Checklists for life 104 lists to help you get organized, save time, and unclutter your life

Kirsten M. Lagatree

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Published
New York : Random House c1999.
Edition
1st ed
Language
English
Physical Description
xvi, 304 p. ; 22 cm
Bibliography
Includes bibliographical references (p. 293-298) and index.
ISBN
0375707336
Main Author
Kirsten M. Lagatree (-)
Review by Publisher Summary 1

Introduces checklists to help readers save time and organize their lives, covering such topics as how to hire a contractor, what to pack for a business trip, what to stock in one's medicine chest, and what to do if one's wallet is stolen

Review by Publisher Summary 2

Introduces more than one hundred checklists to help readers save time and organize their lives, covering such topics as how to hire a contractor, what to pack for a business trip, what to stock in one's medicine chest, what to do if one's wallet is stolen, and more. Original. 35,000 first printing.

Review by Publisher Summary 3

A Handbook For An Organized LifeIf you've ever wished for a class in Coping 101, or a guide to living more efficiently and with less stress, this book is for you! Over 100 sensible checklists offer quick tips and expert advice to make your life easier at work, at home, and through all of life's ups and downs.Arranged by subject, from Personal Safety to Home Maintenance to Social Life, these lists will help you know what to ask, what to do, and what to have on hand in any situation.What to do when your wallet is stolenHow to stock a barQuestions to ask when hiring a contractorWhat to keep in your medicine cabinetFrequently overlooked tax deductionsHow to be friends with your computerThe best and worse places to hide valuablesWhat to keep in a safe deposit boxSix steps of bare minimum houseworkHow to organize your file cabinetHow to cure your dying houseplantsTips for writing an effective complaint letterTipping: who and how muchA countdown to moving day