What should I keep in my travel wallet?
On a typical day, my travel wallet contains:
- one financial card.
- driver’s licence.
- business card.
- emergency medical insurance card.
- emergency contact card.
- cash for that day’s expenses.
What should you not keep in your wallet?
7 Things You Should Never Carry in Your Wallet
- Social Security number. Sullivan says your Social Security card and any identification or documents that include your Social Security number are perfect examples of what not to keep in your wallet.
- Numerous credit cards.
- Multiple gift cards.
- Password cheat sheets.
- Excess cash.
- Spare keys.
What did forget to pack?
Here are the items we often forget to pack — and always regret not having in our suitcase.
- Reusable Water Bottle.
- Laundry Bag.
- First Aid Supplies.
- Reusable Shopping Bag.
- Emergency Snack.
- Extra Memory Card.
- Hand Sanitizer.
- Lip Balm.
Are passport wallets a good idea?
A good wallet is a must while traveling, but a passport case: that’s a bonus. Why not keep all your stuff safe and handy by investing in a passport holder: the hybrid leather good that can house credit cards, cash, tickets, and the thing that actually gets you in and out of the country, all in one spot.