How many cookbooks are too many
for one household to own?
Oh and don't forget these ...
Ninety - four.
Yes, ninety-four cookbooks are too many
cookbooks for one household to own.
(Must remember to tell friends and family not
to buy us any more cookbooks - unless they
personally authored and signed it just for me.)
Peter Walsh, author of It's All Too Much
suggests using post-it notes to help sort through
which cookbooks to keep and which cookbooks to move on.
I got Post-it notes.
Over the next year, I will judiciously sort through
the cookbooks. Post-it notes will flag any recipes
that I want to keep. If less than ten recipes are flagged,
the recipes will be scanned using NeatReceipts
and the cookbook moved on for someone else to
love and treasure.
My Goal: To keep only twelve cookbooks.
Wish me luck!