The everyday carry are those items you always have with you — keys, wallet, phone — and anything you cart from, say, home to office during the week, such as pens, a laptop, notebook, etc. When people try to design their EDC, it is usually with a view to minimizing “stuff” while maximizing utility or preparing for possible emergency situations. In my case, I’m trying stop myself from carting every damn thing I own.


  • Minimalist wallet with bank cards, ID and access cards, and multitool
  • Orbitkey keyring
  • Car keys
  • Oneplus Five

I don’t always wear a watch, but I do like them for some reason.

Work Pack: Crumpler Chronicler^+^

Ooooookay, so I really didn’t need to buy a new bag, but hey, I’m starting a new job on Monday so wanted to spoil myself — and it was half-price on special.


  • Macbook Pro (A1990 Core i9)
  • Power supply and cables
  • USB drive
  • Notebook (Field Notes?)
  • Fisher Spacepen, Jinhao fountain pen
  • Headphones (Jabra Move)
  • Hand sanitiser
  • Blue-blocker glasses
  • Skeletool

Weekend Pack: Macpac UTSIFOY

  • Wacaco portable espresso pump
  • Steel water bottle + cover
  • LED torch



  • Multitool
  • Signal mirror
  • Torch
  • Fishing line
  • Fire-starting:
    • BIC lighter
    • Striker steel
    • Zippo lighter
    • Matches
  • Whistle
  • Blanket
  • Compass
  • Spork


  • Small red FAK from eBay
  • Bandages & bandaids
  • Hemp hand creme (because I’m worth it)
  • Small Swiss-army knife (blade, scissors, file)
  • Nail clippers
  • Tissues
  • Bottle-opener (which can double as a signal mirror)
  • Antihistamines
  • Ibuprofen (pain-killer), cold and ‘flu, anti-nausea/migraine
  • Antiseptic wipes

DOPP kit

  • Wipes (coconut)
  • Deodorant
  • Beard comb
  • Toothbrush and paste

Clothing (cube)

  • Raincoat
  • Beanie
  • Gym gear (in dry-sac):
    • shorts, shirt, underwear, socks
    • In shoe bag: Vibram Fivefingers®
    • Quick-dry towel