The final stages of leaving a home, whether it’s a condo or a house, can be an emotionally draining process.

There are a number of steps that can help you navigate those transition periods and find a place to stay that’s more comfortable for you.1.

Know where you’re going 2.

Get a map 3.

Keep track of your options, and what to expect4.

Be sure you know where your next door neighbor is5.

Make your next-door neighbors’ homes your priorityYou’re not going to be able to walk from one place to another overnight.

That’s why you need to know where you are going, what your immediate neighbors are doing, and how they’re doing it.

You want to know what to do if things don’t go as planned.

You also want to make sure you’ve got an emergency plan for what you’ll need to get you through those tough times.

The more you know, the better you can prepare for those times.

If you’re just starting out, you should always keep your plan in mind and start to make it a habit.

You should also have a list of things you’ll be needing to do to keep yourself safe, clean and comfortable while you’re away.

These things include:Getting the water in your home is a major concern.

If there are no faucets in your house, you can use the faucet in your bathroom, kitchen, or laundry room.

The water will then drain out of the sink and into your tub.

Use a flushable container to fill up the sink, so you don’t have to worry about water running out of your home.

Washing up will also be a concern, as your clothes and other belongings can get into the sink or other places.

You’ll want to keep a clean home so that you don:Avoid touching your skin while washing or changing.

Make sure your clothes are clean and don’t put anything on your clothing that could get into your homeThe best way to keep your home from becoming a cesspool is to:If you’re unsure about your own safety, ask your family or friends for their advice.2.

Have an emergency kit ready to goIf you find yourself without any power, water, or other supplies, make sure to have a set of basic emergency kits on hand.

These items include:1.

An emergency whistle2.

First aid kit3.

Water and soap4.

Gloves and a towel5.


First Aid kit7.

A phone charger8.

a towel or blanket9.

a map10.

a pair of ear plugs11.


a flashlight13.

a bandana14.

a hat15.

a scarf16.

a hand towel17.

a tarp18.

a small flashlight19.

a candle20.

a piece of fabric21.

a plastic bag22.

a zip-lock bag23.

a few matches24.

a couple of matches25.

some toothbrushes26.

a toothbrush holder27.

some duct tape28.

a roll of toilet paper29.

a little paperclip30.

a pen31.

a coin32.

a ruler33.

a pencil34.

a Sharpie or penknife35.

some soap36.

a paper towel37.

a tissue or piece of toilet tissue38.

a water filter39.

a cotton ball or towelcloth40.

a bottle of toothpaste41.

a baby wipe42.

some toilet paper or baby wipes43.

a washcloth or baby wipe44.

some extra toilet paper45.

a condom or tampon46.

a pillow47.

some disposable gloves or disposable wipes48.

a hair spray49.

a sunscreen50.

some sunscreen cream51.

some baby wipes52.

a mask53.

some mosquito repellent54.

a spray bottle55.

a tube of toothbrushing cream56.

a shampoo bottle57.

a bath towel58.

some antibacterial soap59.

some laundry detergent60.

some hand sanitizer61.

a toilet paper roll62.

some disinfectant63.

a bucket or bucket of water64.

some water for a sponge65.

a cup of tea66.

a glass of water67.

some ice78.

a bag of tissues79.

a set-up for a new lamp80.

a sheet of paper81.

a blanket82.

some towels83.

some towel paper84.

some lube85.

some deodorant86.

some cleaning supplies87.

a brush88.

a disposable razor89.

some shaving cream90.

some makeup91.

some lip balm92.

some shampoo93.

some eye drops94.

some ointment95.

some antihistamine96.

some lotion97.

some creams and lotions98.

some hair spray99.

some antiseptic tablets100.

some bleach101.

some alcohol102.

some salt103.

some rubbing alcohol104.

some peppermint oil105.

some vinegar106.

some baking soda