You left your keys in the car then locked the door. You misplaced your notebook and now you’e unprepared for a meeting. Who hasn’t been here? Whether you lose things five days a week or every blue moon, here are 5 sure fire ways to lessen the burden that you place on yourself when you lose something important. The key….organization
So, how do you stop losing things and start being more organized?
1.Create Fun Reminders -A sign on the door to remind you to get your work jacket can go a long way to help you remind yourself to take note of where things need to be.
2.Stop, Look, & Think Before Setting Things Down– You should always double check your priorities when leaving – and observe the rooms and its layout before you head out.
3.Take Your Time – It’s always great to slow down, especially when you’re rushing or under a lot of pressure.
4.Double Checks– Before getting out of the car, make sure you have your keys in your hand. Before leaving for work, check to see if you’ve turned off your coffee pot so that it won’t burn.
5.Designate Specific Places For Things – A special wood key holder next to the door may be great for your car keys.
Taking a moment to note where you’re placing things, when you change your routine, and and double-checking will definitely reduce the amount of time you spend looking for things. Losing vital items such as car keys and eyeglasses can be super frustrating, making small changes to the way you store things can make your life a LOT easier.