7 Things You Would Be Grateful You Learnt Today

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Don’t know about you all, but i love learning new things… I really do. And below are the stuffs i’ve learnt over the years that i feel you’d be grateful to learn. Here are 5 Things You’d Be Grateful You Learnt Today

1. Customer care

Call them out on twitter
Whether you have a problem with your sim card, or you just want to make an enquiry.. it doesnt matter, if you Want to get an immediate response from a telecommunication company? Direct your question to their twitter handle. You’d be surprised how fast they will get back to you.

2. uʍop epısdn eʇıɹʍ


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Write upside down on Facebook, Twitter, Myspace, Blog, Nairaland.
Just visit http://www.fliptext.org, type in your text and push the “Flip Text” Button. It’s cool!

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3. Extracting mp3 file from youtube

Extracting mp3 file from YouTube

Looking for a particular mp3 file on the net used to be quite tasking, But not anymore. If you can’t find a particular music online all you need do is search for the video on youtube, click on the video, now copy and paste the link on http://www.youtube-mp3.org and click on convert to mp3. Thats all.

4. Playing music on phone


Not all smartphones are equipped with the speaker quality or volume levels to make you enjoy the sound coming from your smartphone. To enhance the sound of your cell phone, put the phone in a ceramic/glass mug when playing music.

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5. Brushing with charcoal

Brushing your teeth with charcoal
I read somewhere that urine can be used as a teeth whitener, but i dont know about that also won’t advice anyone to try it too (urine breath).
If you are looking for a natural way to whiten your teeth, use charcoal.

Grind it into fine particles and pour them into a small container. To be used inplace of your tooth paste.

After brushing with charcoal don’t forget to rebrush again using a different brush and toothpaste, to remove the tar particles from your teeth.

6. Tooth brushing

Brushing your teethWhen brushing your teeth, don’t forget to only use a little dab of toothpaste… it still would achieve the same result as when you use a large amount of toothpaste. Besides the large amounts of toothpaste shown in adverts are only used to make us use up our toothpaste faster so we buy another one.

7. Sanitizing sponge

Sanitizing your kitchen sponge

If you have read this post, then you know that your kitchen sponge is dirtier than your toilet seat.
An easy way to kill the germs in your kitchen sponge is to put the sponge in the microwave for a few minutes.

Bonus: Do you have an unused gift card lying around somewhere in your house or inyour wallet, you can turn it into cash by exchanging it for bitcoins on paxful.com and then selling the bitcoins for cash.



Uzonna Anele
Anele is a web developer and a Pan-Africanist who believes bad leadership is the only thing keeping Africa from taking its rightful place in the modern world.

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