More and more, we are a nation of list-makers, from grocery lists, New Year's resolutions, and things to do before we die to DVDs to rent and people we've kissed. In To-Do List (based on the popular blog of the same name, todolistblog.com) Sasha Cagen celebrates the humble to-do list, exploring the ways these scribbled agendas reflect our personalities and passions. To-Do List is both a celebration of lists and a peek at the lists that others create. Broken down by subjects like "Daily Lists" to "Sex Lists," it's a fascinating collection of lists from everyday people to the well-known: 1. Novelist Nick Hornby's list of desert island discs. 2. A therapist's secret fears ("I HATE having to think about clients in relation to my hair or clothes"). 3. A shopping list from chef Alice Waters of Chez Panisse. 4. A woman's accomplishments before her 30th birthday ("Hot air ballooned over the Serengeti," "Danced on a table in Vegas"). 5. Qualities one man is looking for in a future wife, including "Chews with her mouth shut" and "Will let me give my first son the middle name of 'Jacob'." With each list, Cagen offers the story behind it and a prompt for readers to compare notes and take their own stab at a similar list. Voyeuristic and interactive, To-Do List will show you just how much--and what--your lists say about you.
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More and more, we are a nation of list-makers, from grocery lists, New Year's resolutions, and things to do before we die to DVDs to rent and people we've kissed. In To-Do List (based on the popular blog of the same name, todolistblog.com) Sasha Cagen celebrates the humble to-do list, exploring the ways these scribbled agendas reflect our personalities and passions.

To-Do List is both a celebration of lists and a peek at the lists that others create. Broken down by subjects like "Daily Lists" to "Sex Lists," it's a fascinating collection of lists from everyday people to the well-known:

1. Novelist Nick Hornby's list of desert island discs.

2. A therapist's secret fears ("I HATE having to think about clients in relation to my hair or clothes").

3. A shopping list from chef Alice Waters of Chez Panisse.

4. A woman's accomplishments before her 30th birthday ("Hot air ballooned over the Serengeti," "Danced on a table in Vegas").

5. Qualities one man is looking for in a future wife, including "Chews with her mouth shut" and "Will let me give my first son the middle name of 'Jacob'."

With each list, Cagen offers the story behind it and a prompt for readers to compare notes and take their own stab at a similar list.

Voyeuristic and interactive, To-Do List will show you just how much--and what--your lists say about you.


Reviews

Rita L. — about 1 year ago
Rita L. reviewed about 1 year ago
9 people found this review helpful.
This book is a joke. I did not enjoy reading it and it was more of a BLOG for young people to read. It was not like anything I had hoped it would be. This book was a waste of my time and money. The synopsis should have been more concise and clear.
Michael c. — over 2 years ago
Michael c. recommended this item over 2 years ago
17 people found this review helpful.
I have only had it for a week. It is not a book you read from stert to finish. It is a book that you take little bites of whenever a relative situation comes up
Jean V. — over 2 years ago
Jean V. recommended this item over 2 years ago
12 people found this review helpful.
This book analyzes why and how we make lists. It is an interesting, insightful read.
Richard J. — over 2 years ago
Richard J. recommended this item over 2 years ago
24 out of 25 people found this review helpful.
Did not fit the purpose for which I bought it but could be considered helpful for a few things which may make up for the cost of the product .
Erika S. — over 2 years ago
Erika S. reviewed over 2 years ago
25 out of 26 people found this review helpful.
I haven't had a chance to read it, yet.
Wayne C. — over 2 years ago
Wayne C. recommended this item over 2 years ago
31 out of 32 people found this review helpful.
A good book but goes a little to deep for me -
Steve S. — over 2 years ago
Steve S. recommended this item over 2 years ago
40 people found this review helpful.
Very good read.
Marvell H. — over 2 years ago
Marvell H. recommended this item over 2 years ago
50 people found this review helpful.
Very Timely
GLENN K. — over 5 years ago
GLENN K. recommended this item over 5 years ago
70 people found this review helpful.
I bought this for my sister and she loves it. I took a look at it myself. Now, I want a copy. I have not been able to find it since, but I'll keep looking. I highly recommend it.
Jus W. — over 5 years ago
Jus W. reviewed over 5 years ago
65 people found this review helpful.
A daily guide and example for daily To-Do-List to attain excellent personal management.

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