Tips for Mobile Workers – Productivity & Organizing Blog Carnival

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A construction worker is one of many mobile workers who don’t have the option of keeping everything they need in a desk drawer or cabinet.

There’s a lot of talk these days about working from home, returning to the office, and the hybrid work model, where employees split their time between the two locations. Each scenario presents its own set of challenges and benefits.

But what about folks who have no fixed workspace? This includes pharmaceutical and other outside sales reps, locum tenens and others who work in multiple locations, construction workers, and even professional organizers who serve clients in their home or workplace. These mobile workers don’t have the option of keeping everything they need in a desk drawer or cabinet. Instead, they need to develop efficient ways to manage their work tools and schedule.

I knew my readers would have some great ideas to share, so I invited them to submit their tips for mobile workers to this month’s Productivity & Organizing Blog Carnival, and their submissions are listed below. Please connect with the bloggers on social media, leave comments, and share your favorite posts with your own network, using the hashtag #POBC.

I sincerely thank everyone who contributed to this month’s Productivity & Organizing Blog Carnival.

Next month’s topic will be Tips for Business Women, and I hope you’ll be able to join us. You have until September 20 th to make a submission.

If you offer a product or service that would interest professional organizers, productivity consultants, or their clients, maximize your exposure by sponsoring an upcoming edition of the Productivity & Organizing Blog Carnival.

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Topics for 2024

Forming New Habits
Submission dates: December 21 to January 17
Sponsor: Geralin Thomas, Career Coach to Professional Organizers

Creative Storage Solutions
Submission dates: January 18 to February 14
Sponsor: Sabrina’s Organizing & Admin Services

Money Management
Submission dates: February 15 to March 20
Sponsor: Mindflows for ADHD

Education and Organizing
Submission dates: March 21 to April 17
Sponsorship available

Filing Systems
Submission dates: April 18 to May 15
Sponsor: Sabrina’s Organizing & Admin Services

Collaboration
Submission dates: May 16 to June 19
Sponsor: Peggy Wonder, Space For You

Writing and Organizing
Submission dates: June 20 to July 17
Sponsorship available

Meal Planning
Submission dates: July 18 to August 14
Sponsorship available

Organizing Meetings
Submission dates: August 15 to September 18
Sponsorship available

Organizing for Seasonal Changes
Submission dates: September 19 to October 16
Sponsorship available

Best Organizing & Productivity Books
Submission dates: October 17 to November 20
Sponsorship available

Best of 2024
Submission dates: November 21 to December 25
Sponsorship available

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2 Comments

  1. Avatar Seana Turner on August 17, 2022 at 11:15 am

    This is certainly a “hot topic” these days. Seems like the majority of people I know are doing at least some kind of remote work. Thanks so much for including my post. I’m looking forward to reading what others have offered. 🙂

    • Avatar Janet Barclay on August 17, 2022 at 3:04 pm

      Yes, this topic definitely affects more people than it would have a few years ago! Thanks for contributing your excellent tips and for your comment.

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