Household Property Inventory Workbook by Theodocia McLean.
A Must Have Record Keeping System.
The Household Property Inventory Workbook by Theodocia McLean is one purchase you will wish you had made several years ago. Lucky for you, it is never too late to document household and personal belongings.
This workbook is geared for homeowners or those who rent. Document and track everything from furnishings to valuables. This workbook begins with all the primary household family members’ vital statistics, dates, places, of birth, right down to the details needed for family members if you are in the hospital or you need someone to care for your furry members of the family. It ends with your end-of-life instructions.
Heaven forbids your home and all its contents are lost to fire, flood or other natural disaster. However, this is when this workbook becomes valuable. Your home and all its contents are your biggest investments and you have spent a personal fortune insuring for earthquakes, floods, tornadoes and theft. It is the worst time of your life when the insurance adjuster wants proof of your loss. You took the time to document your belongings in this workbook, you followed the format, your recorded serial numbers, included receipts and photocopied everything. You even stored copies on external hard drives or in the cloud. You’re covered! Just sit back and wait for the insurance company to cut you a check.
I highly recommend you purchase this workbook annually for your home and store each past year(s) in your safety deposit box. This workbook makes a great wedding or housewarming gift. Buy copies for yourself, your family and friends.
Workbook Paperback: 435 Pages
Publisher: Independently Published (September 15, 2018)
About The Author: Theodocia McLean was born on Beals Island, in Downeast Maine, in 1954.
Sold to the mailman, adopted twice, she wasn’t told her beautiful name until her sixteenth birthday.
Her love for writing began when her fifth-grade teacher captured her imagination with creative writing assignments while she was living away from home in a harsh, punitive private school environment. A song that she sings every day is the only link that she has to Clara, her one special friend, who made daily life bearable for a short time in that dreadful place. She longs for the day when someone, even a stranger, will show her the proof that she desperately needs on whether her friend really died that terrible day.
Her book DID: True Story Of Survival describes the first twenty-three years of her life with vivid detail and uncompromising honesty.
Writing is therapy and telling her story takes her experience out of the shadows into the light. She hopes that her readers will muster up the courage to tell their story and thus begin their own healing journey.
She is an avid reader and enjoys reviewing books.
She is working on the second book in her two-part memoir series. She shares some of her techniques for healing. She plans to share about her experience of seeing two angels on the evening before 911, while in West, VA while on a family trip. What is the significance of these two angels, at this time?
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