Even though it’s golf season year round here in Barbados, many golfers are just at the start of their season. So I thought it’d be a great time to share with you what’s in my golf bag.
It’s time for another round of “It’s in the Bag”! I’m a bit nosy and I love reading about the contents of someone else’s purse, tote, bag, whatever. So I only think it’s fair that I share every now then as well. Today, I’m revealing what I carry around in my gym bag!
Spending nine years in the Caribbean means we’ve gotten pretty good at the whole beach thing. And while I’d still rather lay by the pool than sit by the sea, heading to the beach is a must in our house. With a five year old and now three month old in tow, packing the perfect family beach bag is essential to having a fabulous, stress-free day.
Did you watch the Masters last weekend? It didn’t disappoint and I loved watching Jordan Speith keep his lead over the entire four days and win. He’s only 21 years old! I think it’s going to be very exciting watching him play over the next few years.
As a golf fan and a golfer, I’m always curious as to what other players have in their golf bag. Their brand of clubs, accessories, and other fun little trinkets that they carry around with them. With so many options available, I never see the same combination of drivers, irons, and putters twice! Read More…
The tennis court is my happy place. I started playing two years ago and fell in love with the sport. It’s a fantastic workout, a great place to meet other like-minded women, and the clothes and accessories are way too fun! While tennis really only requires a racquet and the proper shoes, there are a lot of other little items that I now regularly bring with me when I play. Read More…
I think it’s safe to say that I travel a fair bit. I’m not jetting off on business trips three days a week, but living on an island means I have to take a plane to go anywhere. I’ve taken flights as short as 1 hour, and I’ve been on a plane for over 14 hours straight. I’ve definitely figured out what works, and what doesn’t, when it comes to my carry-on bag!
If I’m going to be on a super long flight, I usually pack a large purse and a carry-on suitcase. The carry-on has a change of clothes to sleep in and my DSLR camera, while everything else fits into my large purse. For shorter flights, say less than five hours, I skip the carry-on and just bring the large purse.