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One way I squeeze a few more things into my day is by making sure I never leave the house without some type of craft along with me.
At all times I have 4 to 6 bags packed full of all the supplies needed to complete simple crafts sitting on a shelf near our front door.
I bring these bags to the pool, to a meeting with a friend for coffee, to a friend’s house for an afternoon visit or along on long car rides with my husband driving.
I don’t spend much on my bags. Most are from yard sales or were freebies.
I like bags with zippered tops to avoid loosing pieces in transit. I prefer bags with flat bottoms so that they stand up. Pockets are always a plus to hold supplies.
By carrying these bags with me where ever I go, I am able to make enough crafts every year to give as gifts as well as sell.
Perhaps crafting is not your thing. How about reading? In addition to crafts I also carry along a book, magazine or a few e-books on my kindle app. every where I go so I can squeeze in a bit of reading wherever I am.
Do you work on a computer? I have a bag, that fits my net book, blogging binder, and other writing needs perfectly for an impromptu writing session, should one arise.
With a little bit of thought you can come up with your own “To Go” bags.
Dig Into The Time Management Series Using The Links Below
Introduction: 31 Days Of Time Saving Tips For The Work-At-Home Mom
Day One: Perform a Time Audit
Day Two: Night Owl Or Morning Bird?
Day Three: Where are Your Largest Windows?
Day Four: Making the Most of Small Windows
Day Five: Daily To Do Lists
Day Six: Maximizing The To Do List
Day Seven: Say No
Day Eight: Eliminate Poor Yes Choices
Day Nine: Put Your Time Offenders On a Budget
Day Ten: Combine Joy
Day Eleven: Making Effective Use of Waiting Time
Day Twelve: Making Use of Travel Time
Day Thirteen: Making The Most of Mom Taxi in Waiting Time
Day Fourteen: Take Time to Rest a Few Moments Each Day
Day Fifteen: Tag-Team
Day Sixteen: Involve the Kids
Day Seventeen: Mechanical Slaves
Day Eighteen: Outside Help
Day Nineteen: Timer Magic
Day Twenty: Take a Rest Day
Day Twenty One: Less Stuff, Less Mess, More Time
Day Twenty Two: Hold A Family Work Bee
Day Twenty Three: Keep Gatherings Simple
Day Twenty Four: Saving Time in The Kitchen
Day Twenty Five: The Self Cleaning Home
Day Twenty Six: Streamlining Your Homeschooling day
Day Twenty Seven: Create an I Did It List
Day Twenty Eight: Create a Simple Cleaning Routine
Day Twenty Nine: Create To Go Bags (you are here)
Day Thirty: Making Minimum Standards
Day Thirty One: Treat Life Like a Marathon Not a Sprint
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