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 Every time I clean and organize......................I can't find anything. When I stumble on it, I wonder why in the world did I put it there? My wife's dad was a carpenter. He lived in a mobile home, which was a total mess. She waited till he was away and cleaned it, hung up his tools, etc. When he came home he was so mad that he didn't speak to her for a week. It did not long and it was as she found it.  

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On 8/21/2018 at 9:41 PM, Grandpadave52 said:

I should label all of mine, "Don't Look in Here; It's Somewhere Else":P

 

another label...

getting warmer... maybe...

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6 hours ago, Stick486 said:

 

another label...

getting warmer... maybe...

Maybe label a drawer..."Things in here you can't find any place else", or "Place Only Lost Items in Here.":rolleyes: 

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I labeled my new drawers but need to make some more. Everything is fine as long as the item is in the drawer

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8 hours ago, Gerald said:

I labeled my new drawers

as long as you spelled your name correctly..

identification should be easy...

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2 hours ago, Stick486 said:

as long as you spelled your name correctly..

identification should be easy...

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John

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2 hours ago, Stick486 said:

as long as you spelled your name correctly..

identification should be easy...

Thanks. Good reminder..

You may have just answered some questions for me.

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The older I have gotten and the more stuff I accumulate has taught me hang my ego from a tree and use labels.

LOL

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On 8/22/2018 at 1:04 PM, Gene Howe said:

Putting things back would help more.

Why????  Gives you an excuse to go out & buy another one--- just to also lose the new one--- to go out & buy another one.

Repeat until you either find one of 'em or you forgot why you wanted it in the first place

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