I’m not talking about the frozen water “ice” when I say that you need “ICE” in your phone.
Paramedics and hospital personnel are trained to look for this in your phone if something happens to you.
If you’re in a car wreck and knocked unconscious, have you ever thought about how the hospital or police are going to be able to contact your loved ones? (at least in a timely manner)
Make it easy for them. Create a “contact” in your phone who’s name is: ICE Make it all capital letters. Add the most important phone number in there — preferably someone you don’t travel with a lot but who can still make decisions for you.
In the “notes” section of the contact you could put:
Mother: Janet Doe – 333-333-3333
Sister: Mary Dough – 222-222-2222
Husband: Tom Doughnut – 111-111-1111
Whomever you want to be contacted.
If your phone doesn’t allow “notes” —just put the person’s number you would like to be called in case of an emergency. I don’t recommend putting the name of a person you’re always with —like your spouse— put someone in there who knows who to contact and what to do if you need help.
Remember, if you’re got a “lock” on your phone, they won’t be able to get into it.
Have any ideas to share? Lemme me know!