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How to Stop Losing Your Stuff (And 7 Trackers to Help You Do It)

Current technology allows us to track just about anything in our lives. This includes everything from how many steps you took during your lunch break to how many times you’ve listened to your favorite song. Even with these capabilities, however, it’s all too common to misplace everyday items like your cell phone, car keys, or wallet. Not only is losing these items time consuming — how many times have you been late to work because you couldn’t find your car keys? — but it’s also potentially costly.
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