Build a makeshift lighter. This sounds like a good idea, right? I managed to find tons of ways to do this. Here is my favorite. Get a gum wrapper or the lining of a cigarette pack and cut a small sliver off the end, roughly about a quarter of an inch in width. Now grab that sliver and fold it over
Scientific Tuesdays - Sugar and Acid ERUPTION!!
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We've put together some quick and simple travel hacks to use during the busiest time of year. 1. Roll up clothes and use zip bags 2. Carry around a portable battery pack 3. Conserve battery (notifications, airplane mode, brightness) 4. Save wrapping gifts for after your flight 5. Wear loafers, slip