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Monthly Organizing Checklist July, 2020 Our NEW July Organizing Checklist provides an organizing TO DO for every day of the month. Join our newsletter to be notified when the newest checklist is available. For a PRINTABLE VERSION, click here ____ Jul 1 Check window screens for holes. Do any screen patching or replacing as needed. You don’t want to invite mosquitos or other insects in your home. ____ Jul 2 Organize or re-organize garden tools. Paint the handles of garden tools in neon colors so they’re more easily seen if inadvertently left out on the lawn. ____ Jul 3 Be sure to check veggies growing in your garden and containers before they over-ripen. Enjoy them in a salad or a Pasta Primavera recipe this week. ____ Jul 4 Independence Day! Hang the American flag outside your home. ____ Jul 5 Consider planting some pumpkin seeds. Pumpkins take 100 to 140 days to mature…and if you plant now, you should have a pumpkin by Halloween.  ____ Jul 6 Add a layer of mulch to your plant beds. It will assist in fending off weeds and help your garden retain moisture during the very hot summer months. .____ Jul 7 Clean out the gutters and downspouts of your home, or call in a service to handle this for you. ____ Jul 8 Do a paint touch-up…inside or out. ____ Jul 9 Time to donate items you’re no longer using. Many donations centers are now open…some during special hours and others on a “call first and make an appointment basis.” ____ Jul 10 Clean bird baths and outdoor water fountains. ____ Jul 11 Clean porch lights. Temporarily turn off the power. If you can remove the fixtures, take them inside and wash them with warm water and Dawn dish soap. If they must stay put, wipe the exterior clean with a a damp microfiber cloth. Change any light bulbs that are out. Then turn the power back on. ____ Jul 12 Dust off ceiling fans and ceiling fixtures. ____ Jul 13 Deep clean one of the bathrooms if you haven’t done so in awhile. Then, rearrange or change the décor a bit to add a fresh new look. ____ Jul 14 Empty out a bedroom drawer. Weed out any items you no longer want or that no longer fit. Re-organize the “keepers” back into the drawer. ____ Jul 15 Scrub the grill…especially if you’ve been cooking out a lot and have neglected this task. ____ Jul 16 Clean your oven. If you’re going to run the self-clean cycle, open all your windows and remove the wire racks before starting the cycle. Otherwise, use a product like Easy-Off and do it manually. ____ Jul 17 Are you still being good about disinfecting? Disinfect high-touch surfaces like doorknobs, light switches, remote controls, and faucets. ____ Jul 18 Repair fence or deck boards. Do it yourself, or call in a handyman service. Alternately, or in addition, stain or paint these as needed. ____ Jul 19 Clean out the freezer. Get rid of anything that has been in there for ages and will likely never get eaten. Sort like-items together, like all desserts in one area or on one shelf, all frozen veggies on another, etc. ____ Jul 20 Do something to care for your pet…grooming, nail trimming, or an annual vet visit? ____ Jul 21 Do you have bras that you want to donate? Many everyday charities won’t accept them, but The Bra Recyclers, LLC will take them off your hands. They recycle, reuse or repurpose bras while providing social benefits to women and girls escaping domestic violence, drug addiction, and human trafficking. They also assist breast cancer survivors. ____ Jul 22 Spot clean your rugs as needed. ____ Jul 23 Declutter your most cluttered kitchen cabinet. ____ Jul 24 Do you have a surplus of purses, handbags, and/or totes? It’s a good week to donate a few…or a whole bunch. ____ Jul 25 Pass on some summer beach reads you’ve already read to a friend, or your local library. ____ Jul 26 Declare today a “no work day” and just relax with a book or a magazine. Order in! ____ Jul 27 Schedule a health screening that you may have been putting off. ____ Jul 28 Delete a whole bunch of email…messages in your inbox and/or in your email folders. ____ Jul 29 Delete recipes saved to your Pinterest account that seemed interesting when you pinned them, but no longer interest you now. ____ Jul 30 Dust tends to build in closets…and easily gets ignored. Vacuum inside a closet or two. ____ Jul 31 Do you have kids who are starting school again this fall? Begin getting organized for the school season ahead. Remember, due to COVID-19, things may be handled very differently this year. Zone in on the changes and do what you can (and pick up what you need) to help your kids get a good start before the first day of school. Get them ready (forms filled out, gear organized in one place, etc.) for school sports as well.
