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The essentials for your purse or slim wallet: What should always be with you?

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Hello dear reader! Do you have your new slim wallet or purse and are wondering what you should store in it? Don't worry, we have some tips for you to make sure you always have the most important things with you without overfilling your wallet. Here is a list of essential items that belong in your purse or slim wallet:

  1. ID cards: Make sure you always have your ID card or passport with you. These ID cards serve as identification and are important for various transactions or travel. It's also a good idea to have a copy of your driver's license with you in case you forget it.
  2. Payment Cards: Credit and debit cards are essential in today's cashless society. Choose the cards you use most and keep your wallet or slim wallet slim. It's also a good idea to have a spare card with you in case a card is lost or stolen.
  3. Cash: Even though we are in an increasingly digital world, it is always advisable to have some cash with you. It can be useful in situations where card payments are not accepted or if you need change for public transport. Make sure you only take the amount of cash you expect to need to avoid adding unnecessary weight.
  4. Emergency Contacts: Add a note with important contact numbers, such as your next of kin's number or your family doctor's number. In the event of an emergency, you will have quick access to this information.
  5. Loyalty cards: If you frequently use certain stores or services, it's worth having loyalty cards or membership cards with you. However, only choose the ones that you actually use regularly to avoid overloading your wallet.
  6. Health card: In some countries there is a special health card that you should always have with you. It contains important information about your health insurance and allows quick access to medical documents in an emergency.
  7. Business Cards: You never know when an opportunity to network or share contact information will arise. Add a few of your own business cards to always be prepared.
  8. Small extras: Depending on your personal needs, you can also keep small extras such as a shopping cart chip, a bottle opener or a pocket knife in your wallet. These can come in handy if you need them occasionally.

Now you have a good idea of ​​what items belong in your purse or slim wallet. However, remember that everyone has different needs and preferences. Choose the things that are most important to you and make sure your wallet doesn't get overloaded.

It's also a good idea to regularly check your wallet and remove any outdated cards, receipts or unnecessary items. This will help you keep track of what's really important and avoid unnecessary clutter.

With this list, you can be sure that you always have the essentials with you, whether you carry your wallet in your pocket, slim wallet or in your hand. Be organized, minimalist and ready for any occasion!