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Life hacks: Avoid a belt buckle battle

JOHNSON LONG
Last updated 05:00 20/02/2013
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BELT BATTLE: Johnson Long has a solution to stop your belt buckle digging into your belly on long car rides.

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One of the things I hate on long holiday car rides is wearing a seat belt.

Your belt buckle digs in to your belly as it peeks out from the summer long diet of beer and sausages.

In fact, this can apply when sitting down anywhere unless it's winter and you can tuck your white singlet snuggly in to your pants and avoid the situation. So, I fasten my belt one loop to the left so the buckle sits on my hip.

Works great with everything except dress pants.

Life: hacked.


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