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Even if they haven't gone so far as to get formal self-defence training, many people (particularly women) have considered what strategies they'd deploy if they were attacked by a stranger. A popular thought is that one would use an object on your person as a weapon of defence - like keys, for instance.

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Losing your keys is the worst -- so it makes sense to do whatever you can to ensure your keys get back to you safely, should they be misplaced. For some that may mean attaching a Bluetooth-enabled location tracker, but I'd rather not have yet another bulky plastic doohickey on my keychain next to my flash drive. Luckily, the web has come up with a pretty low-tech method of ensuring your keys are returned safely. But first, you'll need to visit a pet store.

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If you're not careful, your key ring can quickly get out of control. Before you know it, you'll have five keys for things you don't own anymore, heaps of rewards cards and a few tools you don't really need. You can handle this situation in a lot of ways. Let's look at a few of the best.

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Even though I have a "spot" for my keys and wallet, I still end up misplacing them. The Lego organiser is a fun and convenient place to store all of your everyday carry things. A standard Lego base plate is stuck to a wall, while bricks and plates attached to everyday items make them attachable to the mat, never to go missing again. Here's how to make your own.

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Some people like to stash a spare key to their house in a fake rock or under a potted plant. Another good way to hide a key is to build a small PVC pipe with a cap and coupler for a waterproof storage area that will look like an innocent access point to a drain.