Mnemonics are tricks that help you remember things better. One type of mnemonic is called "look, snap, connect."
Here's how it works:
First, you need to really pay attention to what you want to remember. For example, if you parked your car in section 3B of the parking garage, you need to really focus on that.
Next, you take a mental picture of what you want to remember. It could be the actual sign in the parking garage or you can imagine something like three bumblebees to represent the 3B section.
Finally, you connect the mental picture you took with the information you want to remember. In this case, you imagine the three bees buzzing around in your car. So when you come back to the garage and want to remember where you parked, the image of the bees in your car will help you remember.