How organised are you?
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When it comes to remembering people's birthdays or other important dates, you usually:
Have all important dates marked on a calendar.
Have an excellent memory.
When travelling overseas you arrive at the airport with:
Your ticket and an up to date passport.
Your ticket and/or passport left at home.
You ticket and an out of date passport.
How often do you go shopping only to forget some essential item?:
Occasionally, but you don't make a special trip out again.
Regularly and then you have to go out again.
Never - you always make a list of what you need to get.
For one day only you need to get up earlier than normal, would you:
Arrange all your clothing in the evening, ready for the morning?
Hunt through your wardrobe in the morning to decide what you are going to wear?
Forget that you had to get up early?
When writing a cheque, do you:
Wait for the bank statement to arrive and then try to match the stubs with the payments?
Write on the stub what you paid, but forget to note the payee?
Write whom you paid AND the amount you paid on the stub?
After reading magazines and newspapers, you:
Throw them in the bin.
Leave them to clutter up the house.
When it comes to important papers such as insurance papers, you:
Keep them in a special place like a drawer or safe.
Haven’t a clue where to find them.
Think you know where they are.
When a bill arrives, you:
Open it and forget to pay it?
Put it aside unopened?
Open it and pay it straight away?
If a pipe in your house suddenly bursts, would you know where the stopcock is to turn off the water?:
You'd have to phone your partner and ask him.
Yes, you know where to find it.
You think you know where it is, but you are not sure.
When it comes to doing household chores, you:
Only do them when you have to.
Have a set daily chore list.
You once had a system, but have now lost track.
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