10,001 Timesaving Ideas

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Saving time is all about streamlining your life. This book is a onestop reference for getting things done in the shortest time possible. It also helps you to do a job properly in the first place so that you save time in the long run. This clear and comprehensive volume shows you how to renovate in the minimum time and avoid common pitfalls; speed clean your home; organise your home office and work schedule; shop and cook efficiently; keep your garden in good order, and much more. Find out which are the best timesaving gadgets, learn how to develop your research skills and discover what to plant where for the best results.
Saving time is all about streamlining your life. This book is a onestop reference for getting things done in the shortest time possible. It also helps you to do a job properly in the first place so that you save time in the long run. This clear and comprehensive volume shows you how to renovate in the minimum time and avoid common pitfalls; speed clean your home; organise your home office and work schedule; shop and cook efficiently; keep your garden in good order, and much more. Find out which are the best timesaving gadgets, learn how to develop your research skills and discover what to plant where for the best results.
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AuthorReader's Digest Staff
PublisherReader's Digest
PlaceLondon
Year2008
ISBN9781921344152
BindingHardcover
ConditionVery Good
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