Baggu Bags: Why These Are Perfect Bags For Everyday And Travel!


Are you familiar with Baggu? They make reusable totes that come in a million colors and come in a tiny pouch in order to fit in a small purse. There is no excuse to get a plastic bag at the grocery store or market anymore! They even make canvas and leather bags as well as other things to stay organized.

During my round the world trip, I carried two of their nylon bags with me. I always had one in my purse for random stops at the market and then I also used one as a catch-all for my laundry and to carry everything to the cleaners. They even make canvas bags. I used their duck tote (seen below) for half of my RTW trip. It’s super sturdy and made of a heavy canvas but still washable. I carried my camera (wrapped up in a sweater) and a magazine. It’s long enough to fit a laptop too if you need. Travel Style

Here I am at the Central Mosque in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia with said duck tote!

Packing Grid

Here’s a packing grid from a trip to Vancouver. The flash of neon is my Baggu tote


When I was in HK I spied this Baggu x Monocle collabo (photo credit:

Do you use a reusable tote bag? I hope you do. Plastic bags accumulate in landfills and nothing is worse than seeing animal or sea life entangled in a plastic bag. If you need one or need one that you can bring around easily, I can’t say enough about how much I love Baggu.




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Round The World Girl is a blog by Arnette, a solo female traveler, lover of adventure, coffee, tropical islands, and unforgettable meals. She shares a retrospective of her 19 month, 19 country round the world trip, adventures both near and far, destination guides, helpful tips and tricks for travel, as well as tips and reviews of her favorite things.

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