The following are a few ideas of mine for how to store certain things:
How to properly keep charging cables:
If it’s a device you plan on charging everyday, you should keep your charging cable by an outlet, it’ll be handy and you won’t lose it.
If it’s for a device you won’t be charging every day or so, place it on a box that you’ll end up bumping into everyday when you go to charge another device, that way you’ll always know where it is… until the day you need to charge that device, by that day the charging cable will have fallen off the box and vanished, you most likely decided to move it to keep it safe. Now you’ll be able to enjoy a multi-hour long search, culminating in giving up on the cable as lost.
The missing cable should reappear approximately two minutes after you get a new one, it is suggested that you place your now spare charging cable in a safe place and forget about it.
How to keep backups of your data safe:
When storing a backup disc, it should contain all of your most important data (such as your minesweeper score), be on a good brand of disc (nearly any brand of floppy is recommended) and be placed in direct sunlight where it can also freeze (remember, if your data is frozen, it should last longer!). It should also be encrypted with a 1000 letter pass-code that you remember.
Should you ever need to access a disc stored in this manner, you will be able to blame the low quality of the disc instead of ow you stored it or the fact that you can’t remember your pass-code.
Cat treats: how to store them:
Always remember that cat treats should be stored where a cat can get to them easily, that way you only have to keep them on hand, your cat will manage to get the bag open and devour the whole package when they feel like it.
Thanks for reading, I hope you enjoyed this post!
This post is intended as humor, if you do store things like this, I am not held responsible for missing items.