A few extra hours can be productive time if you plan ahead. A partner in an accessibility consultancy, Dana Marlowe says she always prepares in case she needs to work while on the road. “I bring my laptop, tablet, charging cords, and remote-access apps with me so I can do work from a mobile office anywhere and log in to my secured network.” But, she says, there are also ways to ensure you can work even if an outlet or quiet space isn’t available. “I like to be prepared with both digital and hard copies of documents in case I can’t charge my technology,” she explains.
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