Im pretty careful about stuff, but it was a careless moment. Paid for parking with a Visa card, dropped the wallet onto my backpack in the passenger seat, went and parked near a half-dozen homeless wagon trains, grabbed the pack and hustled across the bridge to the salt mine where I work. All in the dark. Felt like ice water in my veins when I saddled up at my desk on an empty back pocket. Long story short (and a fast sprint back to my car), I found it. I was super lucky it fell inside my car between the seat and the door. Not out in fair game territory. This was just 4 days ago. My life could involve numerous pains in the buttocks right now, canceling or replacing ODL, credit and debit cards (one each), two concealed carry permits, military ID with my SSN on it, phone numbers, and strong passwords for a dozen work related things. Suddenly a couple hundred bucks also tucked in there was the least of my worries. That was a VERY uncomfortable 15 minutes while my mind raced through all the possible scenarios. Anyhow, Im putting together a scramble list to keep at home, and locked up at work. Itll have copies of everything in my wallet, and numbers to call if I have to perform damage control. Any other ideas here that I (we all) should think about to minimize the negatives in a similar senile moment?