Tuesday, September 25, 2018
Taking preventative measures is the best way to avoid losing your keys. Therefore, create a designated spot to leave your keys, ready for you to find them again with ease. You may already have a special place for your keys, such as a drawer, counter or pocket. However, if you have lost your keys before, it is likely because you didn’t stick to this spot and instead misplaced them because you were distracted. If you already have a spot where you keep your keys, make it a habit and stick with it; even if you’re tired or distracted, ensure your keys are returned to their place when not in use. If you don’t already have a designated place for your keys, find one that is secure, hidden or in a safe place and make a habit out of using it. However, this place should still be somewhere easy and quick for you to access and visible to those that will need to make use of them.
When you’re out and about and have your keys on you, it is equally important to have a place designated for them. Rather than just throwing them into your bag or a random pocket of your jeans or coat, decide on a place that is convenient to you but out of sight to others, and stow them away there instead. This way you can avoid the frantic rummaging around at the bottom of your bag when you come home.