Tuesday, 17 May 2016

Possessions


This is a guide for males and females on limiting personal possessions to the bare necessities (applying Plan A).
Anything beyond the scope of this recommended list of personal possessions is given away or recycled, apart from specialised tools required for particular trades. Families apply the same principles, but may share some items such as a large cooking pot and large table.
Clothes are utilitarian. Individuals eat, relax and sleep on the floor, furniture is built-in or restricted to second-hand items (bed base for sitting/sleeping and table for eating/studying). Public libraries are used instead of owning books.  

Clothing

2 pairs of shoes or sandals (depending on climate)
2-4 pairs of socks
2-4 pairs of underwear/shorts
2 pairs of trousers  or 2 dresses
2 t-shirts
2 long sleeved shirts
1 jumper
1 waterproof hooded jacket
1 winter hat
1 pair of gloves
1 scarf
1 pair of thermal trousers or leggings
1 winter hat
1 summer hat 

Bedding

1 sleeping bag or quilt 

Towel

1 towel 

Utensils

1 spork (spoon and fork combined)
1 pocket knife (including nail scissors and can opener)
1 knife sharpener
1 cooking pot/bowl
1 flask for drinking
1 needle
1 spool of cotton thread
1 toothbrush
1 razor

Bags

1 reusable shopping bag
1 travel wallet
1 backpack 

Technology

Personal Computer

Transport

Walking, public transport or cycling
 A car is permissible in isolated regions 
Survival Essentials

Bivi or tarp 
Knife 
Firesteel 
Flask
Cord

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