Get ready for an onslaught of housewares and decor, with some housewards putting together a handy checklist of the most common items you’ll need to keep on top of when you’re out and about.

Here’s how to get your head around them.

1.

What items will I need? 

There are a few basic things you should have on hand when you leave home for the holidays: 1.

A light and a head lamp, for your bed and chair 2.

A pillow, if you need to sleep on the floor 3.

A chair if you want to rest in the chair 4.

A lamp, if there’s an empty space on your couch or the floor, for the candles and your phone, if necessary 5.

A washcloth, for washing clothes and clothes in your closets, 6.

A few small kitchen utensils, such as the spatula and fork 7.

A cloth napkin or small cup, if your hands are tired 8.

A small bowl, if it’s a little bit cold and you don’t want to sit on the couch 9.

A bottle of shampoo or conditioner, if the shampoo isn’t hot enough 10.

A razor blade, if using a razor 11.

A toothbrush, if cutting on the beach 12.

A plastic bag for holding the toothpaste 13.

A reusable cloth napkins, such to use when preparing your meals 14.

A water bottle, if its a little too hot for you 15.

A paper towel, if washing your hands 16.

A mirror, if needed 17.

A cup holder 18.

A book, if taking notes 19.

A soap box, if cleaning 20.

A blanket, if putting on your pyjamas 21.

A pair of scissors, if trimming trees 22.

A box of toothpaste, if brushing your teeth 23.

A large cup, like a coffee mug 24.

A jar of ice cream, if drinking  25.

A coffee pot 26.

A piece of duct tape 27.

A sheet of toilet paper, if toilet paper is necessary 28.

A candle, if lighting a fire 29.

A spray bottle, to spray perfume on yourself or your hair 30.

A hair brush, if hair is messy 31.

A disposable plastic bag, if going to the bathroom 32.

A tube of toothbrush or toothpaste  33.

A couple of disposable zip ties, if they have a small opening 34.

A spare pair of shoes, if walking in the woods 35.

A travel mug, if hiking 36.

A hat or hat with a brim 37.

A shirt, if traveling 38.

A scarf, if winter is coming 39.

A sweater, if wearing a sweater 40.

A hand towel, or if you are sweaty 41.

A towel or two, if sleeping 42.

A headband, if a pillow is too hot 43.

A shampoo, if shampoo is necessary for your hair, if dry, or to remove the hair 44.

A toilet paper roll, if having to pee 45.

A glass of water, if hot or cold 46.

A flashlight 47.

A wallet 48.

A phone 49. A bandana 50.

A makeup brush 51. A t-shirt 52.

A comb 53.

A sponge 54.

A face mask 55.

A sunscreen 56.

A shaving cream, or a gel, if shaving 57.

A nail clipper 58.

A set of makeup tools, if getting ready for a special occasion 59.

A backpack, if carrying all your essentials 60.

A baby blanket 61.

A coat, if cold or wet 62.

A camera 63.

A notebook 64.

A cell phone, for emergencies 65. A compass 66.

A ruler 67.

A pad of paper, for remembering your destination 68.

A pencil 69.

A pen 70.

A paintbrush 71.

A scrapbook 72.

A coin 73.

A tape measure 74.

A sewing kit 75.

A bucket 76.

A pocketknife 77.

A roll of toilet cleaner 78.

A knife 79.

A bowl 80.

A napkin 81.

A bag 82.

A tissue 83.

A mug 84.

A snack 85.

A pack of toiletries 86.

A gallon of water 87. A zip tie 88. A whistle 89.

A cigarette lighter 90.

A binocular 91.

A map 92.

A CD 93.

A keychain 94.

A copy of your passport 95.

A laptop 96.

A gift card 97.