What to Do about Everything is the ultimate householders' guide to 21st century living. It covers everything from changing a tyre to surviving divorce, and addresses all sorts of households, not just the traditional nuclear family. Applying cast-iron information and empathy to all aspects of domestic life, Barbara Toner has ensured that anyone with a roof over their head can dip into it and find the help they need, whether it's how to darn a sock, hire a plumber, light a fire, leave their husband or decide they're gay after all. This comprehensive book covers household relationships, time management, household administration, money, where to live, home renovations, holidays, home entertainment, life changes (death, job loss, moving) and much more.
About The Author
Barbara Toner is well known as a novelist, scriptwriter and columnist.
Life in the modern household has become much more complicated than it was for previous generations. Our roles are increasingly multi-layered, our ambitions further reaching and our expectations completely unreasonable. Juggle a successful and fulfilling career with raising children/pets, servicing the car/bike, maintaining a social life, cooking a balanced diet and managing a regular grooming schedule? Completely doable in theory, but how exactly?
This book is the ultimate householder's guide to twenty-first century living - it is Spotless , Sorted and the whole Dummies series rolled into one.
Number Of Pages: 336
Published: 1st February 2011
Publisher: Hardie Grant Books
Dimensions (cm): 23.5 x 18.8 x 3.4
Weight (kg): 1.08