2011 SCOUR Project – REVIEW – Consider It Done

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Consider It Done: Accomplish 228 of Life’s Trickiest Tasks

  • Author: Julie Subotky
  • Paperback: 416 pages
  • Publisher: Three Rivers Press; Original edition (February 1, 2011)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0307591573
  • ISBN-13: 978-0307591579

ABOUT CONSIDER IT DONE

A unique, useful and entertaining how to guide containing Lifestyle Management Tips and creative resources for getting everything done.

Consider It Done CEO, Julie, shares her secrets for accomplishing hundreds of life’s most bizarre, off-beat, and yet often inescapable tasks.

Filled with practical tips, hints and advice as well as hilarious stories of near mishaps, crazy wild goose chases, and outrageous requests, Consider it Done is sometimes zany, often surprising, and yet always useful.

After all, there may come a time when you actually need to know how to propose to someone in skywriting, replace a matching spoon from your great-grandmother’s antique silver set, or simply make the perfect martini. When that day comes, this essential and completely one-of-a-kind book will be there to walk you through it.

MY THOUGHTS

I received a copy of Consider It Done. I haven’t had time to sit down and read it yet but I did get a chance to glance through it quickly. Chapters include Relatively Speaking, Around The World, In The Name Of Love, Sneaky But (Mostly) Harmless, Mind Your Business, Crowd-pleasers, Seemingly Impossible, Life And Death, Home Sweet Home, Lions And Tigers And Pets Oh My!, Food And Drink, Show me The Money, Unusual Yet Useful,  and Annoying But Necessary. Chapter 9, Home Sweet Home, contains tips relating to the home, packing, moving, organizing, renovating, furnishing, repairs, cleaning and many more. If I didn’t have a husband and father that knew how to do it, the tip on how to fix a hole in the wall would have been most helpful to me about a year ago. From the little I’ve had time to read it looks to be an amusing light read.

MORE INFO

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    nickie says

    Ugh I need this book my organizational skills have been on the decline since I had my son :) love to get back on track

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