A lot of times when I eat I forget to say brachos? Any good eitzos?
Don’t nosh mindlessly.
When you’re hungry, prepare yourself something to eat: put it on a plate, put it on the table with a napkin and some cutlery (if applicable) and a drink.
Sit down like a mentch and take a moment to think what you’re going to eat and how grateful you are to have it.
Don’t tell me you have no time; you don’t need to do this more than three times a day. And each time (excluding cooking or actual food preparation) you’re spending 3-4 minutes (max.) on this. Even if you eat 5 times a day, 15 minutes carved out of your schedule should be adequate.
Make a knas for yourself. Anytime you missed saying a bracha, you send $25 to your least favorite yeshiva.
Learn hilchos berachos.
Wow that’s a good idea Joseph I’ve tried using a tzadaka knas as motivation tool it never worked. I never thought of making to my least favourite yeshiva that would probably work.
I have found that saying them out loud helps
i like pcoz’s idea the best.
whenever one learns anything, the thing thing that they are learning should actually affect them, and one shouldn’t let the words just “go in one ear and out the other”