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  1. Hmmm, since it’s only me, I can’t see the benefit of making one.
    Are there other reasons that would make it important, even for families of one?

  2. I think there are benefits for families of one, if anything happens to you and people need to find who your doctor is or who your solicitor is having a home binder is a great place to have this information. The same with medication, having a list of the tablets you are taking will help if you are poorly and you need some help, the information is there. If you have pets and you go away on holiday and you have someone take care of the animal if there is a problem having the vets number at hand and what to do in an emergency is there ready for them. You will also still need routines to follow to keep on top of your organizing and having a menu plan is crucial in ensuring that you are eating properly. Thank you for taking the time to comment and ask questions. 🙂

  3. Well done you 🙂

  4. I agree. I have a household of one and I keep a simple binder. It’s mainly filled with phone numbers and key information that my family can use to help out in case of an emergency. I am currently expanding my home binder to include other household management information. I find that is helps me to make the most of my time, money, and other resources.

  5. It is important that people know how to do things in case of an emergency. Thanks for visiting 🙂

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