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I *have* a wallet that I keep most of my stuff in that lives in my purse. It's compact-ish (just a smidge more than width and height of a credit card), but thick due to having numerous credit cards, store cards, insurance cards, and other such stuffed in there. As such, I usually just stick a credit card in my pocket (maybe my license, too, if I think I might need it) if I'm just hiking up to the store/restaurant 2-3 blocks away and don't want to haul the purse. I almost never have cash.
Interestingly compared to people in most of the US, my wallet is more important for the RFIDs I've got stashed in there than anything else. I have my transit debit card in the ID holder on the front and my Zipcard (card for hourly rental cars) in the back, so that all I have to do if I want to use one of these is press my wallet against the target. The wallet will probably become obsolete in the next couple of years as our transit system has already announced plans to use a smart phone app for payment in the next couple of years, Zipcar probably won't be far behind in allowing me to access the car with just my phone, and I really only use one card on a day-to-day basis. I'd say within the next couple of years, your question will be "what security do you have on your phone" instead of "how do you store your cards?"
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