I'm currently working PRN in a home health role so I mostly work out of my car. While I love the autonomy of the position, I often end up with a pretty gross car at the end of the week. Here is a Buzzfeed article with a few tips that look helpful. Here are the things mentioned in the article that I plan to try out: #2 No spill cereal container trash can - the trash situation gets so out of control #4 Frozen water bottle - I'm always trying to trick myself into drinking more water so this is worth a shot! #10 Open box of dryer sheets - let's face it...sometimes we go into stinky situations #13 Two port USB charger - I use a tablet and phone regularly for my work so this is pretty vital #23 Epic snack kit - skip anything that will melt but this is a great idea to cut down on drive-thru temptation What are the hacks that help you stay focused on the road while traveling between home visits? Comment below!
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