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What's in my bag (second edition)

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posted by Matthieu Guyonnet-Duluc alias MatthieuGD on Friday 20th of November 2015 01:11:01 PM

-laptop: MacBook Pro 13” Late 2013 -gloves and tuques (cap), the weather is weird at the moment in Montreal, one day is mild at 13 Celsius and the day after it falls at -2 -a bag from CCA (Canadian Center for Architecture): I’m using it to bring back the vegetables from a weekly delivery at the grocery shop (pousse l’ananas) -a pack of adhesive bands: bought it in Seoul during our summer trip. I can be clumsy, specially when shaving -candy wrapping: my hairdresser has a candy pot nears the cash register … -a plastic bag from a nice shop (jeans jeans jeans): I’m using it to protect the bag from my lunch box -a USB key, never used it but you never know! -some business cards -my wallet, a gift from my brother -my access card for the office -my keys -the usual Apple earpods -some change (I hate bigger wallets so I end up with a lot of change in my bag) -a Zequenz notebook bought in Tokyo (did I mention I love to travel?) -hand cream: winter is coming so it means dry hands for me :( -a Sarasa Zebra 0.7 pen and another one from Asiana airlines (you know because travel …) -And my bag: KPONG SATCHEL from Cotopaxi

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