Where, When And What We Lose The Most
Ever notice how you can never find your keys in the morning? Or your phone after dinner? Do you always find yourself searching for your TV remote over the weekend?
Doing approximately 7 flights per month my schedule can get pretty hectic. On top of that I try to do a lot of stuff on my days off – sports, spend a day on the beach, attend brunches, catch up with friends, learn languages and also visit my family and friends back home as often as possible. And, as we all know that cabin crew plane tickets are highly discounted, I try to visit as many places around the globe as I can.
With all the packing and unpacking I need to be aware of where my most important possessions are at all times. That is where my two lovely pink and yellow Chipolos come into play. Not that they are just amazing accessories for my keys, they help me save time and lots of nerves by hanging on my key chain. If I move my passport pouch from its usual location, I always attach Chipolo (that I named »hubby« and »wifey« J), so I can find it asap without difficulties. Sometimes I attach one of them onto my bag when going somewhere, so I can find my iPhone inside it just by shaking Chipolo hanging from it.
My Chipolos have become my new best friends. They go with me everywhere, be it the busy streets of Bangkok, breathtaking beaches of Seychelles, 40 thousand feet up the sky chilling by my side when I travel as a passenger or when I am just having dinner in Dubai next to the highest building in the world. My pink Chipolo even accompanied me on my visit to Lincoln memorial and White House in Washington DC.
Chipolo has become an important part of my busy life and I am not planning to let go of it anytime soon.