Samuel Johnson wrote, "It is by studying little things that we attain the great art of having as little misery, and as much happiness as possible," and I'm often struck by how much happiness I get from making improvements in small, seemingly trivial aspects of my life.
And one of those aspects? Keeping track of my stuff. Not being able to find something is a minor challenge to happiness, of course - but it's one of those minor things that can make me crazy.
Today, Sumathi Reddy wrote an article in the Wall Street Journal that had a great series of tips about how to find a lost object.
Apparently - and this is no surprise - the most commonly misplaced possessions are: cellphone, keys, sunglasses, purse, umbrella, bank card, tablet, documents (that's a little broad), and wallet. The average person loses up to nine objects every day.
The article included these tips from Michael Solomon's How to Find Lost Objects:
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