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This isn’t the actual question I’m looking for an answer to today, but it is where it starts. Friday morning, I found something on Twitter that had me thinking all day and has generated more than its fair share of discussion, so I’ve decided it needs a post of its own. The line was “I don’t always carry all the groceries on one arm, but when I do, my keys are in the wrong pocket.”
Now, this was quite frankly shocking to me. I mean, who changes up the location of where their keys are? The items I carry every day go into the same locations every day. Apparently this is not universal behavior, so one does when faced with such a problem, I decided to take it to Ricochet.
So the questions are:
- Do you have a routine for the items you carry every day?
- If not, why? Additionally, what kind of strategy do you use, if it can be described as such?
I’ll also note that in the original discussion it was pointed out that women’s clothing is often short on pockets, so they may not always use them or have room for keys. Which is understandable but if your clothes don’t have pockets, I would assume you have a purse or other bag where your keys would normally be, and I don’t see why you’d take them out just to put them in your pocket.