I do not bring along very much with me on a day to day basis, just the things that I consider essentials. So for my everyday carry dump, all I have on me are my wallet, my keys, my phone and a watch. The other thing I carry most everywhere, but is too big to carry in my pocket, is my iPad in a Switcheasy case.
I stopped using bifold and trifold wallets a long time ago, and exclusively use a leather card case as a wallet (Coach makes a nice one, but I think my current one is from someone else). It has two pockets on either side and a larger pocket in the center. It is small enough to fit in a front pocket and it isn’t so thick that it causes back pain in a rear pocket. My keys are a requirement, with keys for 2 cars, a house key, keys for two types of bike locks, a Yelp! bottle opener and a mini carabiner.
Writing for WWR, I would be remiss if I was not wearing a watch, and the day I took this photo I had on my Praesto GMT Automatic (I have 9 watches I wear regularly, plus review watches when they come in). Finally, I have my Motorola Droid RAZR Maxx HD. My main concern in looking for a smartphone was a long lasting battery life. I am a weekend warrior, and will use Strava on my phone to track my activities when I bike or hike, and I use a GPS app when golfing. I wanted to make sure that I could run the GPS for several hours without running out of power.
And that really is it. The camera on my phone is what I use if I am somewhere and need to take an unplanned photo or video, and I only tote a larger camera when I am pretty sure I am going to use it. I also use the flashlight app on my phone when I need to read a menu in a dimly lit restaurant, so I don’t have a flashlight or lighter. I take notes on my iPad when I am in a meeting, so I don’t carry a pen or notebook. everydaycarry.com
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