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by Maria Gracia Our NEW January Organizing Checklist provides an organizing TO DO for every day of the month… Join our newsletter to be notified when the newest Monthly Organizing Checklist is available. For a PRINTABLE VERSION, click here ____ Jan 1 New Year’s Day. Name something you’ve been meaning to do for quite some time now. Today, do a tiny part of that something to get it started. Also, say goodbye to old grudges that are weighing you down. ____ Jan 2 Donate at least one clothing item that you never wear. ____ Jan 3 Get your paper filing system in order once and for all, both to reduce paper clutter and to give you the ability to find what you need when you need it. My Oh-So-Organized Filing System will give you the organized system you need. ____ Jan 4 Return or exchange a gift you received that you don’t like or isn’t going to work for your current needs. ____ Jan 5 Make a folder for incoming tax paperwork. Any company/organization you work for will be sending out that paperwork this month. Some will require you to download this information from their web site, so keep an eye out for tax-related emails/notifications.  ____ Jan 6 Begin taking down and stowing your Christmas/holiday decorations. .____ Jan 7 Begin reading a new book. This month, for my monthly book club, I’m reading Big Lies in a Small Town. ____ Jan 8 Buy or make greeting cards for birthdays, anniversaries, and such. When you want to mail out a card, you won’t have to run to the store to get one each time. You’ll have them easily on hand. ____ Jan 9 Declutter the area under your kitchen sink. ____ Jan 10 Houseplant Appreciation Day. Give some tender loving care to a houseplant you already own. Does it need to be trimmed, fed, or watered? ____ Jan 11 Replenish your first aid kit/supplies at home and in your vehicles. ____ Jan 12 Do you have a stain on your carpet? Use today to spot-clean it. Also, today is a good day to plan a date on your calendar for getting your rug cleaned by the professionals (make an appointment) or for doing it yourself. ____ Jan 13 Do you have costume jewelry you never wear? Go through your stash and donate some of it to a local charity. ____ Jan 14 Trade in plastic storage containers for Pyrex. When you have leftovers, you can heat them up right in the glass bowls. ____ Jan 15 Are all of your holiday decorations put away? If not, get the last of them into storage, except for perhaps any “winter themed” items. ____ Jan 16 Clean the inside of the washing machine, especially around the basin’s top rim and any detergent/softener compartments that have become gunked up. ____ Jan 17 Get rid of old hair products, lotions, and other toiletries you never use. Doing so will free up space in your bathroom cabinet for the items you do use. ____ Jan 18 Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. Support a Black-owned business in your local community or online. ____ Jan 19 National Popcorn Day. Try a new variety of popcorn. Also, be sure your popcorn maker is clean and in good working condition. The one in my house is not popping like it used to; we’re replacing ours today. ____ Jan 20 Clean out one of your kitchen cabinets. Do you have an overload of dishes, glasses, mugs, etc. that you never use? Donate them so someone else can benefit.  ____ Jan 21 Do something to organize your memories today. Either make a scrapbook page, organize some old printed photos, or transfer important photos from your cell phone to a photo storage service for safe-keeping. ____ Jan 22 Find a new 5-ingredient or less recipe and give it a whirl today. If you like it, share the recipe with your family and friends on social media. ____ Jan 23 Get rid of spices you haven’t touched in a year or more. ____ Jan 24 Thinking about repainting a room? Research paint colors. ____ Jan 25 Re-organize/tidy office supplies, both at home and at work. ____ Jan 26 Inspect and change your furnace filter if needed. ____ Jan 27 Did you set New Year’s resolutions earlier this month? If so, how are you doing with them? If you’re still on track, great! If not, it’s OK. Today is a great day for a restart. ____ Jan 28 Update your resume, even if you’re not currently seeking new employment. It’s good to have this document up to date. ____ Jan 29 National Puzzle Day. When was the last time you sat down and put together a jigsaw puzzle? Doing so has many benefits such as improving your problem-solving ability, enhancing short-term memory, and helping you work on spatial reasoning. Lay out the pieces on a table or puzzle mat so you can work on it a little bit each day until it’s done. ____ Jan 30 Handwrite a short note to someone you appreciate and mail it to them. ____ Jan 31 Decorate for Valentine’s Day and begin celebrating the season of love. Back to Monthly Organizing Checklists Index
