Listful Thinking is the hard-copy back up to life that everyone needs. The lists are all organized in a three-ring binder for easy reference. There’s even an extra set of lists so you can make more copies of those you use the most. All you do is fill out the lists with your information and you’ll be on your way to becoming a Listful Thinker!
What happens if your wallet gets stolen? Flip to the list What’s In My Wallet and cancel your credit cards. Did your child have an accident? Grab the Medical Summary and head to the emergency room. Your life becomes organized and efficient when you record your little details on lists. It really is that easy!
Listful Thinking contains lists for
- everyday activities, like shopping and planning your week;
- medical information for you and your family;
“fix-its” for your home;
- entertaining; travel;
- college admission process;
- future things, like listing all those books you’ve been meaning to read;
- important information for your family; and
- other important items to record, like passwords.
Thoughts About Listful Thinking
Listful Thinking is the professional organizer everyone should have tidy up their lives. From remembering your passwords to managing your mental clutter, Dena Fleisher has a list to keep practically every area of your life organized and on-task! Using this essential tool daily will help you reclaim your sanity and gain back hours lost due to being disorganized. Thank you, Dena!
—Anne Bruce, bestselling author of Discover True North: A 4-Week Approach to Ignite Your Passion and Activate Your Potential
Dena is a natural when it comes to organizing! Her lists can turn chaos into peaceful, organized spaces—and with today’s working moms juggling work and family, these are valuable assets! If your spaces need sorting or decluttering, or your office, garage, or basement needs organizing, Listful Thinking is where to start!
—Janet Hanchuck, Owner, Loudoun Home Consulting–Your Organizing Experts!
Is there a list for counting the reasons why I love this book? There should be! How did I function without these lists? I’m actually excited to start making lists! My favorites right now are “Books and Movies to See,” “Passwords,” and “Travel Preparedness.” The “College Admissions” list will be a life saver in a year and lists like “Things I’ve Been Putting Off” will be incredibly helpful for me as a self-employed woman.
I could go on and on…I usually make notes on sticky notes but now I’m Listful Thinking!
—Ellen Moyer, Realtor RE/MAX Allegiance
Did I pay that bill? When was the furnace last inspected? Which kid needs vaccinations? Most days, it seems like there is hardly any more room in our brains for the day-to-day stuff. Dena has a brilliant solution in Listful Thinking. She can get you organized so all that information (and much, much more) is in one hard copy. Now we can write in our own family reference book and have all the information in one handy, up-datable, and un-hackable book of lists. You’ll never be without an answer again.
—Karen Goff, writer, editor and busy mom
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