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Quick Lifehack: Track your Car with your Todo list

Quick Lifehack: Track your Car with your Todo list
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    Dude, where is my car? It is not funny, but once in a while I had trouble finding my car in a large car parking complex. I used to trust my memory – I remember the location, usually using the color code and the number on the pole, after I parked my car. However when I come back from a long night partying, I couldn’t remember the location anymore. I was dead-tired to run through couple levels of parking lots.

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    Solution? Now, I learned to write the location down in my PDA – I treat it just like any other todo. For example: “Find car at Red-5”

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    This could save you time, if you ever need to search through the parking lots to find your car.

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