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by Maria Gracia Our NEW January Organizing Checklist provides an organizing TO DO for every day of the month… Join our newsletter to be notified when the newest Monthly Organizing Checklist is available. For a PRINTABLE VERSION, click here ____ Jan 1 New Year’s Day. Name something you’ve been meaning to do for quite some time now. Today, do a tiny part of that something to get it started. Also, say goodbye to old grudges that are weighing you down. ____ Jan 2 Donate at least one clothing item that you never wear. ____ Jan 3 Get your paper filing system in order once and for all, both to reduce paper clutter and to give you the ability to find what you need when you need it. My Oh- So-Organized Filing System  will give you the organized system you need. ____ Jan 4 Return or exchange a gift you received that you don’t like or isn’t going to work for your current needs. ____ Jan 5 Make a folder for incoming tax paperwork. Any company/organization you work for will be sending out that paperwork this month. Some will require you to download this information from their web site, so keep an eye out for tax- related emails/notifications.  ____ Jan 6 Begin taking down and stowing your Christmas/holiday decorations. .____ Jan 7 Begin reading a new book. This month, for my monthly book club, I’m reading Big Lies in a Small Town. ____ Jan 8 Buy or make greeting cards for birthdays, anniversaries, and such. When you want to mail out a card, you won’t have to run to the store to get one each time. You’ll have them easily on hand. ____ Jan 9 Declutter the area under your kitchen sink. ____ Jan 10 Houseplant Appreciation Day. Give some tender loving care to a houseplant you already own. Does it need to be trimmed, fed, or watered? ____ Jan 11 Replenish your first aid kit/supplies at home and in your vehicles. ____ Jan 12 Do you have a stain on your carpet? Use today to spot- clean it. Also, today is a good day to plan a date on your calendar for getting your rug cleaned by the professionals (make an appointment) or for doing it yourself. ____ Jan 13 Do you have costume jewelry you never wear? Go through your stash and donate some of it to a local charity. ____ Jan 14 Trade in plastic storage containers for Pyrex. When you have leftovers, you can heat them up right in the glass bowls. ____ Jan 15 Are all of your holiday decorations put away? If not, get the last of them into storage, except for perhaps any “winter themed” items. ____ Jan 16 Clean the inside of the washing machine, especially around the basin’s top rim and any detergent/softener compartments that have become gunked up. ____ Jan 17 Get rid of old hair products, lotions, and other toiletries you never use. Doing so will free up space in your bathroom cabinet for the items you do use. ____ Jan 18 Martin Luther King, Jr. Day.  Support a Black-owned business in your local community or online. ____ Jan 19 National Popcorn Day. Try a new variety of popcorn. Also, be sure your popcorn maker is clean and in good working condition. The one in my house is not popping like it used to; we’re replacing ours today. ____ Jan 20 Clean out one of your kitchen cabinets. Do you have an overload of dishes, glasses, mugs, etc. that you never use? Donate them so someone else can benefit.  ____ Jan 21 Do something to organize your memories today. Either make a scrapbook page, organize some old printed photos, or transfer important photos from your cell phone to a photo storage service for safe- keeping. ____ Jan 22 Find a new 5-ingredient or less recipe and give it a whirl today. If you like it, share the recipe with your family and friends on social media. ____ Jan 23 Get rid of spices you haven’t touched in a year or more. ____ Jan 24 Thinking about repainting a room? Research paint colors. ____ Jan 25 Re-organize/tidy office supplies, both at home and at work. ____ Jan 26 Inspect and change your furnace filter if needed. ____ Jan 27 Did you set New Year’s resolutions earlier this month? If so, how are you doing with them? If you’re still on track, great! If not, it’s OK. Today is a great day for a restart. ____ Jan 28 Update your resume, even if you’re not currently seeking new employment. It’s good to have this document up to date. ____ Jan 29 National Puzzle Day. When was the last time you sat down and put together a jigsaw puzzle? Doing so has many benefits such as improving your problem-solving ability, enhancing short-term memory, and helping you work on spatial reasoning. Lay out the pieces on a table or puzzle mat so you can work on it a little bit each day until it’s done. ____ Jan 30 Handwrite a short note to someone you appreciate and mail it to them. ____ Jan 31 Decorate for Valentine’s Day and begin celebrating the season of love. Back to Monthly Organizing Checklists Index
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