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What's in my bag?

J'adore June is just past the halfway point and it has been a blast and a half thus far.  To kick off yesterday, you know Monday, Sundays' bitchy sister, the topic asked what's in my bag...

Which got me thinking, I can pretty much surmise what's in my bag any given day as:
a)Professional
b)Pretty
c)Otherwise Fabulous

Allow me to elaborate...

Professional:
-My beloved planner from Target.  I believe in social media and the tech part of life, however nothing beats pen to paper planning and organizing.

-Business cards all day; for both my social media business services and for my baking business with my two gal pals.  Never throw away a business card!

-I'm a writer so I always pack a pen or ten.  Even with a cute, smaller clutch I throw one in my bag. In day to day, I carry my stack in an adorable little case.

Pretty: 
-My cutesy Clinique makeup bag that is full of life's daily essentials:
-lots of lip lip stuff
-floss
-face powder to freshen up with
-chamomile deliciousness
-not shown but always with me: cherry cough drops, Advil and bobby pins.
Essentials people.

Otherwise Fabulous:
-The bag itself lands here.  Kate Spade has my spade heart for life

-LC Lauren Conrad for Kohls sunnies...I got them for such an amazing deal that it's worth some extra detail.  I got two pairs, one black and gray and the ones you see in the pic.  I paid around $10 for the two pairs combined(!!!) because of them being on sale, plus I had a coupon.  Let me tell you, that equated to around 85% savings.  So yea, in the fabulous column they go.

-I love my teal/tortoise frame glasses for my ever so unique prescription; I am far sighted in one eye and near in the other. If that isn't fab, well I don't know what is my friends.


There we have it, a glimpse at what's in my bag on any given day.  Spill it (not on the floor-I hate that!), what's in yours?

Until we meet again,
M

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