Way back in a college psychology class I had an assignment to make a list of the ten things I would grab if my apartment were on fire. I didn't own much of anything back then, but I did have a fondness for the few things I had. I was also rather broke, and didn't have renter's insurance, so replacing anything would have been a burden.
Years later I had money and a lot of stuff. The idea of grabbing only ten things would have freaked me out if I'd given it any thought.
Lesa and I we were discussing minimal van dwelling needs yesterday. Could I live in a minivan instead of a full-size van? What about in a car? A bicycle? A backpack? She said there were people who believed they should own no more than 100 things. That discussion, and the van that caught fire the other day, reminded me of the ten things assignment.
What ten things would I grab from the Rolling Steel Tent?
3. Laptop (because of info that's on it)
4. Eyeglasses (because I need to be able to read)
Everything else is replaceable.
What would be on your list?