(Image credit: Volker Glatsch)

Make a wallet card with important phone numbers on it. This isn’t very magical, but it will feel like that when your phone is dead or lost or at the bottom of the river and you realize that you don’t have anyone’s phone number memorized.

To make it easy, I’ve attached a template. I made my own template because all the one I found online were focused on medical emergencies or some other thing with big red exclamation points and I really didn’t think my wallet card needed to be so dramatic. You can choose the pdf or the Word doc. You can type in the Word doc before you print it out. These are formatted so that they should print on Avery business cardstock as well, if you have that on hand. I don’t always (read: hardly ever) have good luck getting the business card paper to print correctly even when I follow Avery’s instructions exactly. I just printed mine on regular paper and put it behind my drivers license. I guess I’m assuming I won’t lose both my phone and my wallet at the bottom of the river at the same time.

Be sure to make one for your significant other, and children, if they have phones (or wallets).

For young children, make sure they have your phone number memorized.

Just click links below for immediate download.

Phone numbers wallet card Word

phone numbers wallet card PDF

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