I find there are often things that I want to do specifically when I'm doing something else, and always forget to. A couple examples (silly as they seem) will probably make this more clear.
The inner (plastic) curtain in the shower at work flies into the shower and brushes up against me (something to do with the airflow I guess). I want to remember to simply bring a binder clip and attach it to the other curtain. By the time I remember (i.e. when the nasty curtain is flying into me) it's too late.
When I'm shaving, for whatever reason I forget to shave up by my nostrils and the corners of my mouth (I realize at some point during the day and am annoyed by it).
Obviously these are not incredibly important (which is why I never remember them, I guess), but they are annoying. I am horrible at remembering to do things so I resort to lists, and that works well in a "todo" sense, but not when the task is context-sensitive (i.e. WHEN I go to the shower I have to remember the binder clip...not now).
Are there any techniques to better remember things like this?