Hello guys, I hope you are having a great weekend. Today I’m talking about what’s in my bag(God knows why lol). I definitely am not the girliest girl but did promise my mom I’d change this year(owning tissues, wipes and all what not). I always like to keep my bag arranged and free of rubbish because I switch bags a lot, so these are the basic things I always have with me. Also, how embarrassing would it be if a someone opened your bag and you have old tissues flying out of one end and tons of random receipts and sweet wrappers flying out of the other?
The most important thing is my wallet; without my wallet I literally cannot do anything, I’m sure many of you share the same sentiments. Your wallet is like your life; coins, cards, ID etc. After my wallet, Nurofen, my phone charger and hairbrush are the dearest to my heart. I could cry if I left my hairbrush at home, I cannot begin to tell you what instant glam this Toni&Guy hairbrush gives to my hair. Also, you would have noticed I have two different colours of pens as well as a mechanical pencil(still an Architect at heart). I know this sounds weird but at school, I use the blue pen for blue, pink and purple notebooks and the black pen for my brown and black notebooks. I think it looks really tacky and discouraging to read when you have different colours of pens in the same notebook especially since my hand writing is all over the place.
So ladies, it has been reported that the average handbag has more disease-causing microbes than a public toilet lol how nasty(and creepy)! If you think about it, we go about our daily activities, touching all sorts, shaking hands etc. and it all ends up on our Handbags, the handle to be precise! It does seem impossible to avoid but there are a few things you can do to reduce the chances. Firstly, SANITIZE! SANITIZE!! SANITIZE!!! Sanitize your hands always, but how do you sanitize when your sanitizer is in your hand bag and you have to use germy hands to get into your handbag? Lol its like an unending circle. I usually have sanitizer in my bag in Lagos but I’ll have to admit, I have neglected it a wee bit here but will most definitely pick up on that again especially since Ebola is apparently now in Scotland. Also, as regularly as you can, use disinfecting wipes to wipe your bag inside and out as well as avoid keeping rubbish in your bag as earlier mentioned. You obviously cannot kill all the germs, but you can help to reduce your chances of getting them into your system especially if you are the type that is prone to diseases.