Welcome to Day 8 of our series on building your Home Management Binder.
Today we are beginning a new section of our binder: The Contact List. For the next week, you can download a different printable each day to build your personal contact list.
Today’s printable is a Neighbor Contact List.
I don’t know about you, but sometimes it’s hard to remember who some of our neighbors are. We make an effort to get to know them, but with people moving in and out, it seems like there’s always someone new to meet. I don’t always remember last names, and I wanted my kids to have a reference in case of emergency, so I made a list of our neighbors for my binder.
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Thank you so much for this. I already have a hard time remembering the names of the neighbors from across the street. Then the widower next door remarried and we were trying to remember the new wife’s name. Plus, his son also lives in the neighborhood so then we tend to confuse the father and son’s name. Finally, when DH came in yesterday and told me to remember that the neighbor on the other side is named Ben I thought, “I have got to come up with some way of tracking our neighbors’ names!”
Oh, that’s perfect timing! Glad to be of help. 🙂