The Minimalist Wallet Series: Nada Sheppard from miniMOMist

What is in Nada Sheppard’s Wallet

Here’s my take on the “minimalist wallet”. I am a babywearing mom and don’t have the room for a traditional purse or diaper bag, so the less stuff I have to carry with a baby, the better.

So I took a holepunch and punched a bunch of my regular cards, and put them on a small carabiner I had lying around. Now I can hook this onto my belt loop and tuck it into my pocket and go!

Large wallet pic: If I’m going out for groceries or running errands, I bring along my Mommy Hook, which I use to carry around the diaper bag, extra bags and purchases. Saves me from having to carry everything with me.
Small wallet pic: my iPhone, in its Otter Box case; my card — library card, driver’s license, CostCo card, health cards for myself and my daughter, Air Miles card. I also carry a $10 for emergencies.

About Nada Sheppard

Nada “Mama” Sheppard is a SAHM in Halifax, Nova Scotia. She spends her days making eyes at her husband Michael and funny faces at her daughter, Naomi. Her adventures can be found at miniMOMist.
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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.

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

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About the Author

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.