MIND YOUR OWN BUSINESS: A Book for Records by Marion-Compiler Bacon

MIND YOUR OWN BUSINESS: A Book for Records

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KIRKUS REVIEW

This is the sort of book to inspire one to keep those records one always meant to keep -- and to have on file for quick checking. For here is an easy way to do it. Change ""record time is any time"" to ""record time is here and now"". There's a place for everything --yes, even blank pages for your own special quirks. Household supplies, diets, allergies, foods, services, records of where --what -- and how much. Records of property, of mortgages, of taxes, of loans, of social security. Addresses for emergency use, alphabetically and geographically indexed. Gourmet's guide -- with place for noting names, addresses, prices, and comments. Special occasions by month -- gifts (what-from whom-to whom-when). Correct sises. Magazine subscriptions. Whereabout - and history -- of family heirlooms. Permanent door jamb record of heights and weights. A medical record. Facts as to whereabouts of such illusive things as insurance forms, ration books, and the like. Think of something -- and it's here. And it is the sort of book that will be fun keeping, for the pages are livened up by Anderson drawings; the binding is durable; the paper erasable.

Publisher: Vaesar Cooperative