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Considering our economic times, if you were to become homeless tomorrow, what wo

  1. seamist profile image59
    seamistposted 8 years ago

    Considering our economic times, if you were to become homeless tomorrow, what would you take with you if you had no storage place?

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    cheekyracer76posted 8 years ago

    Family photos... My mother died 4 years ago and because I loved her so dearly I could never part with the photos of my family.

  3. KT pdx profile image82
    KT pdxposted 8 years ago

    I admit it; I'm a packrat.  I save every scrap of paper, every card, every receipt.  My husband chides me, telling me I don't have to have all of this clutter.  He throws most of it away for me after I agree that I don't have a real reason.  I hang... read more

  4. marisuewrites profile image57
    marisuewritesposted 8 years ago

    My dog.  His food, oh, and my husband if he's been good. 

    Sorry, I know you probably didn't want a flippant answer.

    Actually, I'd take the really important things like the dog, my hubby, food, minimum clothing, my ID documents, a resume, and hopefully a good enough attitude to get hired somewhere.

  5. Eaglekiwi profile image80
    Eaglekiwiposted 8 years ago

    My big black wool coat with the big pockets and inside the pockets I would place one of those thermal survival covers( they are silver and insulated)...notebook n pen....peanuts...change of underwear..toothbrush

  6. Nadia Ribadu profile image61
    Nadia Ribaduposted 8 years ago

    A few changes of clothes, all important documents, especially those which can identify me and my place of birth; car keys, glasses, cell phone, pictures, money and/or credit cards.

  7. shirleybill profile image57
    shirleybillposted 8 years ago

    Your important documents. Medication including headache pills. A candy bar and chips. Candy because it raises a low blood sugar level. Chips because they help to soothe an upset stomach.
    Basic necessities such as a razor, drinking cup, undergarments, at least two changes of clothes, and a blanket.

  8. Pete Maida profile image61
    Pete Maidaposted 8 years ago

    I'm sure we would try to be practical and take things that we would need.  I would be seriously depressed to lose my computers and my musical instruments but anything that could be sold would be sold.  I would take warm clothing, a disk with all of our information on it and some paper documents.  Any medicines and something that looked innocent that I could use as a weapon if I had to.

  9. coolgran profile image48
    coolgranposted 8 years ago

    I would take important documents-you need them to get back in the system-medication- to still be alive to get back in the system-my shopping trolly to carry my stuff- stuff being very warm sleeping bag toothbush etc photo's and last a phone list of friends that I have known in the hope I may be able go to sofa surf at thier place for a while

  10. Kebennett1 profile image60
    Kebennett1posted 8 years ago

    I would take a family album,important documents, a bible, a suitcase full of clothes and toiletries (and my medications!). I would take a good attitude and thank God that I still have my life! I would take my tinkerbell blanket and a pillow too!

  11. rsmallory profile image77
    rsmalloryposted 8 years ago

    I could literally become homeless on 8/4. My home is in foreclosure and my credit is a mess so who will rent to me? I think I would take my pictures-at least as many as I could carry because they are irreplaceable. Everything else-furniture, clothing, jewelry can all be replaced eventually. I'm very afraid for my future and that of my family. I hope I do not end up selling everything I own. But I would if I had to.

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    Jane Taxpayerposted 8 years ago

    Socks and Underwear... Literally, I've lived in the shelters before, those are very hard to find. And Cigarettes because they are pretty much currency (You think I'm joking here, but it's solid truth!)

  13. marketingskeptic profile image70
    marketingskepticposted 6 years ago

    I would take my dog, warm clothes, and the most expensive things that I own (so that I can pawn them off somewhere for $).

 
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