Are you trying to fix a leaky faucet? Wondering how to treat a bee sting? Looking to purify water without a fancy purifier? Making a chemical-free lotion bar? Wondering what to do with the pile of cardboard boxes left after online retail therapy?
If yes, then Live Smart: 100 Hacks for a Healthier and Happier Life is your go-to guide! Here you will find user-friendly DIY solutions for everyday problems and interesting tips accompanied by illustrations that will help you navigate the how-to-do-its in a step-by-step manner.
Live Smart is an invaluable manual for those looking for practical ways to organize and improve their daily life- and having a little fun while they're at it!
'I love that in an era of YouTube and a million ideas that often don't work, you have a solid book, full of tried and tested life hacks to help you Live Smart. I could be stranded on an island with this book and you can be assured that I'll be fine!'-Rukmini Ray Kadam, blogger and founder of the award-winning decor blog Trumatter
'Sensible, small hacks in the important areas of life are the must-have skills today in the post-pandemic world. Teja Lele's book is a perfect way to learn these. The book has plenty of painstakingly put-together helpful hacks that can be applied in our daily life. It is a must-read! Live Smart can help you lead a quality life with simple hacks that span beauty, well-being, home and food. It is vital reading for today's generation.' -Kavita Devgan, author
'In India where the DIY culture is weak, even decried, a book on ways to solve common household problems without recourse to a tradesperson cannot but be appropriate. ... Teja's excellent little book is replete with examples of how a lay person could well tackle the myriad problems of daily life. Her list of useful instructions include essential tasks such as changing a blown fuse to recycling kitchen waste. There are tips on health, beauty, quick recipes and much else. In all, this delightful little compendium should be in the home of every Indian.' -Indranil Banerjie, journalist, woodworker and founder of the popular blog The Indian DIY & Woodworker