It's taken a while, but I can finally check the remaining items off of my to do list for this woggy. As with all things it hasn't turned out to work quite as perfectly as I had been hoping, and we are tweaking it here and there all the time, but mostly, I am very satisfied with how this system has turned out. Our inboxes are no longer cluttered with old things, everything has a place to go, and we are finally able to leave each other notes and reminders in a way where the other person actually notices it and does something about it. Hooray!
Woggy #20 Update: Home Inventory
I took advantage of having all my boxes of holiday decorations down to take care of a much-needed chunk of woggy #20. I photographed and wrote an itemization of all major contents of our holiday decorations. the photos have been uploaded to my computer, but I have yet to enter all of the information and research prices in the actual inventory program. But even without that, this is a major accomplishment. Since we have over the years collected quite a few fancier glass ornaments, some of limited edition, I can only assume these are important items to include in our inventory for insurance purposes, especially if we were to ever need to replace them. They are all fairly safely nestled in popcorn most of the year, but when one lives in earthquake country, you never know.
Things I can check off my woggy to-do list:
X take down holiday items and photograph them
X put holiday items back away
X upload holiday item photos & add to hall closet folder
Things Left to Complete This Woggy Project:
- research & re-enter all of the item details for the coat closet
- research & enter item details for holiday items
- photograph kitchen, dining area, living room, bedroom, garden, WIC, master bath, workroom, & workroom closet
- upload photos for all above rooms, and place in appropriate folders
- research and enter item details for all above items
- print out new household inventory
- adjust homeowner's insurance to new amount
- replace old inventory with the new one in our lockbox