In February, when I made up my initial A to Z list, Inquiring Minds was listed next to the letter I. Two months later, I have no idea what I planned to do for this post. The only connection I make when I think of Inquiring Minds is the slogan "Inquiring minds want to know" that is associated with the National Enquirer. I don't read the National Enquirer so I know that wasn't where I was heading.
I took a quick look over the bookshelves and the closest I can come up with is this book that has been my go-to when I have a household inquiry:
My copy is quite worn, still has a "From the Library of" sticker with my maiden name, and is somewhat dated (it was published in 1988) but it still has lots of useful tips for all sorts of things around the house. The alphabetical format is really helpful for finding what you need to know.
No doubt many of us turn to wikiHow or some other online reference site when we have questions about things in the household but I think a good reference book like this is always handy to have on the bookshelf.