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It’s been a while since the last time I posted a blog. Life’s been a little crazy these days, and it still is, unfortunately. But, I have a blog for today! This blog is inspired by fashion YouTubers and Bloggers. I have been planning to write this blog for a while but never found a good opportunity to do it until now. Since I graduated from university in June, I have been in search of a suitable bag for me. I wanted a bag that is not a tote or hand bag, and a backpack that does not make me look like a student. Going through multiple searches and looking for the right one. I came down with two bags from Vera Bradley. This brand was introduced to me when I saw a few of my chronic illness YouTubers and Bloggers were using the brand, and I got intrigued by the amount of patterns that this brand has to offer.
So, let me first introduce to you the bags-I have two different ones here. The one on the left is the Vera Bradley Midtown Cargo Backpack, in the pattern Midnight Floral. And, the one on the right is the Vera Bradley Iconic Sling Backpack, Signature Cotton, in the pattern Moonlight Garden. I absolutely LOVE both patterns and the names for them!
Next, let’s go “deeper” into what I have and what I carry on a daily basis in my bag. As you can see the photo from the right where I lay out the items that I carry (almost on a daily basis, with an exception of my iPad Mini-I only carry that when I go to meetings). So, on a daily basis, I’ll always have my wallet, my sunglasses, my keys and my bus pass. In addition, I have a medium sized Vera Bradley cosmetic bag, and inside it, I put smaller items such as: my Monocular scope (Visual Aid), inhaler, other medicine, napkins, earphones, a Cambridge mask, chap stick, hand cream and an extra white cane tip. I would NOT leave my home without checking that I have all of these things (and yes, I do check!).
At this point, you might be wondering, “where is my phone?” Well, the truth is that, my phone is more often in my pockets than it is in my bag. This leads to two other items that I carry but not necessarily always in my bag, and they are: my phone and my white cane. Sometimes, I will put my phone and my white cane in my bag, but more often than not, they aren’t. But, these two items are definitely always with me all the time.
Hence, this concludes today’s blog on “What’s in my bag?” I hope you’ve enjoyed reading it. So my question to you is, What’s in your bag? Do you have items that you absolutely have to carry with you at all times? I’d love to hear from you!
Thank you for reading to the end.
By: The Invisible Vision Project