We all love the military discipline. We all love seeing them walk in parades in a proper manner. They have existed even before the formation of the US.
The way they live can be brought into our lives and make our lives much easier and faster. We don’t want to spend money to do the same thing with external help.
This is not a hard thing to do. All you need is some common sense, and a sense of excitement to try something new.
Here are the facts that you need to see:
Peeing in the Shower
Even though a weird sound can be occurred, it save water and also prevents athlete’s foot.
You can duct tape the sides of your feet or use Band Aid if you are continuously running throughout the entire day in uncomfortable shoes. So, they don’t get skinned and bruised.
Lacing It Up
You should lace up the knots instead of just taping the main part of the shoe in order to stop falling apart or move off balance. It is exceedingly fatal if you are in the army and it is still irritating if you are a civilian.
You can use pads as first aid. You can use sanitary pads to cover that area if someone is bleeding and then duct tape over it. It would soak up the bleeding and prevent bleeding out.
When there is a cut somewhere, use sugar as it doesn’t let bacteria multiply.
You may use tights for jogging and working out. You also can wear it under your clothes to protect from extreme cold temperature and it will not be an extra burden on you.
Layer a coat of shoe polish and leave it for 15 minutes and bring a lighter near your shoe. It’s going to sparkle.
Tuck is famous and it’s never out of fashion. Military tuck is really simple to put and is a classiest way to tuck in your shirt as it doesn’t look fluffy or bloated. This can be very useful if you are thin, or have lost weight.
The Fire Starter
Roll up cotton and dip it in Vaseline to ignite your barbecue. It would work the same or even better than an automated fire starter.
If someone following your trail by car, circle the same neighborhood 4 times and if you still find them behind you, dial 911, or drive your car to a nearby police precinct.