This Avorio hobo made in Italy was hanging at the Mt. Washington goodwill for $8. I almost injured myself snatching it from the rack. Those days are long gone, un/fortunately. Here’s more about it. Pebbled leather, neutral color, adjustble strap – and a black hole.
This year is a little more… at home. Yeah, that’s my foot and one of my New Balance lightweight runners. The goal here is to get a photo each day and sometimes that photo is more real than I’d like, but that’s ok – welcome to my life.
Vintage Fossil from goodwill.
I got this colorblocked Fossil at the Mt. Washington St. Vincent de Paul a few years ago for $12.50 because it was half off. This is a bag that I use again and again and have a hard time switching from- so pray for me for tomorrow. More about it here. Zippers like butter.
$4 at Goodwill. My favorite color. Life is Good. That’s the brand. Perfect for library books and groceries.
I know I should link a lot of these posts to their previous posts, because I wrote much more about them in the past and I’m forgetful. This time I’m doing it. I carried this bag yesterday and today; I really enjoy it. Click the link above and see why.
Sunday was a long travel day so I brought this gray Travelon bag. It has equally sized main compartments on both sides, so using it for one day was rough as i couldn’t remember what was where – unzip zip unzip zip. It’s got lots of great organization, and it’s lightweight.
Cool with me.
I recently added this new Kipling bag to the family, found at the Este St. Vincent de Paul. Lots of times bags like this end up at the thrift store without their signature charm. Kipling’s bags have a furry monkey. It’s cool, and I can definitely live without it. Thought I’d try it out on a road trip. Love it.
I really appreciate their tagline – live light. That’s my plan, Kipling. I’m trying.