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  List Organizer--Over 125 organization Lists available for a small yearly subscription fee.

Contents of Basic Lists:
bulletTo Do Information (Start Here)  This information gives you the beginning you need to use the List Organizer system.
bulletPersonal Care List--Ideas for What To Do
bulletWeekly To Do List--The basic List for organization
bulletMonthly To Do List--For projects that take longer
bulletMission Statement--Write down where you are today and where you want to be in the future
bulletResolutions--Ideas for the year so you can work towards setting goals.
bulletGoal Worksheet--How to plan and achieve your goals after you chose them.
bulletMonthly Goals--What are you going to do this month to achieve your goals?
bulletDreams and Place to See--Quit dreaming--write down those dreams and places to visit
bulletTwo Lists to help with Delegation:  Honey Do (for the spouse) Delegation for friends and family including chore ideas for children.
bulletChild's To Do Lists--Many lists to help organize children.


bulletFood--How to gain control of this complex task from Recipes to Planning to Buying Food to Getting it on the table.
bulletWeekly Grocery List Alphabetical Check Off  Foods arranged all in a row from A to Z.  Extra List of Household and Health and Beauty Products.  For the pre-printed, colorful grocery lists click on product Grocery Lists.
bulletCategory Check Off.  Foods arranged in categories to lead you to areas of the grocery store.  Includes the Household and Health and Beauty Product's List.
bulletI Can Cook--Write down what you know how to cook, gives you ideas
bulletWeekly Menu Planner--Plan your meals for one week, the minimum for successful meal organization.  Use the Menu Sample List to see how to use this form.
bulletEasiest Menu Planner--If the regular menu planner is too complex for you and you have simple meals, use this List.
bulletIt's A Feast--For planning any large meal for parties, holidays or special occasions.
bulletFor complete meal organization, buy the Meal Organizer or the Grocery Lists and Menu Planners Only $3.95


bulletHousehold Maintenance (Or how to have a clean house.) Cleaning and maintaining a household is a never-ending, maintenance nightmare.  When people live in a house, it gets stirred around and the model home look is hard to preserve. This list lets you keep track of those detail jobs that often get overlooked but they still prey on your mind.  Get them out of the guilt center of your mind and onto the pages of your planner.  This list tracks the way to a manageably clean house.
bulletSpring Cleaning--for the times when you want to spruce up the place and need some "get-started" ideas.
bulletBathroom Cleanup--Every detail listed for a clean bathroom
bulletBedroom Cleanup--How to successfully clean a bathroom
bulletStorage Area--Chose a closet or a garage and use this to get you started
bulletKitchen Cleanup--Keep this area sparkling clean
bulletKitchen Design--Rethink the layout of your kitchen
bulletKitchen Cabinet--Reorganizing those cabinets
bulletOutdoor Cleanup--Clean up the patio, garden, sidewalks.
bulletRefill--My special list for refilling many products in one easy task.

 Also look at the Cleaning Supplies list to help you get started.

bulletMoney--Income and Taxes for the month
bulletBudget #1--Budget and Expenses with the more important items at the top of the List
bulletBudget #2--Budget and Expenses for people with 2 paydays per month
bulletBudget Alpha #1--Budget and Expenses with the items in alphabetical order
bulletBudget Alpha #2--Budget and Expenses, alphabetical style for 2 paydays per month
bulletCredit Cards--Keep detailed totals for one credit card. There are 2 styles  to keep track of your credit card debt.  Try them both and chose the one that  makes sense for you and your lifestyle.  Just use one of them to keep track of those credit card purchases.
bulletCredit Card #2--Keep track of money totals from many credit cards
bulletFor complete budget organization, buy the yearly Budget Organizer Only $11.95


bulletPaper Files--How to organize a filing system
bulletFile categories--Chose your own categories to personalize your system
bulletPaper Sort--Purge the files you have that are out of order
bulletImportant Papers--Where should you keep specific papers
bulletPapers Keep--How long to keep documents in your files
bulletMail--Organizing mail and faxes
bulletAddress Book--Basic form to keep track of addresses
bulletBusiness Addresses--Fill in addresses for Babysitter; Banks; Cable supplier; Dentists; Doctors;etc.
bulletFamily Addresses--For Family and Friends information
bulletDesk Setup--Whether you use the dining room table as a temporary desk or have a dedicated office, you will need some of these items. 


bulletClothes Closets--Redesign your closet and then clean out the clutter with these ideas
bulletClothing Inventory--Write down what you have in your closet now then put items into outfits
bulletClothes Ensemble--Use that inventory to mix and match items into pre-planned outfits.  This one includes jewelry, belt, etc. with 8 planning boxes
bulletClothes Outfits--A simplified coordination planner with only 3 boxes
bulletClothes Buying--After putting together outfits, you'll find some orphan clothes items that you want to keep but need to buy other items for matching.  Or plan ahead
bulletLaundry Day--From sorting to putting away the clothes, here's a step-by-step guide to doing the laundry


