What’s In My Bag + Giveaway

It’s time for an updated what’s-in-my-bag video (I explain what this means in the video, if you are unfamiliar, but in a nutshell: it’s a popular type of video on YouTube, all nosy and such). Again, I want to thank you all for your sweet support and for being a part of this blog. It’s been so great meeting so many of you over the past few years. I hope to meet many more of you in the coming ones!

As a thank you, I’d like to give one of you wonderful people a Rebecca Minkoff MAC bag. It’s in a gorgeous supple brown leather with brass hardware, and it’s the identical bag that I have been carrying around, and that you see in the video above. Disclaimer: I purchased the giveaway bag with my own money. Nothing about this giveaway is sponsored or affiliated with any brand in any way. How to enter after the click!

Here’s how to enter, if you didn’t feel like watching the video: you don’t need to tweet, like, or subscribe to anything. You don’t even have to be a subscriber. Of course, I’d love for you to, but it’s completely optional. (And in case you want to, there are many ways in the sidebar to do so.) All you have to do is leave a comment. It can be saying anything–although I enjoy reading the comments so much more if you’re interesting. ;) How about what bag you are currently carrying around? Or a funny joke? Anything. You can even just write “enter me”, boring as it may be. Lastly, you can enter once per day, for as many days as the giveaway is open. That increases your chances of winning! Make sure you provide the correct email address in the comments below, so that I can have a way to reach you if you are the winner.

The giveaway closes January 31st at midnight central time. It is open worldwide, but you must be 13 or older (with your parent’s permission if you are under 18) to participate. I love you, and good luck!


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