Twitter offers bite-sized information in an easy-to-read format. Which makes it the perfect platform when you want to learn how to make your life more manageable.
Life hacks have been a thing for many years, and people are still uncovering new ways to hack your life. Here are the most useful Twitter accounts for life hacks.
Got a Keurig? Have you cleaned it lately?? ?? Check out the EASIEST trick to clean it and keep it running in tip top shape! Pauline writes: "I’ve been doing this for years! Works wonderfully!" #diy #coffee #coffeetime
— The Frugal Girls (@frugalgirls) September 16, 2019
Frugal Girls is a really useful Twitter account worth highlighting. Run by the lifestyle blogger Heidi, Frugal Girls is the social media arm of the website thefrugalgirls.com. On Twitter, Heidi talks about cheap life hacks for food, DIY room decor, and money-saving tips.
Recent posts on the Twitter account include tips on how to save money at coffee shops like Starbucks. There are also quick tips on five-minute recipes that will help you feed your family.
Frugal Girls is a great account to follow if you’re on a budget and have to cook for others. This is especially true if you’re looking to penny pinch without cramping your style.
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— Nifty (@buzzfeednifty) September 27, 2019
Nifty is BuzzFeed’s Twitter account for “money-saving hacks and DIY home upgrades.” It’s full of home crafts, organizational tips and tricks, and productivity tutorials on how to better manage your life. The account is updated on a frequent basis.
With a larger budget and an eye for design, Nifty uploads short videos that will walk you through the DIY creation process. Nifty also posts links to its blog articles, which feature frequent references to life hacks for the kitchen.
Follow this account if you’re looking for small, inventive ways to make your busy life more manageable.
— MakeUseOf (@MakeUseOf) September 28, 2019
Before we go any further, we think it’s important to let you know that you can follow us (MakeUseOf) on Twitter. “Useful” is in our very name. We even have a dedicated DIY section on the site.
However, we post a lot of articles on a daily basis. It’s pretty much a neverending avalanche of information on everything from tech news to productivity-oriented life hacks for the job-hunting professional.
Maybe you don’t have time to browse through all of the different sections. If that’s the case, our Twitter feed is the best place for you to go. From there, you can pick and choose which articles you want to read in a condensed format.
Related to this: If you’re looking for a quick and easy read, here are the best YouTube channels to hack your productivity.
4. My Recipes
Everything from tender veggies to creamy risotto. https://t.co/prUuV8qflk
— MyRecipes (@My_Recipes) September 28, 2019
My Recipes is the Twitter arm of the mega food website myrecipes.com. It bills itself as the internet’s “largest collection of professionally tested recipes, reliable kitchen tips, and cooking advice.”
We’re not sure on the claim that My Recipes is the largest, but it is a big site. My Recipes also posts a ton of useful life hacks for food that will help anyone who is short on time, money, or looking for something new to eat.
If you want an easy way to access the wealth of information on offer then My Recipe’s Twitter account is a definite must-follow.
5. Real Simple
— Real Simple (@RealSimple) September 28, 2019
Real Simple is an NYC-based “life hack” account that operates as part of the social media wing for the website realsimple.com. Real Simple’s goal is to “showcase good-to-know-information with inspiring ideas.”
The tweets range from product reviews on items that will make your life easier to DIY room decor tools that you can use around the house. Real Simple also posts tips on organizational tasks that will increase your productivity ten-fold.
6. Ikea Hackers
— ikeahackers (@ikeahacks) September 21, 2019
My absolute favorite life hack account on this list—and one I cannot praise enough—is Ikea Hackers. It’s the Twitter branch of the formerly-viral blog, ikeahackers.net.
Ikea Hackers is a DIY room decor account in every sense of the word. It collects ideas and step-by-step tutorials on how to “hack” your IKEA furniture to make it more inventive and useful. Ikea Hackers then catalogs these ideas on its website and on Twitter.
The reason I’m personally so attached to this life hack account is because it manages to combine my two favorite things—productivity and creativity—into smart household objects. It does this with the expressed understanding that most people are on a budget, and that you’ll be working with limited space if you’re trying to “hack” your apartment.
This Twitter account is really useful if you’re looking to decorate your apartment or house with limited funds. This is doubly true if you need to create custom furniture.
7. Coupon Cabin
— CouponCabin (@CouponCabin) September 23, 2019
Coupon Cabin is an incredibly useful Twitter account if you’re on a budget and love saving cash. It’s one of those life hack accounts that will help you manage and lower your daily living costs.
Coupon Cabin tries to round up the best deals on particular items that have been posted to the web, ranging from coffee to toothbrushes to books. Then it posts these deals to its feed.
Coupon Cabin also talks about how to save money when you go into particular stores, the best stores to buy certain items from, and the time of year you should buy those items. Really, it’s a great way to help you stick to a budget.
What would you build, if you could integrate circuits into lego? https://t.co/EgcRICl9Pu
— Make: (@make) September 18, 2019
Last on our list of useful Twitter accounts for life hacks is a quick nod to the Twitter account, Make. Make is less about serious life hacks and more about teaching you how to design really cool DIY tech projects. These projects range from robotics to homemade games.
Make often posts links to its YouTube videos.
How to Hack Your Way to a Better Life
Now that we’ve run through the most useful Twitter accounts for life hacks and more, you can give them a follow. Maybe you’ll start finding some of your own. If you do, be sure to let us know about some of the useful Twitter accounts that you follow, too.
Are you still looking for more useful DIY information? Then be sure to check out our article on the best productivity life hacks from Reddit that work.