- winter hat, black
- micro USB charger
- white envelope containing coupons, receipts, etc.
- electronic cigarette “mod” with rebuildable drip atomizer
- 1 eraser
- 3 ballpoint pens, 2 black and 1 multicolored
- 2 folders containing various papers and blank looseleaf sheets
- metal business card holder filled with my business cards
- pair of Apple headphones, unopened
- Two 18650 batteries
- Nutri-Grain bar, apple cinnamon
- pack of tissues, unopened
- iPhone/iPad charger
- iPad Air
- 3 mechanical pencils
- USB thumb drive, 64 GB
- USB thumb drive, 4 GB
Most surprising: The electronic cigarette. People often used to be surprised I smoked and now they’re surprised that I used to smoke.
What I can’t live without: The wallet, the e-cig, the winter hat in this weather.
What could be replaced by the iPad: Most easily the envelope containing coupons and receipts, but that will take further technological change. If the world goes paperless I could see potentially getting rid of the folders and writing implements, but until then, in a world with math homework I don’t see getting rid of good old paper, pencil, and eraser. I suppose the thumb drives could be replaced if the iPad was easier to use as a regular storage device and had more space.