Almost everybody questions how the school curriculums helps people in their day to day lives. Most of the people learn the hard way; through experience. Running up next to that are movies, documentaries and by sharing experience. All these processes can be long and even if you feel interested at the time you will loose your grip on the facts since it is either too descriptive or too random.
The best way to learn ‘life hacks’ are infographics, it pinpoints the piece of information that should be delivered enhanced with visual guidance as well. The replies to the subreddit r/CoolGuides are truly info-worthy for everyone in their day-to-day lives. They are information that schools will never teach us but they will help us in life more than what we learned at school. Here are 30 things that will help you from the aforementioned subreddit. Please share your thoughts with us!More info & Photo courtesy: r/CoolGuides
#1. How paint can change a room.
#2. The real meaning of common terms.
#3. Help someone in need.
#4. A very Important graph for the modern society.
#5. How to get a journal properly, for free!
#6. For quick message conveying.
#7. How to identify artists.
#8. Build a good relationship with your kids.
#9. Truth about depression.
#10. Snowflake cut on papers.
#11. Terms used to describe the geography.
#12. Now you know how to order your steak.
#13. Light shadings.
#14. Steps of decomposition.
#15. Words to replace words with ‘very’.
#16. Write professional e-mails.
#17. Help anyone in need of your help.
#18. Understanding cultures.
#19. Getting to know oddly named animals.
#20. So you know how it feels.
#21. Sweetness of the apple.
#22. Differences in architecture.
#23. Use this to explain your pain.
#24. For anyone who looks forward to get tattooed.
#25. Infant vision.
#26. USA flag, but stars are placed on each state and the size of them depends on their population.
#27. Let’s treat people with kindness.
#29. How to steal an election.
#30. Important chemicals and how to acquire them.