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Monthly Organizing Checklist July, 2020 Our NEW July Organizing Checklist  provides an organizing TO DO for every day of the month. Join our newsletter to be notified when the newest checklist is available. For a PRINTABLE VERSION, click here ____ Jul 1 Check window screens for holes. Do any screen patching or replacing as needed. You don’t want to invite mosquitos or other insects in your home. ____ Jul 2 Organize or re-organize garden tools. Paint the handles of garden tools in neon colors so they’re more easily seen if inadvertently left out on the lawn. ____ Jul 3 Be sure to check veggies growing in your garden and containers before they over- ripen. Enjoy them in a salad or a Pasta Primavera recipe this week. ____ Jul 4 Independence Day! Hang the American flag outside your home. ____ Jul 5 Consider planting some pumpkin seeds. Pumpkins take 100 to 140 days to mature…and if you plant now, you should have a pumpkin by Halloween.  ____ Jul 6 Add a layer of mulch to your plant beds. It will assist in fending off weeds and help your garden retain moisture during the very hot summer months. .____ Jul 7 Clean out the gutters and downspouts of your home, or call in a service to handle this for you. ____ Jul 8 Do a paint touch-up…inside or out. ____ Jul 9 Time to donate items you’re no longer using. Many donations centers are now open…some during special hours and others on a “call first and make an appointment basis.” ____ Jul 10 Clean bird baths and outdoor water fountains. ____ Jul 11 Clean porch lights. Temporarily turn off the power. If you can remove the fixtures, take them inside and wash them with warm water and Dawn dish soap. If they must stay put, wipe the exterior clean with a a damp microfiber cloth. Change any light bulbs that are out. Then turn the power back on. ____ Jul 12 Dust off ceiling fans and ceiling fixtures. ____ Jul 13 Deep clean one of the bathrooms if you haven’t done so in awhile. Then, rearrange or change the décor a bit to add a fresh new look. ____ Jul 14 Empty out a bedroom drawer. Weed out any items you no longer want or that no longer fit. Re-organize the “keepers” back into the drawer. ____ Jul 15 Scrub the grill…especially if you’ve been cooking out a lot and have neglected this task. ____ Jul 16 Clean your oven. If you’re going to run the self-clean cycle, open all your windows and remove the wire racks before starting the cycle. Otherwise, use a product like Easy-Off and do it manually. ____ Jul 17 Are you still being good about disinfecting? Disinfect high- touch surfaces like doorknobs, light switches, remote controls, and faucets. ____ Jul 18 Repair fence or deck boards. Do it yourself, or call in a handyman service. Alternately, or in addition, stain or paint these as needed. ____ Jul 19 Clean out the freezer. Get rid of anything that has been in there for ages and will likely never get eaten. Sort like- items together, like all desserts in one area or on one shelf, all frozen veggies on another, etc. ____ Jul 20 Do something to care for your pet…grooming, nail trimming, or an annual vet visit? ____ Jul 21 Do you have bras that you want to donate? Many everyday charities won’t accept them, but The Bra Recyclers, LLC will take them off your hands. They recycle, reuse or repurpose bras while providing social benefits to women and girls escaping domestic violence, drug addiction, and human trafficking. They also assist breast cancer survivors. ____ Jul 22 Spot clean your rugs as needed. ____ Jul 23 Declutter your most cluttered kitchen cabinet. ____ Jul 24 Do you have a surplus of purses, handbags, and/or totes? It’s a good week to donate a few…or a whole bunch. ____ Jul 25 Pass on some summer beach reads you’ve already read to a friend, or your local library. ____ Jul 26 Declare today a “no work day” and just relax with a book or a magazine. Order in! ____ Jul 27 Schedule a health screening that you may have been putting off. ____ Jul 28 Delete a whole bunch of email…messages in your inbox and/or in your email folders. ____ Jul 29 Delete recipes saved to your Pinterest account that seemed interesting when you pinned them, but no longer interest you now. ____ Jul 30 Dust tends to build in closets…and easily gets ignored. Vacuum inside a closet or two. ____ Jul 31 Do you have kids who are starting school again this fall? Begin getting organized for the school season ahead. Remember, due to COVID- 19, things may be handled very differently this year. Zone in on the changes and do what you can (and pick up what you need) to help your kids get a good start before the first day of school. Get them ready (forms filled out, gear organized in one place, etc.) for school sports as well.
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