What’s In My Bag – Winter Edition

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Seeing as it’s officially winter in New Zealand, I figured it was time to do an updated ‘what’s in my bag’.I’m currently using my Kardashian bag; I bought it last winter and like it because the coral gives a nice pop of colour when everything is grey and dreary. I also love that it isn’t bulky and fits just about everything I want/need (I found out that it can’t fit my umbrella and a water bottle; I always end up carrying the umbrella).  Continue reading →

What’s In My Bag – #BrunchClub Edition

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It’s officially autumn in New Zealand, which means it’s time for another What’s In My Bag post.

Fun fact: my very first post on this blog was a what’s in my bag post; when I started, I hoped these would be regular/seasonal posts… I’ve only just gotten around to doing that; four years later. Looking back at that old post, I really hope my photography skills have improved, cause jeez those photos are terrible (I used a DSLR too…)

Anyway, yesterday, I went to my first #BrunchClub brunch and decided to take the newest addition to the bag familyon its first outing (I have a thing for bags and wallets – I remember when one of my sisters and said “you change wallets like people change undies”; I might have a bit of a problem)  Continue reading →

There is a light and it never goes out

We walked around The Lux Wellington Night Lights Festival again last night. I love the lux festival, it brings some much needed brightness to dreary winter nights, and I definitely needed brightness last night. Here are some photos I took, some of lights and some of street art I liked.  Continue reading →

It’s the middle of winter, apparently…

Today my boyfriend and I (along with some other incredibly awesome people) helped a friend move (I will definitely double-check to see what ‘a few steps‘ means next time we agree to help someone move; apparently it’s code for ‘pretty steep walkway). Seeing as it was incredibly sunny, my boyfriend and I decided to walk back into town; it took us around about 45 minutes, and the views were amazing. It’s the middle of winter, apparently…. Here are a few photos I took  Continue reading →

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