That Awful Feeling When You Lost Something 

It doesn’t get any easier as we get older. I don’t know about you, but I go into an out-of-body, full panic zone when I misplace something. Just the other day, I couldn’t find a small jewelry pouch. I searched for it for about a half hour until I realized I put the bag in a safe drawer. 

I really don’t want to go through these panic periods again. It might happen more and more in the coming years. I’m going to buy Pixie this week and attach these little tags to all my important accessories: keys, calendars, meds, makeup, cell phone, glasses, etc.

Follow the pictorial essay to see how it works. I think it’s certainly worth a try. Do you have a better idea? 

2 thoughts on “That Awful Feeling When You Lost Something 

  1. Hi Lois:

    A couple of years ago, I gave our family members Tile — a device locator — and everyone loves it. Our grandson was especially pleased because, as a college freshman, he was able to keep track of his keys, cell phone and other gear.

    https://www.thetileapp.com/

    Love your blog!

    Barbara
    xoxox

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