I was reading Ellie's blog yesterday and her "What's in my bag" post and realised I haven't done one of these for aaaages. Not that the contents of my bag is particularly interesting but I find what's in other peoples bag to be quite intriguing. It's interesting to see what other people deem as necessary to carry around with them, or to see what they've managed to hoard away in their bag. I'll admit this collection of stuff is edited down a lot from what is actually inside my bag but I'm certain that you're not going to be fascinated by Milky-Way wrappers and Sainsbury's receipts.
I bought my bag about a year ago from Primark and it's lasted me so well. Normally when I get a new bag I'm on the lookout for a new one within a couple of months but I have no desire to part with my trustworthy friend. I'm always shocked at how well Primark's bags last - I just assume they're going to fall apart like a lot of their clothes.
Lip balms are always a necessity in my bag, I normally have about 5 but I'm trying to spread them out amongst all my other smaller bags so I'm never without one. I'm currently transporting a lip stain from Sainsbury's and a cherry flavoured Jelly Belly one. So inexpensive and probably 2 of the best I've ever owned. Moisturiser, perfume and dry shampoo are always lying about my bag just incase, although both of my perfumes have now ran out *sob*.
It's lanyards galore in my bag! My Topshop one never leaves my bag because I wouldn't ever remember to take it to work. My college lanyard never leaves my bag now either as I've taken the student card out so I don't swap it between bags. I was told at college however I have to have my ID in the lanyard so I borrowed my friend Talietha's old one from last year just to fill the gap. So if anyone asks at college, my name is actually Talietha.
The purse I'm currently lugging around is from Topshop and I hated it when it first came into store but then 3 days later actually bought it. Not too sure what changed my mind, but it does the job. Since I have an iPhone, I rarely use my iPod but it's always there just incase my phone battery dies. I can not have a bus journey without music. I also can not leave the house without a pen and at the moment a PT pen is the one lying about.
Last but not least my new iPhone (RIP 3GS) and my little compact camera for when I'm out and about.
Like I said, not particularly enthralling, but some of you might like to be nosey inside my bag. I was planning on having a productive day today since it's the beginning of half term, but since the snow has arrived I just want to stay inside in my pyjama's. Is it really necessary to keep snowing?