Revealing the contents of the pocket
I keep three small items in the front left pocket of my pants. In the coin and card case, I put my coins and my IC card driver's license so that when I need to take them out, I have them all. I keep my credit card and convenience store point card in my card ridge dünn. And I keep a business card in my Cartridge Pro.
The Pro is sturdy on its own, so having it in there will keep things in your pocket stable. If I put it in my pocket, the edges tend to get damaged, but if it's made of paper, I'd just replace it if it gets damaged, but I've been using it for over half a year and it's still in a stable shape. It's quite durable.
And I always keep my World Wallet in my back pocket. (This is a prototype, so the opening is the opposite of the product.) I use it as a wallet, but I also throw in receipts, receipt tickets, etc.
Once you start using it, this world wallet is very easy to use. It can hold tickets and receipts of various sizes without folding, so you can use it roughly. I don't have many opportunities to go abroad these days, so I don't have a chance to store currencies from all over the world, but I'm glad I made it this size instead of making it the perfect size for Japanese yen.
I used to use a bifold wallet, but it quickly became thick, but with this World Wallet, it doesn't get thick at all. I realized once again that paper, whether it's a bill or a receipt, becomes very thick when folded in half.
If you don't take out your wallet, you can leave your bag behind.
With the above four items, you can carry all your bills, coins, and cards. This will really reduce the need to take your wallet out of your bag.
You might say something like, ``I haven't touched my wallet at all in the past week.'' Not having to take out your wallet greatly lowers the barrier to going out empty-handed. After that, I feel like I can really go anywhere as long as I bring my smartphone and house keys.
Once you get used to going out without carrying a bag, your horizons will expand greatly. When I walk with my hands and back free, I feel like I'm constantly being bombarded with information from around me. I think "light" is the right word. I still need work tools such as PCs and notebooks for work and meetings, but I'm trying to find opportunities such as dinner parties and events to go empty-handed. https://dunnleather.com/products/dww/