I write things down. Physically writing things down helps me to remember them, even if I don't see the notes afterwards. If I have to remember things from the night before, I leave a sticky note on my mirror. If I have to remember something for later on, I write it down and stick it in an uncomfortable position in my shoe. Then I check for why my foot hurts and low and behold! My note! I had another strategy... but... I guess... I forgot. XD
im a forgetal person bout homewrk all that but iv save the best memories to remember that iv never forget bout it like graduating primary, friends cheer me up, i also sleep to remember the best what i left behind
Use placement - put things in the way or with other things that you know you'll remember. For example, put a brown paper bag in the sleeve of your coat to help you remember to take your lunch. (Then use that bag to pack your lunch in.) Use lists or acronyms to make up a list. I use PB&J for some common items I forget (phone, belt, and jewelry). Then I run through that list before I leave the bedroom each morning.
Exercise, less stress, cashews , sleep. Avoid sugar and stress as they are bad for the brain. Eat real food. If you see things in the supermarket that your ancestors were not eating it is probably not real food (even though it may be edible). If you have a calendar app on your smartphone then try that too.
If I am studying for a test, I make a study sheet. Then I make a practice test where there will be blanks for me to fill in... I study and take my practice test.... If I am trying to remember if I turned off the curling iron or a burner on the stove, as I do turn them off...I say it out loud... I remember it this way....
Depends on what works best for you. If you write it down, you've got to keep up with a piece of paper (or several). Using acronyms and/or placement ques, it may take a while to remember the acronym you choose and you may think of several places to put something before deciding on one, then have to go through the whole list because you can't remember which one you chose. Been there, done that! Your best bet may be to use your cell phone. I have a simple and secure app on my iPhone that I put Everything in (i.e. Passwords, event reminders, birthdays, "To Do" list, notes, etc.) each with different audio and visual alerts.
what i do i know it sounds weird but you should set something like a pillow or paper in a spot and when you pass it you wonder why is that there then you remember ......OH i need to do.....blah blah blah!
whenever i want to remember something very important, i would repeat it 3 - 5 times again and again and say remember this. if it is something ls like remembering an event or something you want to do, use a reminder app
If it's an object you need to remember put it on top or beside something you use a lot e.g remember to bring a drink, put it beside your makeup or coat idk it works for me and make sure you remember maybe close to last minute because you might dump the object somewhere else if you remember too soon