I change my bag or purse to match my outfit or mood. I bring a large purse if I am going to be toting around a lot of junk and papers that are usually for church.
What do you consider to be junk in the handbag?
Junk to me is paper to write with, notes, information, candy, napkins, pen and pencils. Junk to me is everything I know I need to clean out of my purse once I return home.
I have a collection of different bags I take with me on Fridays to do the heavier part of the weekend shop, several Tesco bags of different sizes, a couple of Asda (our equivalent of Walmart, owned by them) and a solid-looking Waitrose bag I use for the cat-food tins and boxes. Most of the time I only use three, but it's handy to have more for high days and holidays (especially the beer cans, 'plonk' and 'the hard stuff'.
You see many shoppers using sheaves of plastic bags - quite a lot are Asian and African, for some reason - that they'll throw away when they get home! Trouble is, most of those plastic bags are not very strong, so they need two bags (one inside the other) for more solid, heavy goods. Just leaves you scratching your head, doesn't it?
by Chloe Davis Smith19 months ago
What do you do with plastic bags from retail stores?Do you throw them away or keep them? If you keep them what do you do with them? (Photo via Joe Naylor - Flickr - CC BY 2.0)
by nightwork46 years ago
Do you agree with paying $.05 for grocery bags?are you ok with having to pay for plastic bags when you shop or is it unfair?
by steve-bc-ca7 years ago
As your lifestyle changes do you find your purse choice also changes. Or have you stayed with the same designer and style throughout your life? Bold text
by Helena Ricketts5 years ago
What do you use your plastic grocery bags for once you have your groceries home from the store?I try to recycle mine into crocheted rugs or "pooper scooper" bags. I'm curious, what do you do with yours?
by nikki17 years ago
What makes it the you handbag?
by kathleenkat5 years ago
http://articles.latimes.com/2010/nov/02 … s-20101103Thoughts?
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