Maybe you’ve been in a situation where you were walking to get something, and while you were walking to get it, you completely forgot what it is you were getting. Or maybe you’re someone who has trouble remembering names of people you meet, times and dates for appointments, or where you placed your keys.
If one or more of these scenarios resonate with you, then join the club. If these scenarios don’t relate to you, then you probably at least know someone who can relate. The thing is, having a bad memory is something that so many of us suffer from, especially in today’s super fast-paced world with so many notifications and advertisements and things pulling for our attention.
It is possible to improve your memory
On the flip side, there are also many others who can remember anything on the drop of a dime. In fact, there are even some people who––in their old age––can recall specific memories from their childhood. While genetics does play a role in having a good memory, the good news is that you can improve your memory with a bit of practice.
It just takes some time, consistency, and patience, but having a good memory is easier to attain than you think. To help you get started, we’re here to help. Let’s take a look at ten everyday habits of people with an impressive memory. Emulate them and watch your memory improve, too. Let’s dig in.