Cary Farrell

Guys: Does your overstuffed wallet have you leaning to one side?

by Cary Farrell
July 22, 2019

Step 1: Take everything out of your wallet that you use on a daily or weekly basis. For Example: Driver’s license, Debit or Credit card and Cash.

Step 2: Make piles for each category left in your wallet.For example: 
Insurance /medical cards 
Point cards like Lowe’s Food or CVS 
Pictures or Business cards

Step 3: Is there anything from step 2 that you use on a daily or weekly basis? If so, put it in the pile from step 1.

Step 4: Use an envelope marked Jan 13 receipts for any receipts you need to keep and leave this in your vehicle . If you need a receipt you will know where it is. When the month is up, make an Feb 13 envelope and take the Jan envelope into your home or business office to balance with bank or credit card statements.

Step 5: Realize that most of what is left in your wallet could be placed in a business card holder and left in your vehicle . When you stop at a store or the Doctors, you can carry the card you need in with you and then replace it when you return to your vehicle.

Step 6: Consider using your front pockets for the small pile of things you need on a daily basis. You can use a flat money clip for one pocket and keep other items in the other pocket.