What's In Your Bag

Apr 15

Name: NamiPlace: Yokosuka, JapanOccupation: IT tech & customer service manager, and bartenderWhat can’t you live without? My iPhone, iPad, MacBookPro, and Hobonichi techo

Name: Nami
Place: Yokosuka, Japan
Occupation: IT tech & customer service manager, and bartender

What can’t you live without? My iPhone, iPad, MacBookPro, and Hobonichi techo

Name: SalvadorPlace: Mexico CityOccupation: Psychologist / Amateur PhotographerWhat can’t you live without? My phone, mp3 player, my loved Sony Nex 6 Camera and my Timbuk2 bag of course!What’s the most surprising thing you carry? An amazing keychain multi tool!

Name: Salvador
Place: Mexico City
Occupation: Psychologist / Amateur Photographer


What can’t you live without? My phone, mp3 player, my loved Sony Nex 6 Camera and my Timbuk2 bag of course!
What’s the most surprising thing you carry? An amazing keychain multi tool!

Apr 14

Name: DawnPlace: New Hampshire, USA
Occupation: Mom and part time emergency dispatcher
What can’t you live without? My water bottle
What’s the most surprising thing you carry? Probably the little book of cat quotes.

Name: DawnPlace: New Hampshire, USA

Occupation: Mom and part time emergency dispatcher

What can’t you live without? My water bottle

What’s the most surprising thing you carry? Probably the little book of cat quotes.

Name: DawnPlace: New Hampshire, USA
Occupation: Mom and part time emergency dispatcher
What can’t you live without? My water bottle
What’s the most surprising thing you carry? Probably the little book of cat quotes.

Name: DawnPlace: New Hampshire, USA

Occupation: Mom and part time emergency dispatcher

What can’t you live without? My water bottle

What’s the most surprising thing you carry? Probably the little book of cat quotes.

Apr 12

It may weigh 50 pounds but my timbuku2 has never let this nursing student down!
Name: MaryPlace: School and WorkOccupation: Full time wife, mother, full time CNA at a local hospital, and full time nursing student!
What can’t I live without?  My personal calander and my Nook
Most surprising thing I carry?  Besides all those nursing books?! A fork, spoon, knife, and straw.  There’s nothing like opening up your to go meal to realize the checkout lady forgot your utensils!

It may weigh 50 pounds but my timbuku2 has never let this nursing student down!

Name: Mary
Place: School and Work
Occupation: Full time wife, mother, full time CNA at a local hospital, and full time nursing student!

What can’t I live without?  My personal calander and my Nook

Most surprising thing I carry?  Besides all those nursing books?! A fork, spoon, knife, and straw.  There’s nothing like opening up your to go meal to realize the checkout lady forgot your utensils!

Apr 11

It may weigh 50 pounds but my timbuku2 has never let this nursing student down!
Name: MaryPlace: School and Work
Occupation: Full time wife, mother, full time CNA at a local hospital, and full time nursing student!
What can’t I live without?  My personal calander and my Nook
Most surprising thing I carry?  Besides all those nursing books?! A fork, spoon, knife, and straw.  There’s nothing like opening up your to go meal to realize the checkout lady forgot your utensils!

It may weigh 50 pounds but my timbuku2 has never let this nursing student down!

Name: MaryPlace: School and Work

Occupation: Full time wife, mother, full time CNA at a local hospital, and full time nursing student!

What can’t I live without?  My personal calander and my Nook

Most surprising thing I carry?  Besides all those nursing books?! A fork, spoon, knife, and straw.  There’s nothing like opening up your to go meal to realize the checkout lady forgot your utensils!

It may weigh 50 pounds but my timbuku2 has never let this nursing student down!
Name: MaryPlace: School and Work
Occupation: Full time wife, mother, full time CNA at a local hospital, and full time nursing student!
What can’t I live without?  My personal calander and my Nook
Most surprising thing I carry?  Besides all those nursing books?! A fork, spoon, knife, and straw.  There’s nothing like opening up your to go meal to realize the checkout lady forgot your utensils!

It may weigh 50 pounds but my timbuku2 has never let this nursing student down!

Name: MaryPlace: School and Work

Occupation: Full time wife, mother, full time CNA at a local hospital, and full time nursing student!

What can’t I live without?  My personal calander and my Nook

Most surprising thing I carry?  Besides all those nursing books?! A fork, spoon, knife, and straw.  There’s nothing like opening up your to go meal to realize the checkout lady forgot your utensils!

