Recently, tote bags have been sold as a more eco-friendly replacement for disposable plastic bags given they can be reused multiples times. They have also been given away as promotional items. A study by the UK Environment Agency found that cotton canvas bags have to be reused at least 327 times before they can match the carbon expenditure of a single disposable plastic bag.[1] Meanwhile, tote bags made from recycled polypropylene plastic require 26 reuses to match. https://i.pinimg.com/originals/3d/ab/4f/3dab4f948c0c84a2423cce3a6666f413.jpg

The Glamour Case make-up bag is perfect for transporting my make-up and toiletries when I travel. The plastic lined interior protects items outside the zippered case from leaks and the roomy compartment fits everything I deem necessary when traveling. The case also has a zippered compartment for small or potentially messy items as well as a spot to hold my make-up brushes.  This product is shown in Preppy Pop but is available in a variety of colors and patterns and sells for $25, personalization is extra. https://i.pinimg.com/236x/ae/ec/77/aeec772ff5fbc273006b826364917b81--la-sposa-wedding-dresses-wedding-dress-.jpg
These 31 Purses features three internal pockets and two snap enclosures, which also feature several small pockets. 5th Avenue Thirty One Bags are the perfect bag for when you need to bring a lot of things with you but you still want to look stylish. Since it comes with many compartments, you won’t have to worry about having trouble keeping your things organized inside the bag, making everything easily accessible when you go out. https://i.pinimg.com/236x/1a/67/2b/1a672b19b8f04f300e95b7337ecccc62.jpg
One would expect that with all my road trip experience, I’d be an expert when it comes to packing. Honestly, I’m not. Road tripping, as opposed to flying, has spoiled me because normally I can pack whatever I want with little regards to space issues. Instead of learning how to condense my clothing, I’ve learned what luggage, totes, and bags I prefer to use when I travel. https://i.pinimg.com/280x280_RS/f4/9d/9a/f49d9ad3beae43a803bad0bc14224940.jpg
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I actually use this tote as a diaper bag, I have two children in diapers and it really works great for that. Aside from the way I use it, I think it's an over all great bag. A few issues: the elastic pockets on the sides seem to have lost their tension already, I don't put anything large or heavy in them to cause this, also the pocket in the back.. Wish it was larger, I don't really see the point of the zipper in the bottom of the pocket. The only other issue I have is the straps, wish they had some sort of padding on them, they tend to be a little hard on your hands if you're carrying anything heavy. https://i.pinimg.com/originals/85/aa/27/85aa2743e0c0affe9236be288ae32914.jpg

A 2014 study of U.S. consumers found that the 28% of respondents who own of reusable bags forgot them on approximately 40% of their grocery trips and used them only about 15 times each before being discarded. About half of this group typically chose to use plastic bags over reusable ones, despite owning reusable bags and recognizing their benefits.[2] An increasing number of jurisdictions have mandated the phase-out of lightweight plastic bags to reduce land and ocean pollution. In order to provide an incentive for consumers to remember reusable bags more often these laws establish a minimum price for bags at checkout and require either paper, reusable fabric tote bags, or thick reusable plastic bags. https://i.pinimg.com/236x/6f/80/18/6f801801e945d56de2b2876e72c74771.jpg
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