Have you ever had to work on the go? Did you need to take your office supplies with you? Have you ever worked out of a hotel room or Starbucks and didn’t have the necessary office supplies with you? Consider using a toiletry bag for your mobile office supplies.
I’m always finding new ways to use simple everyday items for productivity. Although I have a decorating studio in an executive office suite, I often find myself meeting with clients in their homes, new home construction sites, or even local Starbucks. In addition to my Chromebook or iPad, I need the necessary “office supplies” to be prepared to process orders, write contracts, and take payments.
Think Outside The Box
At first, I kept my supplies in a traditional pencil case when working on the go. It worked great, but my paper clips and other items were all tangled together and appeared cluttered. I didn’t like simply tossing all items in the case or bag. I decided to use a hanging toiletry bag.
The exact hanging toiletry bag I used to transform into a mobile office was the Hanging Toiletry Bag By Yofi Nurture Yourself. It was given to me to review. When I saw it, I knew it would make the perfect bag for my mobile office. I love this particular bag because it has several compartments and it doesn’t look like a typical toiletry bag. This bag is made out of durable Polyester. It is tear proof, stain proof, and also water proof. You can use the attached hook to hang on a door, the back of a restaurant chair, or even to attach it to your work bag. Overall, I am very pleased with my complete mobile office. This bag can be found on Amazon. To see how I pack my bag, you can watch my YouTube review HERE.
I hope you found this information helpful. If you have any other questions, please do not hesitate to ask in the comments section below. I would also love to hear of different ways you would use a toiletry bag for productivity.
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