February 18, 2012 in Uncategorized
Aussie reader Lisa suggested I do a “What’s in my Bag” post, and since whatever Lisa wants, Lisa gets, here I am.
And, I freaking love these things. They are really popular on Flickr and Youtube, and I have been known to look inside others peoples handbags for hours. (It’s a girl thing. I know that any men reading right now are thinking, “What the hell is this weirdness?”) I’ve always thought it would be fun to do this, and when she suggested it, I was all over it.
Away we go……
I hope you don’t think I’m bragging when I show you some of my stuff. My Louis Vuitton purse is about a year old, and my Dolce & Gabbana wallet is about 6 months old.
That’s all crap.
I bought that little green purse about a week ago at GOODWILL. It was $4.
I normally would never carry a green bag (only black), but I had been wanting a new purse cuz mine was looking pretty worn. When I saw it I thought it was cute, and cheap, so I got it. And, I really like it.
Inside my little Goodwill find are the following items…..
A pink cosmetic bag (ALSO from Goodwill) – Goodwill is THE place to find cute cosmetic bags for only a couple dollars each. I’ve had this one for years.
Wallet – definitely NOT Dolce and Gabbana
My thyroid medication
A pouch for *ahem* girl stuff
Weight Watchers points calculator
Inside the cosmetic bag…….
Sharpie permanent marker
memory stick/ flash drive/ thumb drive – whatever you wanna call them
2 nail clippers
gym keycard and keys for lock on a lanyard
lock (for the locker at the gym)
Inside my wallet…..
I have a glass nail file in there somewhere…..
Sorry. You didn’t need to see that.
And that’s it. There were 2 stray receipts that I didn’t feel the need to show you.
That’s how my purse always looks. However, if I would have done this about 4 years ago, when I was working, this post would have been three times as long. I used to carry a crazy amount of stuff around with me.
I would love to see any other bloggers reading do this too, just so I can snoop around inside your purse.
Lori. Pam. Rachel. I’m talking to you.