Yesterday was a very exciting day for me. I opened up my banking app on my phone to find that only 9 days after filing, my federal tax refund was already in my bank account! What's the first thing I did? Well, I put most of it in my savings account. But, the second thing I did was go out and buy a brand new phone. I found out a few weeks ago that I was eligible for an upgrade on my iPhone, which was very convenient because my phone has been acting very weird these last few weeks. I was eyeing the iPhone X, but I really didn't want to pay $45 a month for it, so I settled on the iPhone 8.

The iPhone 8 is pretty darn awesome. There are all sorts of new apps and features, the camera is wonderful, and I have double the amount of storage that I had on my iPhone 6s, which is the main reason I wanted a new device. There's only one little problem: they took out the headphone jack.

Now, I don't use the headphone jack all that much, but I do need it when I'm doing cardio at the gym. Thankfully, Apple realized that not everybody can afford the wireless earbuds that are on the market, and they came up with a solution. They included an adapter that can be plugged into the charging port on the phone. No problem, right? WRONG. This thing is so tiny that I'm guaranteed to lose it in the next five minutes! I lose stuff WAY bigger than this adapter on a daily basis!

What I'm trying to say is: I need tips on how to NOT lose this. I wish I could say I was a totally responsible adult and I can handle being in charge of something so small, but I can't, so please help! If you have any suggestions for me, leave them in the comments!