- Know how to contact people. I use to remember important numbers but I don't try to memorise them anymore. I still don't know my husband's number but for some reason my thumb does. It can make the moves without thinking. At least I would have them in the computer when I got home.
- Do maths. I whip out the calculator for some pretty basic sums. In the past, I called myself the human calculator. Now I just call myself the human that carries a calculator.
- Know my schedule and appointments. Everything is immediately put into the calendar and I set two reminders. Then completely forget about them until the first reminder.
- Drive into new areas. Whereis directs me everywhere. I have her use the Dame Edna voice and I would drive around in circles blinded by tears without her.
- Know the date and time. I never wear a watch anymore.
- Take photos of myself doing really boring things, filter and frame them and then share them with everyone.
- Walk in the dark. It is a beacon of safety with it's glowing screen.
- Know what is going on in the world. Twitter keeps me up-to-date with breaking news, the latest makeup products and what colours I should be wearing.
- Know how well some people plate up, scrub up, step up, kids grow up and clean up in Instagram.
- Find people in shopping centres. How on earth did people use to do it?
Thursday, December 27, 2012
10 Things I couldn't do if I lost my phone
The iPhone has been around for a few years now and in that time it has made itself indispensable to me. I think this could become a problem. If I lost my phone, I wouldn't....