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All these many years I have been making a "shot list" and didn't even know it. I made dinner lists and from them came the grocery list. Of course the grocery list consists of Fresh, Canned, Meat, Dairy, Frozen, Dry, Household, with Deli thrown in some times. The list lays in the kitchen. When I make my to do list out for the next day I include the hot tub as the first order of the day. Usually at 5 am. And on it goes. Your doing this really helps manage your time and with a little one I can see that is important. Glad it is working for you. Keep up the good work. B

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