Listography: Your Life in Lists Is One of the Best Presents You Can Give!

I think it is getting increasingly harder to buy interesting meaningful gifts for people – not because there aren’t good products out there, but because you need to really spend a lot of time pondering the person, their likes, dislikes, interests. It’s all very time consuming and sometimes can be incredibly difficult if you don’t have a lot of money to spend.

However, I have just found one of the best presents you can give, so your days of stress and worry are over.

Listography: Your Life in Lists is a wonderfully illustrated book that a person can fill out in and concoct a quick and simple overview of their life then, now and in the future.

I love its non-imposing layout of funny illustration (you’ll see what I mean – I don’t want to give away the surprise) on the left and easy to fill out list on the right. It’s great for every stage of your life, whether you’re looking to change it up completely or you’re merely reflecting on times past.

There are lists of every kind here – bands you’ve seen live, your bad habits, professions you’d like to try.

It’s a fantastic gift for both the dreamer and the realist and so much fun to fill out. In fact, I’m thinking of having the neighbours over and having us each fill one out and talk about what we’ve written down. What better way to get to know them?

Written by Lisa Nola and illustrated by Nathaniel Russell, this is a sure way to get the party started and one of those things that you’ll come back to time and again.

Thank goodness for Listography. I now have a go-to present.

I’ve waited my whole life for one of these.

Stephanie Dickison

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