bulletTravel--Start with a clothes packing list and necessary essentials.  If a suitcase gets misplaced, you have an inventory of its contents for insurance purposes
bulletTravel Tips--Things to do before a short trip and a longer trip
bulletHouse sitting--Give this to the person taking care of your house while you're gone.  Plus instructions for a babysitter.
bulletBaby packing--A special packing List for infants who have specialized needs
bulletHouse guest--When visitors are coming to stay at your house, prepare with this List
bulletCamping--A list of camping equipment and needs. Use in conjunction with the Packing List
bulletFor complete travel organization, buy the Travel Organizer or Packing Lists Only $3.95
Contents of Basic Lists #2:
bulletUnder Age 18  This information helps to organize babies, children and youth.
bulletChild To Do Chart--Daily chores for children
bulletChild's Weekly Chore Chart--Seven days with a place for a check off or sticker when completed
bulletChild's Bedroom--Gives the child an idea of how to take care of their bedroom
bulletChild's Budget--A budget for youth or children with items geared towards their financial needs
bulletBaby's Needs--Setting up the nursery with furniture, bath needs, feeding needs, clothes
bulletDiaper Bag--Quickly see what you forgot to put into that important diaper bag
bulletChild Care--Fill in this List for the babysitter.  Boxes for important information
bulletBack To School--General list of school supplies.  Add your own specified List
bulletSchool Schedule--Class schedule information and yearly summary
bulletBefore College--Information for high school juniors to prepare for college entrance


bulletTaking Care Of--This is special category that gives you basic information on how to take care of things around the house. Keep all these Lists in a safe place and tell your family or executor where they are kept
bulletPersonal Information--General information and each member of the family
bulletFinancial Information--Credit cards, investments and what's in the safe deposit box
bulletFuneral--If you have some definite thoughts about burial and funeral, list them here
bulletIdentity theft--What to do now in case your wallet or purse is stolen later
bulletColors and feelings--Why green is calming and identifies other color attributes
bulletPersonal Grooming--Initiate good grooming and body care habits using this chart
bulletMedical Information--General medical information
bulletMedications--Very important  if you ever rush to the emergency room or to let caregivers know the medications you are taking
bulletWeight Chart--Keep track of the month, if your body weight is going up or down
bulletWoman's Body Cycles--Keep track of monthly cycles
bulletAutomobile--How about a list of things of mechanical chores for car maintenance?
bulletVehicle Cleanup--Clean out the clutter and polish up the inside and outside
bulletEntertaining--How to plan and enjoy a party including a budget List
bulletPre-Holiday Planner--What to do before the November, December holidays
bulletAfter-Holiday Cleanup--Chores to do at the end of December and into January
bulletGardening--Pre-plan how to take care of the garden
bulletGarden Design--A grid for planning how the garden will look
bulletGarden History--Keep track of where and when you planted , the price and the harvest
bulletHow to Plant a Tree--Just for fun, a "how to" instruction List
bulletPet Care--Take good care of your pet, includes a packing list for travel


bulletWhat To Take--Frustrating things happen when we leave the house and arrive at a destination with only half the things we need. 
bulletWhat To Take Shopping--One of my favorite Lists
bulletWhat To Take to Work
bulletWhat To Take to an Outdoor Concert
bulletWhat To Take on a Picnic
bulletWhat to Take on a Short Hike


bulletBooks & Stuff--Clean out those stacks of books and CDs and sheet music.  This list will show you how
bulletLibrary Books--Keep track of what you checked out and when it's due
bulletResearch Planner--Keep track of your main subject and your secondary points when you are looking up research materials
bulletBook List--Write down titles of books and movies you want to ready, rent and see
bulletRestaurants--When someone recommends a good restaurant, remember that fact using this List or use it to keep track of your favorite restaurants
bulletHousehold Setup--If you are getting married or moving out for the first time, check these lists to help start a new home with suggestions for furniture, kitchen supplies and more.
bulletBasic Kitchen Setup--What will you need to cook even the simplest of meals?
bulletBasic Food--Stock your pantry but what do you really need in those cupboards?
bulletBasic Furniture--A general list of furniture for a starter home
bulletCleaning Supplies--To keep the place clean and bright
bulletTool Kit--Every home needs a few tools for repairs
bulletSewing Kit--Clothing tears need a needle and thread plus a few more items


bulletEmergencies--In the summer there are fires and floods.  In the winter there are blizzards.  In between there are tornadoes or earthquakes or hurricanes.  Life is filled with unexpected emergencies.  Prepare for them now with these lists.
bulletFirst Aid Kit--Basic supplies needed for medical care
bullet72 Hour Kit--Prepare a suitcase with basic clothing, food and medications for a 3 day wait--the amount of time it takes for emergency aid to get to devastated areas
bulletAuto Emergency Kit--Do not leave home without preparing for an accident or breakdown
bulletFood storage--Keep easy to prepare foods on hand when the electricity goes out or when you can't get to a grocery store.  Before a job loss, illness or other disaster, keep extra food in the cupboards so you won't have to worry about basic food needs.


bulletMoving--This may be one of the most difficult days of your life unless you plan ahead and are prepared.  The moving list lets you prepare a plan to consider those pesky items that have to be done before you move and then what you need to do when you get to your new home. 
bulletFirst Move--For people leaving home for the first time. It's good for college students moving away from home or first time apartment renters. 
bulletFirst To Unpack--Keeps those very important items from being shoved to the back of the truck and being discovered a year later.
bulletPet Moving--Lets your pets enjoy a smooth  travel day
bulletAddress Change--Keeps track of everyone who needs to be informed of your move.


bulletWeddings This checklist gives you a place to plan the work and schedule approximately when it will take place.  Then make the plan work.
bulletWedding Budget--Tells you who should pay for what at the wedding and keeps track of the budget
bulletWedding Invite--What to put on the invitation
bulletAlso check out the Household Setup to see the basic supplies needed to begin housekeeping.


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