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What’s In My Bag tag

Last month my dear friend Daks of ThirdWorldProfashional tagged me, so here it is

The Rules
1. Take a picture of your bag.
2. Take a picture of its contents.
3. Explain!
4. Tag as many bloggers as you want, that you’d like to see the contents of their bags.

I’ll admit I am a bit curious about what ladies carry about. I personally have a thing for filling any bag I carry big or small, if I take it out I take it out full LOL.
This is an example of my bag’s contents for a regular school day…

The Bag:

This is my Yesterday-Today-& Tomorrow bag LOL, which means I use it a lot, especially for school. It’s a big red faux patent leather bag from Zara. I think its cute, the color goes with a lot of outfits or at least I think it does :-), and it big enough to fit my laptop 🙂

The Contents:

  1. My MacBook. I do a lot on my laptop from watching my favorite series to blogging and taking notes in class (and tweeting during the boring classes to stay awake 😉 I have a laptop bag but I prefer to fit everything in one bag.
  2. My Wallet. Cash, my cards, international sim cards, emergency pair of earrings. You know normal stuff 🙂
  3. SNCF discount travel card. I have been taking classes in Lille for about a year now so this card was necessary to avoid breaking bank 🙂 If you travel regularly from France by train and are less than 25 (even by a day) you should get this card. It gets you up to 50% off all trips including international trips.
  4. Lady Gaga beats earphones. Music is an absolute necessity for traveling by train, within or outside Paris. Its also a great tool for ignoring weirdoes on the underground.
  5. My Rosary.  I usually have at least one rosary on me; in my bag, my finger, wrist… somewhere
  6. Navigo Pass.  My one year Paris travel card.
  7. Contacts case. I’m short sighted so its this or my glasses. I’ll wear my contacts unless I’m in a hurry, not in the mood to poke my eyes or my makeup subtle/ too much for where I’m going.
  8. A pen. I do most of my on-the-go writing on my phone or laptop but just in case I need to do things the old fashioned way…
  9. Hand and Body Lotion. I got this in a gift set with the Ange ou demon eau de parfun that I absolutlyl love. Ashy is not a good look on chocolate skin.
  10. Makeup PurseThis is obviously my “mobile” makeup purse as only a fraction of my makeup collection could fit in it. Contrary to what many of my friends think, I only carry lipgloss (Urdan decay’s lip Junkies lipgloss in Jilted), blotting powder (Urdan decay de-slick powder) and a powder brush around with me.
  11. Tissues. An absolute must no matter how small my bag is or where I’m going. Blotting, wiping, cleaning… you never know when you’ll need it.
  12. My IphoneMusic, twitter, email, GPS (lets not forget I’m an alien in Paris ;-), Skype…
  13. My keys. House keys, store, travel padlocks… My 2 key holders are from my collection of Europen churches I have visited; Notre dame de Paris and Sequoia familia in Barcelona.
Thats my bag!
Now I’m to tag other bloggers who’s bags I will like to see… I’m tagging all of you. You! Yes, you! Tag your it!


  • Anonymous
    Posted June 22, 2011 at 1:54 PM

    I only carry eye bags. I can cut it open to show you swollen tissues and blood.

  • Sisi Yemmie
    Posted June 22, 2011 at 3:36 PM

    lol @ cheely.

    Stella you're just doing your tag? I luv your bag!!!

  • Anonymous
    Posted June 22, 2011 at 6:40 PM

    Stella u live in Paris? how fab,how is life there? btw i absolutely love your bag,is really cute 🙂

  • Stella
    Posted June 22, 2011 at 9:38 PM

    @ Cheely, EEeeeeewwww!
    @Sisi Yemmie, better late than never innit 😉
    and thanks, I love the bag too, I think every one that knows me knows the bag LOL!

  • Anonymous
    Posted June 25, 2011 at 4:12 PM

    Ah tu vis en France ????
    Mais pourquoi tu écris ton blog en anglais alors ????

  • Stella
    Posted June 27, 2011 at 1:58 PM

    Oui, je vis en France mais l'anglais est ma langue maternelle donc…

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