I thoroughly read all of the posts on "what is your fm/cfs survial kit", for the things we *must* have when taking a trip. However, please alter your responses to fit the workplace, for those of you that work outside of the home. For me, I have been thinking that some of my shoulder pain is coming from carrying purses and totes. I do need to carry things. Along with my money, identification and supplements, I have my pocket calendar, which contains frequently-needed phone numbers (doctors' offices; my kids's schools, etc.). I like to keep handwritten hard copies of those things---------I don't trust keeping everything in an electronic organizer, because you can lose all of your information if someting happens to it. I need a pocket calender/organizer with sturdy pockets to hold important phone numbers/cards. I also need a bookbag, but I don't want it to look like a college student backpack, but it must be long enough to accommodate sheets of paper, as I must document things on my job, because my employers are constantly trying to find reasons to discipline me or otherwise *pick* with me. Any suggestions?