Mum shares the VERY easy way she remembers where she’s parked her car while out shopping: ‘It works every single time’
- A Sydney mum has shared her trick for remembering where your car is parked
- Anita Birges said the handy hack ‘works every single time’ in an Instagram clip
- She suggested taking three photos on your smart photo of nearby landmarks
- Anita take a picture of the pylon and escalator or lift her car is closest to
- She also snaps an image of the lane she’s parked in so she can find her car easily
An Australian mum and organisation guru has shared her clever hack for remembering exactly where her car is parked at the shops she said ‘works every time’.
Anita Birges, who is behind who heads Mise en Place Professional Organising, explained how she takes three photos on her phone of nearby landmarks so she can find her car after a shop with ease.
‘Have you ever parked your car in the parking lot, gone to do the shopping and when you need to come back to your car, you have no idea where you parked it? Well do I have the hack for you,’ she said in a video posted to her popular Instagram page.
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Organising queen Anita Birges has explained her clever hack for remembering where you left your car at those large shopping centre parking lots
In an Instagram video, the Sydney mum said to take three photos of landmarks near where your car is parked to remember where it is after your shopping ‘every single time’
The Sydney mum said if you’re in an underground or high-rise car lot to snap a picture of the pylon your vehicle is closest to.
She then said to take a photo of the lane in which you parked and the nearest escalator or lift.
‘How many times have you lost your car in one of those massive shopping centre car parks? I used to and then I started doing this life changing car park hack‼️’ Anita said of the ‘game-changing’ trick.
The Sydney mum said if you’re in an underground or high-rise car lot to snap a picture of the pylon your vehicle is closest to
She then said to take a photo of the lane in which you parked and the nearest escalator or lift
Many viewers in the clip’s comments said knew of this trick before and they swear by it whereas others were thankful to learn the handy hack.
‘I do this, learnt the hard way,’ one viewer admitted.
‘A photo of the shop closest to your entry point too, especially if it’s a new/unfamiliar shopping centre!,’ a second recommended.
‘I just take a photo of my car and the ones either side in case they scrape me car when they leave,’ shared a third.
‘A tip for airport long term carpark is take photos but also email/text the location to yourself or a loved one in case you lose your phone etc,’ recommended a fourth.