For a while, I carried around a "man purse" to carry my cell phone, my BlackBerry, my keys, my sunglasses, my eyeglasses, a pen or two, debit card, driver's license, business cards, airline tickets, ad nauseum. This worked great, although not all my male work colleagues could relate to the "man purse" concept. I myself called it a "man purse" first, simply to avoid any snickering behind my back. I figured if I showed them I could laugh at myself about it, it would work just fine. I did this for about two or three years. Then, one day, I just streamlined and decided to carry less. Then, BlackBerry merged a cell phone and email device and two pieces of equipment got reduced to one. Then I bought a house that I never enter in through the front door, so I don't carry a house key anymore -- I just use the garage door opener to get in. Now I use an old 7" x 4" leather wallet Westin Hotels gave me for being a premier guest some years ago. I carry cash, my driver's license, and a debit card in it. A big Audi car key and the wallet are all I carry now, and I typically just carry these in my hands until I set them down or put them in a drawer at work. The BlackBerry I do carry on my waistband, although I don't like the look much either, LA Guy. But, it is convenient there. My pockets remain largely empty most of the time. Even loose change I put in a zippered part of the wallet until I put the coins in a piggy bank at home each evening. That's about it.