I was very disappointed to learn that we couldn't bring ipods or phones into the warehouse. I understand why, but I'm thinking I might be willing to risk a confiscation for a while in order to listen to music while loading trailers. However, one day a few months ago, when it was still cold, I saw someone in the hub with earphones discreetly on in his trailer when I was sent over there. I asked him how he got them in, but he didn't want to say. However, it got me thinking when I remembered it, today. Out of curiosity, I stumbled upon this beauty: http://smile.amazon.com/DBPOWER-Bluetooth-Headphones-Microphone-Handsfree/dp/B00IXGXS7A/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1402188439&sr=8-2&keywords=smallest wireless headphones I think these would be perfect for anyone with long hair, or anyone during the winter months with a hoody on. The only issue might be that it falls out while you're moving around. That would suck. And it can only play music for like 2-5 hours on a full charge. But still pretty awesome! Oh! Or the radio! That would be so cool. Listening to NPR while working would make work go by a lot faster. Coupled with my tiny ipod nano, I think I might give this a try. I hardly use the nano anyway, so if it gets confiscated for a bit, no biggie. Probably only leave one bud in so that I can still hear the supervisors screaming at me. Too bad I didn't just feign deaf when I was hired. Maybe I could fake a head injury outside of work. >.> Kidding. Probably. I also found this: http://www.amazon.com/LunaTik-Watch-Wrist-Strap-iPod/dp/B004UIC948?SubscriptionId=AKIAILSHYYTFIVPWUY6Q&tag=duckduckgo-d-20&linkCode=xm2&camp=2025&creative=165953&creativeASIN=B004UIC948 Since we're allowed to wear 'watches'. But, since it's all out in the open, someone might notice quite easily. That'd be a ballsy move, though. I figure if you leave the clock on for the nano, it looks like a regular wrist watch for the most part--with the exception of the ipod controls, on and off button and volume control on the sides. And the USB port.