Get Organized With an aDorn Bag

Messenger Bag: Front open with special compartments

| Aug 11, 2007

If you're tired of stuffing your diabetes supplies willy-nilly into any old handbag, aDorn Designs may be just what you need to get organized. And if you want a man-bag, they've got that too.

Founded by Jennifer Dorn of San Francisco, aDorn Designs makes sturdy twill handbags and travel bags that have numerous clever innovations to make leaving home with all your stuff a walk in the park. Their handbag rivals standard designer bags in terms of non-frumpy style, while keeping your diabetes supplies cool, safe, and organized.

Just recently, Jennifer has come out with a tough but handsome unisex bag for traveling, called the Messenger Bag, that'll hold your laptop safely and tidy up your diabetes supplies as well.

It's got the special aDorn "inset" diabetes supplies pocket, which has compartments for all your stuff (even an ice pack) and zips right into the side of the main bag. That leaves you with plenty of extra room for all of the standard junk that you and everyone else has to lug around. For more information or to order a bag of your own, visit

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