Day 9 – What’s In Your Bag/Wallet? (30 Day Blogging Challenge)

If you’ve read a couple of my other posts it probably won’t come as a surprise to you that I am the kind of person to come overly prepared and carry everythingggg around with me. I’ll list what’s in my backpack for a typical day at university:

  • Notebook, for furiously making notes before my lecturers move on to the next slide
  • A pencil case, with biros, pencil, ruler, rubber, sharpener, highlights…Though I don’t think I’ve ever used more than a black biro at uni
  • Food. All the food. I always take lunch with me cause it’s way to easy to buy a bunch of fast food and I eat enough crap as it is. You can always count on me to also have a vast array of cereal bars on me at all time too
  • My purse, containing a small selection of loose change and loyalty cards for every shop known to man
  • Water. I like to carry a 2 litre bottle with me for a full day of lectures. People laugh, but they’re the ones with a headache at the end of the day
  • Numerous lip balms and Vaseline tins. Cannot be without
  • Hand cream
  • Hand sanitiser
  • Hairbrush
  • Blotting sheets, because I am one oily bitch
  • Powder and powder brush
  • Tampon/sanitary towels – despite my my most recent period being about 3 years ago
  • Portable charger
  • Mints
  • Card holder for my oyster card, student ID, railcard etc
  • Tissues

I think that’s just about it. But see what I mean? Prepared for all eventualities.

Author: standardmillennialproblems

Second year university student based in London trying to get a 2.1/battle depression/maintain a struggling social life/wear dresses without self-loathing...all whilst making a few witty comments and trying to note them down here.

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