Failing memory, what to do?
August 24, 2005 4:00 AM Subscribe
Failing memory filter: My memory
, never good, is noticeably deteriorating and I'm almost resigned to that. Anything that would slow this process would be welcome but I'm really looking for effective strategies to compensate - in particular, would a PDA help (for to-do lists) or are there other tools I should be using?
posted by grahamwell to Health & Fitness (20 answers total) 1 user marked this as a favorite
Things that bother me, I'm letting tasks drop at work, finding that I've been asked to do something and have actually done it, but I have no recollection of it at all. It's becoming embarrasing and co-workers are puzzled. I'm resigned to it being a part of the ageing process (I'm 45) but I need to find work-arounds otherwise I won't be able to hold a job. All suggestions tips and tricks are very welcome. What works for you?