Name: Dr. Robert KalyesubulaPlace: Nakaseke District, UgandaOccupation: Physician at Nakaseke Hospital and Director of ACCESS (African Community Center for Social Sustainability)Website: http://www.samahope.org/doctor-robert/What can’t you live without?: I use these materials to provide health care to patients in rural Uganda, and I couldn’t do my work without them! 

Name: Dr. Robert Kalyesubula
Place: Nakaseke District, Uganda
Occupation: Physician at Nakaseke Hospital and Director of ACCESS (African Community Center for Social Sustainability)
Website: http://www.samahope.org/doctor-robert/

What can’t you live without?: I use these materials to provide health care to patients in rural Uganda, and I couldn’t do my work without them! 

Apr 08

Name: TimPlace: South Florida (from Vancouver, BC Canada)Occupation: PostdocWhat can’t you live without? my phone (Note II used to take pic) and internet connection, but everything pictured here are my essentials
What’s the most surprising thing you carry?
My umbrella - a necessity in Vancouver, BC, and also a necessity in South Florida. 
Two Timbuk2 ID clips, coz it’s important to have my ID’s with me all the time.

Name: Tim
Place: South Florida (from Vancouver, BC Canada)
Occupation: Postdoc

What can’t you live without? my phone (Note II used to take pic) and internet connection, but everything pictured here are my essentials


What’s the most surprising thing you carry?

My umbrella - a necessity in Vancouver, BC, and also a necessity in South Florida. 

Two Timbuk2 ID clips, coz it’s important to have my ID’s with me all the time.

Apr 05

Name: Zain HusainPlace: Toronto, CanadaOccupation: SEO Specialist / Account ManagerWebsite: www.BrownSpaceMan.comWhat can’t you live without? Tough one… my camera or my laptopWhat’s the most surprising thing you carry? Hmm… I’d say the extra black bag, scarf, and Buff because I never used to carry them around until I got the Command TSA-friendly bag. Also the SD card reader or camera kit because I don’t carry my iPad2 around anymore and I have an SD card reader on my laptop anyway.

In the bag: (From the bottom left) Cable to plug into battery charger for Lumix GX7, mini tripod (above), monoprice thunderbolt to HDMI, iPhone 5 cable, micro usb cable, mini usb cable, usb charger, battery charger for Lumix, 2nd battery for Lumix, laptop charger, caps for camera lens, 3.5 mm headphone splitter (above), camera kit for old iphone/ipad (SD card and USB input), SD card reader, extra ear buds, monoprice earphones w/ mic, lens cleaning pen (spray + brush), microfiber cleaning cloth, twist ties, 6 ft. 3.5 mm male-male wire, extension cord, contact solution, 2 contact cases, MicroPhone lens for iPhone, CAD change, HDMI cable (below), extension cord for laptop, scarf, Buff, black v-neck t-shirt, 3DS XL, notebook, various pens and pencils, Lumix GX7 w/ 22mm lens, 14-42 kit lens, black grocery bag, Macbook Air 13.3” (2013), laptop case, and finally the Timbuk 2 Commuter TSA bag. 
Plus so much room in my main compartment! This bag is worth every penny.

Name: Zain Husain
Place: Toronto, Canada
Occupation: SEO Specialist / Account Manager
Website: www.BrownSpaceMan.com

What can’t you live without? Tough one… my camera or my laptop
What’s the most surprising thing you carry? Hmm… I’d say the extra black bag, scarf, and Buff because I never used to carry them around until I got the Command TSA-friendly bag. Also the SD card reader or camera kit because I don’t carry my iPad2 around anymore and I have an SD card reader on my laptop anyway.

In the bag: (From the bottom left) Cable to plug into battery charger for Lumix GX7, mini tripod (above), monoprice thunderbolt to HDMI, iPhone 5 cable, micro usb cable, mini usb cable, usb charger, battery charger for Lumix, 2nd battery for Lumix, laptop charger, caps for camera lens, 3.5 mm headphone splitter (above), camera kit for old iphone/ipad (SD card and USB input), SD card reader, extra ear buds, monoprice earphones w/ mic, lens cleaning pen (spray + brush), microfiber cleaning cloth, twist ties, 6 ft. 3.5 mm male-male wire, extension cord, contact solution, 2 contact cases, MicroPhone lens for iPhone, CAD change, HDMI cable (below), extension cord for laptop, scarf, Buff, black v-neck t-shirt, 3DS XL, notebook, various pens and pencils, Lumix GX7 w/ 22mm lens, 14-42 kit lens, black grocery bag, Macbook Air 13.3” (2013), laptop case, and finally the Timbuk 2 Commuter TSA bag. 

Plus so much room in my main compartment! This bag is worth every penny.