It’s a sad, sad day when you’ve had your cell phone for three years and out of the blue your 5-year-old niece picks it up and shows you an easier way to turn your cell phone on and off that you never realized existed.
Well, not technically on and off—but you know how the screen on the phone goes into sleep mode and turns black to save the battery? Well, that’s what I’m talking about. She showed me how to bring the screen back up and make it go out a much easier way than I’ve been doing the last three years.
I don’t think I’m going to talk anymore about the subject because I’m embarrassed enough as it is.
So, if you have nothing else to do today, hand your high technology devices over to anyone 5-years-old or younger and just sit back and observe.
Take-Away Life Lesson: Save yourself from a difficult life by consulting a group of toddlers on day ONE of acquiring any technical devices—NOT three years after you’ve been using them.