27-May-14 10:15 AM  CST

Some Tips For Getting Out Of The Door In The Morning

Getting out the door in the morning can be frustrating for even the savviest pharmacy technician. There are so many things to worry about in addition to making sure you look your best in the mornings. There are kids and spouses to get moving in the morning and all of this can seem quite overwhelming at times. Here are some tips to help you keep your sanity in the mornings:


  • Purses and accessories. Consider keeping your accessories by the door in the morning. Put them in a decorative bowl so you can reach for your favorite pair of earrings or watch when you are rushing to get to work in the morning. Like to change your purse out often, but don’t have the time to change out all of your make-up and other goodies? Put the contents of your purse in a smaller bag and then put the smaller bag in the purse you want to change out. This will save you time and a lot of effort when getting ready.


  • Breakfast. Make sure you grab a bite to eat before you get dressed so you won’t spill anything on your work clothes. There is nothing worse than noticing a stain on your clothes right before you walk out of the door. 


  • Prepare. Decide what you will wear to work the night before. Do this even if you wear a uniform to work so you will not have to stress about getting your clothes together. Also, use your hot shower as a steamer to get your white pharmacy technician coat wrinkle free.


            Take the stress out of getting dressed by following the tips above. You will be glad you did and will have peace of mind that you will have gotten one more thing accomplished as part of your day.





1. Durbin, Alesandra. “12 Tricks For Getting Dressed And Out The Door In The Morning.” Web. Today.com. Date of Access: 26 May 2014.

2. Lipoff, Sarah. “14 Ways To Make Your Mornings Better.” Business Insider.com. Web. Date of Access: 26 May 2014.


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