Friday, January 9, 2015

Sorting my money bills

This is one thing that I am always very careful about when engaged in doing. Yes, sorting my money bills. In the normal scheme of things I am conscious of having to ensure that I place my bills in my wallet in such a way as to be able to quickly find what I am looking for, but this is not all. I also have to make sure that I know at all times how many of each denomination I have.

So, this is how I do it. Twenty dollar bills are carefully counted and placed in a specific section of my wallet. The same for the ten dollar bills and the five dollar bills. The one and two dollar denominations are coins so no problem here, and if I have bills that are in larger denominations than a twenty then each go into a specific section after having been counted. Now then, when I get change from purchases I make sure to know which denominations I have received before placing them in to their specific section of my wallet.

Easy you say? Yes, if I am conscientious to keep order in my wallet. But in the case of the Canadian dollar bills, they often stick to each other and I have to be even more careful. That is, the newer Canadian dollar bills. Thank God for those trusty Braille dots that have been placed on them.

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