Facebook has reminded me that I have been homeless for nearly one year. I haven’t paid rent, instead choosing to work for a travel company and traveling in my spare time. I have spent time in countless places including visiting 18 U.S. states, 12 countries and 3 continents. What I’ve learned from constantly traveling is to live off very little stuff.

Here’s the list!

Clothing
6 t-shirts
Wool t-shirt
Prana dress
2 skorts by Merrell and Columbia
Pearl Izumi capri
Lole capri
Columbia hiking pants
Soccer shorts
Jeans
Belt
Hoodie
Smartwool pullover
Flannel shirt
3 sports bras
2 bras
14 underwear
4 Short socks
Knee-length wool socks
3 Long cycling socks
Thick wool socks
Swimsuit
Hat

Cycling Gear
3 spandex bike buy azithromycin 1 g shorts
MTB shorts
3 bike jerseys
MTB jersey
Jersey jacket
Arm warmers
Leg warmers
Cycling gloves – short
Cycling gloves – long
Giro wool cap
Cycling cap
Water bottle
Water bladder
Chamois cream
Topeak drybag phone case
Bike tools
Bike lights
Bike lock
Helmet
Pedals

Outerwear
Rain pants
Rain jacket
Light windbreaker jacket

Footwear
Merrell hiking shoes
Chacos sandals
ASICS running shoes
Bontrager bike shoes
Ballet flats

Bags
Osprey backpacking backpack
Patagonia messenger bag
Trekking bag 10 liters

Travel Essentials
Umbrella
Wool BUFF
Travel towel
Lock for hostel lockers
Travel journal
Pens
First Aid kit
2 dry bags

Toiletries
Toothbrush
Toothpaste
Floss
Hairbrush
Travel shampoo
Soap
Lotion
Deodorant
Chapstick
Shaver
Hair ties
Cloth headband
Tampons and pads
Eyeglass cleaner and cloth
Nail clippers
Hand sanitizer

Wallet
Passport
Driver’s license
Credit cards
Debit cards

Electronics
Phone
Phone charger
GoPro
GoPro charger
Camera
Camera charger
Speaker
Noise reducing headphones
Universal outlet converter
iPad + keyboard case
Power bank
GPS
External hard drive

Do you think you can do it? What are you travel essentials?