Do you ever find yourself waiting while out-and-about and think that you should have brought that article information with you so you could work on it? This happens to me often.
I have a tote that I can just grab and go whenever I leave the house. No matter what I am doing that day, the tote goes with me. It is filled with projects that I can work on and the necessities to do so:
My laptop, always ready to go.
A notebook with article, eBook, eCourse, Newsletter and Special Report topic ideas.
A folder with short story notes.
Pens and extra paper.
Keeping this tote at the ready and in an easily accessible location aids me in getting more done. Whenever I have and extra 15 minutes or so, I can just pull out the laptop and notes.
How do you handle work on the go? If you do not have a system set up already, consider implementing one.
Shannon L. Buck
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