|Wonderfully bubbly coffee.|
Don't question the bubbles.
Last lifehack for bitter coffee, besides adjusting the ratio of grounds to water? A dash of salt on the grounds. It works.
|I feel exhilarated already.|
The life hacks may already be obvious to you, but you might be too much of a pansy to do them: Navy showers with cold to lukewarm water.
What is this nonsense? The so-called 'Navy shower' was used by the Navy due to limited fresh water supplies on ships. It's also a super easy way to use less water, save money, and take faster showers.
Here's how to do it:
- Turn on the shower and wet your body and hair.
- Turn off the water, lather and scrub.
- Rinse - repeat if you condition.
Total water used: circa 11 liters/3 gallons.
An average ten minute shower uses up to 230 liters/60 gallons -- and it takes ten minutes. These statistics, by the way, are thanks to this PDF put out by the University of Florida.
Speed showering with cold to room temperature water also works really well for getting you pumped for the day.
Lastly, and perhaps most lamely, if you're reading this blog you probably read several. Well, the lifehacker way to read all these blogs - and any other websites you like to keep pace with - is called Morning Coffee
Morning Coffee is a Firefox add-on that allows you to add websites to a list, as well as give them a frequency rating, which will all be brought up in different tabs by clicking on the icon - this way you can easily catch up with them all while you enjoy your now delicious morning coffee.