I guess I would have a really hard time adjusting to a minimalist's lifestyle.
I have always been a planner, really, though mostly in my head because I had an unstable childhood. So I had to quickly, very quickly, decide which things I could do without, permanently.
I get to a place, anywhere, and I start making lists. First in my head, then in a notebook, of the stuff that gets acquired. Purchase receipts and manuals. And they're kept in binders. So when I leave, they stay behind and my kids, or my relatives, know what I left.
And no matter where I live, there are always go-bags, mainly backpacks, that always have basic items, and nowadays some crocheting and soaping absolute needs (that would be a set of hooks and a clipper for the crochet bug; 3oz of castor oil, 3oz of coconut, and several pairs of nitrile gloves for soaping, these aren't easy to get or are fake, or aren't cheap).
I can't always bake bread, but there's always some kind of thread available, and caustic soda (sodium hydroxide) is easy to find usually, and another hard oil like palm, or or canola or cheap olive oil (Bertoli comes to mind) is also available.
All a bit obsessive. I know. But it's the only way I find to not leave my mind behind.