There is no definitive answer to this question, as it depends on the individual’s preferences and memory-related experiences. However, some experts recommend that memory slots should be populated in a specific order, based on the principle of “use it or lose it.”
The first two or three slots in a person’s memory are typically the easiest to recall, because they are frequently accessed. After these initial slots are filled, subsequent memories are less likely to be recalled.
It is therefore important to fill these first slots with meaningful information, so that it will be more likely to be remembered later on.
Some people prefer to populate their memory slots in reverse order, starting with the difficult memories and working their way up. Others prefer to start with the easiest memories and work their way up.
Ultimately, it is up to the individual to decide which order works best for them.