By broke - 22/05/2017 14:00
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Well, my mom always said, "You can sleep in your car, but you can't drive your house to work." I guess as long as you can find somewhere out of the way to park and come up with a way to sanitarily do your bathroom business, you'll be good for over night stuff- just make sure to park where you won't be found because some places have laws against sleeping in your car, even if it's off. Forested areas would give good coverage and allow for a dug latrine, but you risk ticks and other potentially disease carrying bugs. Abandoned lots are mostly big free and are also closer to buildings, some of which may have bathrooms, but you're more likely to be spotted. And staying somewhere with coverage is a good idea year round- during summer it could get too hot and kill you, during winter it could get too cold and do likewise. Testing air quality with all windows and vents closed is also a good idea, so you can determine if you need to have window cracked. If they aren't an arm an a leg where you live, a gym membership will take care of showering needs, and could even be used to wash clothes in a pinch, especially if they have a pool, because they would probably have one of the swimsuit spin dryers. If you can find them, food banks should take care of food needs, hopefully. That mostly leaves hygiene products like toilet paper, toothbrushes, and feminine products if you need them. Gas would be important too.