Wednesday, March 7, 2012

My Mobile Office

At home, I have a dedicated room for an office, yet I don't seem to accomplish much in there. Mainly because I am hardly ever in it. Being a stay-at-home-mom often means I have to take care of things when and where I can. That's when my mobile office comes in, my car. 

Some of the most important phone calls I've ever made have been done from a cell phone, in between car-line pick-ups, in this traveling office. Yesterday morning was another one of those times where I found my car-office to be extremely useful. Look at all my car-office can provide. As soon as I start the engine, I know the temperature outside. In between the seat and the center console, I neatly place the paperwork I need for a meeting. After the meeting, I can take my traveling office to run errands and it helps me bring all my packages.

My office comes with lots of windows and, almost always, a pretty view.

I just have to be sure to enjoy it because before I know it, it's time to head back and deal with all the happenings at headquarters.

Do you ever feel like your car is your office or am I the only one?
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6 Sunny Notes:

Cassie Bustamante said...

i feel more like my car is my kids trash can. ugh.

michelle said...

Ok first of all I love your Indian Jones key chain. Second I wish my car temp said 70. :) and third, yup, I feel that my car is my office at times too but you are right, it has a great view. :)
Have a wonderful day!

Kelli W said...

I think I spend almost as much time in my car as I do at home! We are constantly going and doing. Right now my office is need of a major cleanup inside and out:)

Lindsey Buck said...

Ha, I can't say that my car is my office yet, but I know many people who can. Sometimes the bus feels like my office, but it's far more crowded than I would like my office to be. :)

Suzanne@Meridian Road said...

I used to! It was my office and my second living room. But now my kids are mostly grown, and I don't spend as much time in the car.

Kori said...

I had to smile at your keys because I have a Lego Yoda keychain I got when my son was in kindergarten (he's now 15). He's still living on my key ring, but, like your Indy, he's missing his right hand as well. :D