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Check It Twice: The B&A Staff Reveals the Way They Make Lists (04 Dec 2005)
The grocery list is my most formalized list. It lives under a magnet on the side of the fridge. Itís simple, accessible. Everyone in my house knows what it is, and why itís there. And to my great annoyance, Iím the only one who uses it. That means that even after a $300 grocery bender, I can still come home to someone asking why I didnít buy Cheerios. ďBecause you didnít put it on the list!!Ē Big sigh.
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