Who hasn’t ever walked out the door with that “am I forgetting something” feeling? Let’s face it, everyone could use a little help getting more organized and dealing with life’s daily demands. Written by Rory Tahari—a powerhouse businesswoman who not only oversees a company with annual global revenues of more than $500 million but also manages a bustling household with young children and various philanthropic endeavors—Lists for Life breaks big moments down into easy, manageable steps so readers will never feel overwhelmed again. Featuring approximately 100 “lists for life” on topics including parenting, moving, traveling, car ownership, financial planning, taking care of your home, preparing for a hospital stay, planning a funeral, and much more, this handy guide leads readers step by step through life’s most stressful events and provides helpful checklists for creating and balancing an organized existence. Lists for Life helps eliminate moments of panic and is practical and portable enough to keep within reach at all times. For anyone from busy moms to overscheduled newlyweds to on-the-go working women, Lists for Life is a must-have resource for every time-crunched, over-extended individual.
Rory Tahari is the vice chairman and creative director Elie Tahari. Since joining the company in 1998, she has elevated the Elie Tahari label from one of the fashion industry's most enduring brands to one of its most successful. Rory oversees the company's strategic development and works closely with the company's chairman, Elie Tahari, in developing new retail concepts and product collections. Creatively, she oversees advertising, marketing, and public relations on a global level.
Prior to joining Elie Tahari, Rory had a career in television production and earned her BA in Journalism at Boston University. She is currently a board member of The Presidential Forum on Renewable Energy, the non-profit organization Friends in Deed (a support group for people who have life-threatening illnesses and their loved ones), and is involved with several charities, including New Yorkers for Children. This is her first book.