For many years, I have worked in an office. I’ve worked in many different roles over the years from finance/payroll, clinic manager to PA. My most recent role as a hospital administrator has now come to an end after the closure of my community hospital. I’m no too sure what the future holds in regards to whether I will return to a traditional office job. Whilst I have been off on maternity leave I have been enjoying the freedom of working from home. I can set my own hours (when Piglet lets me), I can be available for all the various activities that Roo and Tigger take part in and I can pick and choose what work I take on.
One device to do it all
When I’m working at home I sometimes look at my desk (aka my dining table) and wonder why I have so many different devices and paperwork when in this day and age I should be able to have one device to do it all. I have my laptop for typing up my blog posts, editing photos etc. My tablet for keeping up to date on social media, apps and, of course, an unhealthy obsession with Candy Crush and Simpsons Tapped Out. My phone sits by the side of me just in case the school needs to get in touch with me.
I have my laptop for typing up my blog posts, editing photos etc. My notebook which houses my blog posts I have jotted down whilst watching TV the night before, all written in a colourful section of pens. My tablet for keeping up to date on social media, apps and, of course, an unhealthy obsession with Candy Crush and Simpsons Tapped Out. My phone sits by the side of me just in case the school needs to get in touch with me, which is also connected to the internet so as a new notification pops up I take a look at it even if I’m trying my hardest to keep away from social media.
Add to this selection my camera, the radio playing the corner and a pile of paperwork that I really need to sort through and either action or file away (I’ve always hating filing). It seems I’m not the only one who uses multiple devices, Dell has been looking into how to make our devices work better for us, take a look at the infographic below or click here to read more.
How many devices do you own?
Disclosure: This is a collaborative post