Purses and Posture (Part 2) — 4 Comments

  1. When you are using public transportation, what you must carry increases. It works for me to have a smaller purse with just a wallet, keys, phone, etc. inside of a larger day pack. You can often ask a place of business to watch your pack temporarily that includes your lunch, heavy bus schedule, book, etc. Another solution is to wear clothing with more pockets – such as a vest.
    Convincing the change toward keeping notes digitally rather than a paper notebook is an option to cut down on weight; but I still prefer to use paper. But I now use a much smaller spiral-bound notebook and tear out pages after ‘important’ references are copied and left at home. Less weight is also a great excuse to get and use an e-reader.

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