Borrowing techniques from business, Alexandria reveals how:A meaningful vision of your future is the missing link.Planning and managing spending brings your dreams to life.Sharing what you have can make the world a better place.
Plus, you’ll discover:How to connect with your past and future selves.The comforts of risk management.What to look for in a long-term romantic partner.
Stop worrying about how to pay for your life – relax and enjoy it.
And the background knowledge that will make your wardrobe plan last; how to:create wardrobe capsulesperform wardrobe reviewsprepare to shopidentify good fit and qualitycare for your clothingmaintain your body shape
You’ll discover what you need to know to grow your courage, make your plan and stick with it. All so that you can confidently build your signature wardrobe.
If you're fulfilling work and family obligations with little or no help, you know it's a constant battle to keep your home in order. Often, it's all or nothing - you're catching up on one front but losing on another.
Comparing historic house and modern hotel operations, ex-Project Manager Alexandria Blaelock reveals how:What goes on in your head impacts what goes on in your home.Focussing on what's right for your family streamlines your to-do list.Standardising saves you time and effort.Planning and scheduling makes it all happen.Not to feel guilty about seeking help.
Minimally Viable Housekeeping is Blaelock's fourth book applying business techniques to personal concerns. Using these productivity techniques to manage your home will free up the time and energy you need to live a life worth living.
Buy the book and discover how to get the right stuff done with the minimum of effort.
Then you need someone to guide you step-by-step through your dinner party preparations. And lazy stay at home socialite Alexandria Blaelock is just that someone. Drawing on her personal and professional event management experience she’ll tell you:Who to invite, how to encourage them to arrive, keep them entertained and get them to leave.What makes a balanced menu, how to manage dietary requirements, determine serving sizes, match drinks, and what to do when you can’t or won’t cook. When to accept the comfort of modern conveniences, and how to look like a better cook than you are.Why your outfit needs to be practical as well as attractive, and what to consider when you choose it.How to set your budget, prepare your home, and make sure you have enough furniture, cookware, dishes, cutlery, and glasses.
You’ll learn what you need to know, to have the confidence you need so you can relax and enjoy your night too.