Which, I get to do again this weekend. Our son, in Arizona, is moving to new apartment. We will drive there for the weekend, taking another son to help them with the move, spend time with two of our guys and their gals, and sneak in an anniversary get-away while we're at it. Once again, I'm packing up to travel with my current writing projects, notebooks, and books. I've barely unpacked from the last trip.
|This photo is from Pottery Barn Outdoor Spaces|
This is a good time to put my portable office into practice.
Because I'm still a hard-copy person, I use pen and paper for most of my writing, transferring it to the computer as I edit. Notebooks hold journals, ideas, notes, quotes, various projects. My file cabinet holds notes, articles written; the portable file the most current projects and notes.
To keep my writing projects streamlined and functional and easily portable is a goal that helps me to keep on track and prevent piling up masses of paper and clutter. Theoretically anyway - my desk tells a different story. It's an on-going process.
|My version of a portable office|