As much as it annoys me to admit it, I am addicted to my smart phone. The singularly most important feature for me is ...
it was just on the tip of my tongue, or should I say fingertips.
Huh, what was I saying typing?
Oh, yeah, the important feature on my cell phone: the reminder alarms.
For 8 days now I have forgotten to bring 5 dollars to school so my son can donate to the United Way. I finally set an alarm to remind me 5 minutes before the alarm for us to get ready to head out the door and of course I don't have any cash in my wallet.
Ugh, and I just now remembered an important call my husband asked me to make to the bank LAST week. And they are closed for the day. Setting a reminder for tomorrow right after school drop off.
I used to do paper lists, usually on the back of junk mail envelopes, but either I lose them or my son decides to write on them and I can't read what I wrote anymore.
I am blaming premenopause, but the truth is I try to do too much that there is no way anyone can possibly remember it all. And I get sidetracked very easily.