Mum shows off easy way she makes sure her kids’ tablets NEVER run out of battery & people are calling her a lifesaver

DON'T you hate it when your child goes to use their tablet and it's run out of battery?

Well, one mum has come up with a quick and easy way to stop that from ever happening again.

Emma Roberts took to her TikTok page to share the clever hack, explaining: "My kids are constantly letting their tablets run down on battery, so I’ve created a charging box."

She then showed a grey plastic box, onto which she'd attached a label which read, "Charging box".

"At the end of the day, anything that they think needs charging goes in here and I will make sure it’s charged overnight," she said.

In the box, she showed two tablets and one pink camera that her kids had put in there ready to be charged.

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Emma was quickly praised for the hack, with one person writing: "great idea."

"Wow I need a charging box," someone else commented.

"Is the camera chargeable? I thought it only took batteries ?" another person questioned, with Emma replying: "Well spotted – it’s only batteries but they needed replacing so I popped it in there too."

Emma frequently shares organising hacks on her TikTok page – Organised By Em.

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In another recent video, she posted a tip on how to help declutter the home.

"I don’t know who needs to hear this but if you’re like me and have a box of clothes waiting to be listed on eBay for the last two years then it’s time to get rid of them," she said.

"Pop them in a charity bag instead!"

"I needed this!!! Thanks for that push," one person commented on the video.

To which Emma replied: "No worries lovely – feel so much better now I’ve donated them!"

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