Pumpkin Patch with Feed Projects
Back in January, I wrote my first “What’s in My Work Bag” and boy has a lot changed. I went from driving an hour plus to and from work to taking a subway every day. Whether your commute deals with a congested highway or a congested subway cart, you need a bag that can handle it all. Check out why I’ve been loving this bag from Feed Projects.
Top (Very old) | Jeans (Everlane – Thrifted) | Bag
This Bag Donates 50 Meals to a Child in Need
My favorite part about Feed Projects is that when you buy a product proceeds go to giving a meal to a child. This particular bag donates 50 meals to children in need. So not only can you have a cute, functional bag but you’re also helping a few children get by.
From Work to Play
Now that I work in the city, it seems like I’m always doing something after work. Whether it’s grabbing drinks with friends or running around a thrift store, I need a bag that allows me to have my hands free. Thankfully, this bag is perfect for holding everything I need while looking sleeker than my normal go-to backpack. I admit, when I go to Orangetheory after work I do have to carry a second bag for my shoes. That is one advantage of a pack pack over a bag.
What’s in My Bag?
Some things never change. On any given day I will have my work laptop, wristlet, a few blue ink pens, a Ban.Do agenda book, a reusable water bottle, an Orangetheroy arm band, and a reusable lunch container. This bag is the perfect size to carry all of that and room for more!
What I like Most About the Bag
I really like how many pockets this bag has. There is a long zipped up pocket in the middle of the bag. I tend to put my wallet in that pocket. Since my commute sometimes involves congested areas, it gives me peace of mind that I can hind important things. I also love the color! Army green is my absolute favorite color to wear because it acts as a neutral. Plus, it acts as a good pop of color when I’m wearing all black or white.
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What do you typically bring to work? Let me know in the comments down below.
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