What’s In Our Everyday Bag {Summer Edition}

In My Bag

Tanya – I did a What’s In My Bag post last year, and a few things have changes since then. I do have a few different bags, but the one pictured is my big “I’m going to be out all day” bag.

Kelly & Katie Alia Reversible Tote (black) from DSW

My Stuff zipper pouch has my Sony headphones, KMashi phone charger + USB cord

Toiletries pouch with Mac foundation, Wet n Wild Megaslicks Balm Stain, Chapstick, Secret mini-deodorant, Aleve pain meds, pk. of tissue

Nine West Wristlet that has my phone in the outside zippered pocket, wallet, gum and/or mints + checkbook. A lot of times, I just take this out and leave my purse in the car if I’m going to run a quick errand, or hit up the supermarket.

In My Bag

ARC Planner (with some Martha Stewart discbound planner items). I stopped using a paper planner for personal stuff because a while ago because I just didn’t have much stuff to put in it. I’m back trying it though I’ve merged it with my work stuff (and down

❧ I also have always have a book + sunglasses in the summer.

Of everything in my bag, perhaps the one thing I love the most is the wristlet because I can just grab it and go and it’ll have my purse + phone + keys.

kim bagKim – I try to keep my purse simple now that I’ve finally ditched the huge diaper bag. Here’s what you’ll always find in there…

❧ My gray bag is so old that I can’t remember where I bought it from.

❧ Nate Berkus Pencil Pouch from Target – This is where I keep a stash of diapers and wipes.

Toiletries Case – Bert’s Bee’s Rose Lip Balm, Aveeno Daily Moisturizing Lotion, Sunscreen.

Wristlet Striped Wallet – old from Target. In here you’ll find my bank cards, loyalty cards, library cards, and a bit of change. I rarely have cash on me and I don’t have a checkbook.

❧ Ipod with audiobook, sunglasses, snack & drink for the toddler, spare clothes for the kiddo, and keys.

I don’t carry a planner with me right now but keep one on my kitchen counter and carry a small notebook instead.

What do you never leave home without?




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