boy scout 101 right there.

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6. Keep on hand in case a fire breaks out… and you don’t already have a fire extinguisher.

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7. Make your own filter.

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8. Preserve your eggs. This only works for freshly laid. We all have those, right?

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9. How to fight off a dog that is attacking. If you happen to have a long stick laying around.

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These are awesome. I think most of these we could use in our lives nowadays.

Written by Chris Stuber

Chris Stuber loves the outdoors and has a huge passion for life, family and friends. He's the happiest guy you'll meet. He lives his life to the fullest and is always on a quest for knowledge. Chris enjoys the little things and has a thirst for adventure. You can usually find him hiking in the mountains, kayaking on a lake or in his garage building something unique.

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