What’s in your purse?

Northern Living Allowance has done it, Revanche has done it, I believe Serendipity did it, even J. Money showed his. *If I didn’t include you in this list and you did it (cuz there are more of you, I’ve seen it), let me know and I’d be happy to add you. :)

Showing the goods. I broke down and thought I’d join the fun for a weekend. Here is mine:
purse
Ya, I could actually live out of mine. Oh wait, I don’t have a clean underwear in my purse. Maybe not, but I have a toothbrush!

Let see, clockwise:

  • Wallet, no $, no credit cards
  • My journal for writing down last minute ideas, my budget book to keep us on track, and a pen to make sure there is no excuses
  • I love to print stuff out – holiday recipes, blog writing ideas, and whatever else looks good
  • sun glasses, chapstick, keys, blackberry, work badge, spa certificate (thinking about selling), “mom” keychain, and Dave & Buster cards racked up with points
  • Purse from Kohl’s – totally comfy and probably too big
  • Bag with toothbrush & toothpaste, retainer case, eye glasses, -n- stuff

 

Well that concludes my purse items. Dare to share yours? Hope you are having a great weekend.

12 thoughts on “What’s in your purse?

  1. Matt SF

    This is one of those instances where being a guy is a beneficial thing.

    I carry: keys, sunglasses, wallet.

    That’s about it.

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  2. Beckey

    I always use a smaller sized purse. All I have in mine is:

    - Wallet (typically less than $5, debit card)
    - Medications
    - 2 pens
    - Chapstick
    - Sweet & Low
    - Feminine Products
    - Notes (usually on Post-its because I think of them at work)

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    1. money funk

      Hi Beckey,
      Thanks for sharing. I typically don’t carry cash at all. My husband is always trying to shove some cash in my wallet for possible emergencies. I’m a debit kind of gal. Like how you carry your own sweet & low. ;)

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      1. Beckey

        I have to carry the sweet & low. I don’t like Splenda or the blue packaged one (can’t remember the name right now). Sometimes I’ll have coffee somewhere and they mess up and use Splenda instead, I can definitely tell the difference!

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        1. money funk

          My mother is diabetic. So I am going to try and make gingersnap cookies with Splenda. I am kind of cautious about it cuz I don’t believe in Splenda. But will give it a try. I’m a sweet & low kind of girl, too. :)

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    1. money funk

      You mean I have too much stuff in it right? LOL. I’ve tried to empty it but it keeps filling up again! Oh well! Although, for quick trips I tend to throw the wallet, keys and sunglasses. This big bag is more during the week traveling to work bag.

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  3. Janusin

    Will you please tell me where you had read or seen the information for banks not coming after you in the state for Florida for the difference after a foreclosure. If you have the link that would be great!!! Greatly Appreciate It!

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    1. money funk

      Janusin, I am sorry. I think I briefly remember talking about foreclosure on a blog and that there is a bank program allowing a homeowner to walk away from their home and recieving money for it. But I do not know anything about the state of Florida not coming after you for the difference in a foreclosure.

      Wish I could help. If I do find something, I will be sure to email you with the information.

      Reply

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