Thursday, January 4, 2007

Finding Lost Keys (and other items)

Generally, my bias would be to work on developing habits so you don't misplace your keys (or other items), rather than relying on gadgets to help find those lost items. But sometimes that habit-building approach really isn't feasible - and then something like the KeyRinger could really come in handy.

Once again, thanks to Organize Your Family's Schedule . . . In No Time for the pointer.


Anonymous said...

I discovered that I began losing my keys a bunch when they became so light that they didn't mentally register with me. A heavy key chain solved that. Later, I opted to attach it to my purse with a carbiner that I never take off. The strap is long enough that I can drive with it.

Jeri Dansky said...

Anonymous, I've glad you understood the cause of your problem, and found an answer that worked for you. Thanks for sharing!