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Simple Trick To Never Forget Your Stuff When Leaving The House

Posted By Alex On November 19, 2007 @ 1:07 am In Uncategorized | 4 Comments


Does this problem ring a bell? Every morning when I leave the house I forget at least one thing I have to take with me. Mostly things I have to take every day.

Over the years my list of “things-to-remember” has got longer and longer and as time goes bye I’m becoming more forgetful. But maybe it’s because of the beer and too much sun, which you can see in the photo.

In my case, I have 6 things to grab before I leave the house. How in the world can I remember them?!?

1. My keys
2. My glasses, yeah, can become an issue when you’re half blind
3. My wallet
4. My watch
5. My cell phone
6. My badge, to get into the office

Every time I left the house I would forget at least one thing on my list and have to go back to my apartment.

I used to always ask myself: “Keys, Glasses, Watch, Wallet…yeah! Everything with me!” But as soon as I got downstairs or was already sitting at my desk – it would hit me – DAMN! forgot my cell phone! Aaaagain!

After a while I thought, why not just count the stuff you need to grab every morning, since it’s always 6? Do I have my 6 things? 1,2,3,4,5….hmmm, what did I forget? Think Alex, think! Oh, right, my watch!

Pretty simple huh? This tactic helped quite a lot. Since then I have never forget anything. Unless it is something more I have to take, but then I will just have to remember that one extra thing. That’s it.

How about you? Do you forget at least one thing every morning or do you have another way to remember all your stuff? If so, please write a comment or just say thank you!, since I have found the solution to your every day misery

This is not valid for women, since they have everything in their purse!

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