Oxford Dictionary paraphernalia - a large number of objects or personal possessions, especially the equipment that you need for a particular activity.
Collins Dictionary paraphernalia - You can refer to a large number of objects that someone has with them or that are connected with a particular activity as paraphernalia.
I see this often use in conjunction with the word "drug" although is not mentioned in the dictionary. Does this word have a negative connotation?
If one were to say the size of this bag is ideal for your daily paraphernalia and is meant to refer to items like phone, packet of tissues, keys, coin purse, cards case, pens, notebooks, cosmetics ...etc. Without further adding any context, does the sentence itself sufficient to illustrate that?