The Minimalist Wallet Series: Andrew Odom from Tiny Revolution

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What’s in Andrew Odom’s Wallet

I think it is important to note that my computer bag is my office, my secretary, my print shop, my IT support, etc. I am a telecommuter so it really does hold both my life and my passion(s).

Check out his notes on Flickr about his Computer Bag.

As for my wallet? It is really just my wallet.

Nothing exciting. You will not though that I have no credit card, only a debit card. I have no business card as everything is done digitally for me. And I do carry both a concealed weapon permit and my health insurance card (part of the benefit of working for “the man”.)

In my pocket is always a rather large pocket knife. I live on a farm so I use it constantly. I also carry Chicken Poop lip balm which is amazing stuff!!!!
Check out his notes on Flickr about his Wallet.

A little about Andrew Odom

I’m Andrew Odom – author, designer, community manager, homesteader, and (some would say) dreamer.
I write for Another Kind of Drew and blog for Tiny r(E)volution.

When not at the keyboard I am typically outside in one of our gardens or in some phase of some project I have deemed absolutely necessary although perfectly unnecessary.

Sitting still is not one of my strong points.

I was recently named the official blogger for Farmers’ Almanac and work fulltime as a Social Media Manager. I am also a hobby farmer and have been featured in Farmers’ Almanac (print and online), GRIT magazine, and Small Town Living.

At the same time though I don’t want to sound too self-righteous. I am really just a redneck who got hold of a computer one day and started talking to folks!

Tiny r(E)volution focuses on just the discovery, innovation, and [ultimately] building of a Tiny House. Topics will include researching, planning, financing, altering, disagreeing, building, and outfitting.

It is not a political cause. It is a way to keep my head clear and my vision focused.

While there are other tiny house blogs out there I wanted to create one that followed the entire process; conception to creation.

I think tiny houses can create a better world; environmentally, fiscally, and creatively.

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About The Minimalist Wallet Series

I brazenly asked and they’ve delivered!

Bloggers all over are kindly opening up their wallets every Tuesday and showing us what they carry.

Want to be featured? Contact me.

(Hey and if you’re not a blogger but you are a minimalist, I’d love to feature you too!)

MINIMALIST WALLETS IN THE SERIES

About everydayminimalist

I'm a 20-something year old girl who lived out of a single suitcase in 2007, and now I'm living with less, but only with the best. You don't have to get rid of everything to become a minimalist! Minimalism can help simplify and organize your life, career, & physical surroundings. You can read more about me as a minimalist. Or come and visit my other blog Fabulously Broke in the City where I got out of $60,000 of debt in 18 months, earning $65,000 gross/year.