My kick out date is coming real soon, and I appear most likely to not have a job when my time is up. I am finishing all my packing and will be taking essentials with me via backpack, multipocketed clothes, & travel bag. The rest of my belongings my mother has agreed to hold onto, until I can come get them.
I might someday find a place where I can work in exchange for food and/or night shelter. Plus I can offer use of the mini stove if it'd help.
With me I will bring my Bible, laptop, cracked phones, headphones, brown rice, oats, vitamins, multiple ways to make fire, collapsable grill, multiple ways to make fire, knife, stun gun, high tensile strength rope, wallet, sandals & boots, some sets of clothes in their own bag, comb, plastic cup, sleeping bag, tiny portable stove burner, bed sheet, tarp, waterproof jacket, poncho etc.
I expect to do a lot of dumpster diving diving, as all the shelters, food pantries, & soup kitchens in AZ seem to require you to sign up and wait six months to see if you're elligable. I don't have six months
Maybe I'll even embark upon a trek across the states like a few well known completely off grid people. I can easily tell the time of day and direction I'm facing with the sun, in case I lose a map or such. Should I earn money over time I plan to not spend a penny until I have exactly enough for a bike and parts for a makeshift trailer.
My relatives won't miss me, but that's fine; I don't hate them for it. I will still pop on DA from time to time upon moving out; but there may be periods of time where I'm less active than I'm even known for. MOCing on my end shall come to a halt for who knows how long. That said, if I go five years straight without a single peep, you can all assume I'm gone.