Why does the car get all the lumps? I treat it like a giant purse. I have the nail clipper, toothpick, Kleenex, lipstick, lip balm, lotion, spare change, extra shoes, and so forth. When I am in the car for long stretches such as on the freeway during rush hour, even though I try to avoid those times, I notice food between my teeth, chapped lips, dry hands, hanging cuticles, and I am driven to take care of it without digging through my purse.
My husband says it is a rolling closet.
When I take the time to remove the bags and totes, then it is manageable. I thought having these items in the car meant that I was organized. More attention to how I store these daily life items would serve me. I can change how I view those dashes into the house and office between appointments. My new mantra will be – There is enough time to do what needs to be done.