I have four jobs and my EDC has to reflect that: I am a parish priest I am a chaplain to a bishop I am a volunteer firefighter This this combination has required me to be careful in my selection of tools, especially knives. I also live in a country/state with tight knife laws. My EDC has to be functional but not threatening looking. I am a minimalist and don't carry backup blades, lights and tools. CFA emergency pager - Blet Keys with suspension clip - non-dominant front pocket Minimalist soft leather wallet - dominant rear pocket Pectoral bronze cross from the Maria Laach Abbey in Germany (I collect the work of these monks) iPhone with magpul case (A compromise case between a clean look with no case and a need for protecting my phone on the fireground) - non-dominant front pocket Lamy All-Star converted for bottles Mont Blanc black ink - dominant front pocket Streamlight Stylus-Pro - bag Leatherman juice c2 - bag Spyderco Ping (see below) - dominant front pocket This is my new favourite knife and suits my need for a useful and quality blade that is people friendly. In addition I carry a number of items in my attache case for work and in my bunker/turnout gear for firefighting. Mor on that in another post.