The ulti­mate goal of this site is to provide a com­pre­hens­ive list for every activ­ity, event, concept and  pro­ject com­mon to every­day life. People who use lists are typ­ic­ally organ­ised, meth­od­ic­al and sys­tem­at­ic . They get things right, first time. To cre­ate a com­pre­hens­ive list requires a lot of exper­i­ence in the chosen activ­ity, which is why it is so use­ful to look at oth­er people’s lists to check them against your own.

If you are work­ing on a pro­ject or event and are lost as to where to start, start here. If you need to check that you have done everything, check here. If you are not sure that you have packed everything, recon­cile your list with ours. If you have a list that you think someone else could really use, post it here.

WikiMyL­ist is a free-con­tent lis­to­pe­dia pro­ject based on an openly edit­able mod­el. What this means is that WikiMyL­ist is writ­ten col­lab­or­at­ively by largely anonym­ous Inter­net volun­teers who write without pay. Any­one with Inter­net access can write and make changes to lists, except in lim­ited cases where edit­ing is restric­ted to pre­vent dis­rup­tion or van­dal­ism. Users can con­trib­ute anonym­ously, under a pseud­onym, or, if they choose to, with their real iden­tity



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