When I first started writing my book, it took place in the real world, but there was magic that was a secret (typical for YA novels, I know). However, I noticed how limited magic was in this setting, and that it was too much of a hassle to come up with how it's secret (I never understood how the world of Harry Potter remains secret, especially with wizards being born in muggle homes, but I'm sure some hardcore fan will explain to me how it makes perfect sense). So, with that decided, I spent the last couple of months constructing a magic system, and a world in which it operates. Magic is more or less everywhere (think the force from Star Wars), and is commonplace in everyday life. As I was working on this, I was wondering in what ways magic would realistically effect life. I came up with several ways (magic clothes, drugs, and even diseases), but I wanted to know what suggestions everyone else had. If you can think of any ways magic would effect everyday life, let me know. Also, for further context, the world I've designed is similar to the 1930s in regards to advancements.