I wonder about what is the next thing that will need fixing around here.
When I bought my house I thought that I would create a manual for the maintenance of the property. I imagined that it would be nice to have a scheduled maintenance book like you might get with a new car. Something that would list how often the door should be painted, and the sink gaskets replaced. Every 25 years there would be a roof. Every six years the kitchen appliances would be maintained or replaced -- and on and on and on.
I've owned the house for 20 years, and I've had to do work on different things. No manual was ever done, and I wonder if that would have made any of it easier. Of course, the wise person would turn to me and ask, "Kevin, do you do all the scheduled maintenance for you car?" I would then say something about time and money and blah blah blah. No a manual would not make it easier to get things done. Planning would make things easier. Saving would make things affordable. Being proactive would make the time available.
If I ever get my home-owner's manual done I'm sure that it will make it here.