A purse for work should be more than just a carry bag. In most jobs you’re dealing with customers, co-workers, and executives on a daily basis. How you look to them is important. It can even affect your rate of pay.
Most women need a larger purse for work. Particularly if you use public transportation to travel to your job, you will need room for traveling essentials. If you are a freelancer who makes occasional trips to your job site, you’ll need a purse large enough to hold a laptop or mobile device. Look for a handbag that is well-made and stylish, in a neutral color that can coordinate with any work outfit. If you carry a lot of accessories, select a purse that has several pockets for organization. Digging through a pile of accessories in a single pocket purse makes you look unprofessional, and it’s a time-waster.
You may want to spend a little more money for the best purse for work. Your workplace is the one location where the impressions of others can make a big difference, so be sure to take this into account when you buy.
After a long week at work it is always nice to get away from it all and go on a weekend trip somewhere. Obviously your list will depend largely on where you are going and what you are doing. If you going hiking for example then your hiking boots are going to be fairly high on your list of priorities. So, if you are doing something specific, don’t forget those bits and bobs. This list however, should hopefully provide you with some things that can be easily forgotten but should definitely go on you packing list for weekend trip:
Cash / card / ID / purse / wallet
Phone + charger
Glasses / Contact lenses and cleaner
medication if needed
Passport (if needed)
list of addresses or any other important imformation
dress / shirt (in case you do something fancy)
toothbrush (this is very easy to forget!)
Ipad / cd player
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