Organizing Your Wallet

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With credit cards, discount cards, cash, receipts and more in your wallet, it's easy for it to get overstuffed and disorganized. This is a page about organizing your wallet.


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When you go to the store and write a check. They want your drivers license, but it's hard to take out of the slot. Put a strip of scotch tape on the end to make a tab. Now you have a pull.

Source: A gal came in the store and had it done. Great idea!

By Vi Martin from Mobridge, SD

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February 13, 2018

I have tape on the ends of all my cards; license, insurance card, library, etc. The tape sticks out to where I can pull the card out of my wallet without digging with my nails. I have been at stores and the older ladies all know why the tape is there. But the young people and men all ask "why do you have tape on your cards!"

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I don't carry a purse, but I do carry a wallet to hold my identification and drivers license. It seems like I always need a pen to write with, but not carrying a purse or having a big enough pocket, a pen is not always available.

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My husband just had to change wallets since his old one was busting at the seams with credit cards, insurance cards, receipts and discount cards. We took the outdated credit cards out and shredded (my shredder has a section for this).

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I have a PayPal card and other cards that are loaded by sources other than me. I spend what I spend and when the funds are gone, I turn my card around in my wallet.


This tells me the funds are depleted and I don't even think about trying to use them.

Keeping Track of Card Balances

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