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November, 2020 Our NEW November 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 __ Nov 1 Jot down a daily appreciation. Get a medium sized pumpkin and place it on your kitchen or dining room table, first being sure your table is protected. Using a thick, black Sharpie, write something you’re thankful for on the pumpkin. Each person in the family can do this. Repeat every day through Thanksgiving, and you’ll have a wonderful centerpiece, as well as a lovely set of blessings you can read before your Thanksgiving meal. __ Nov 2 Eat what you have. This is a very good month to eat what you have in your refrigerator, freezer, and pantry…and try to go grocery shopping as little as possible. Doing so stops you from spending money unnecessarily and prematurely…and assists you in cleaning out. By the time Thanksgiving rolls around, you should have plenty of room in your refrigerator and freezer for leftovers. __ Nov 3 Election Day (USA). Exercise your right to vote. Get out to your local polling place unless you’ve already mailed in your ballot. __ Nov 4 Un-decorate and re-decorate. Store Halloween decorations. Pull out Thanksgiving decorations and put them on display. __ Nov 5 Secure your home from pests. Mice and snakes can get in holes the size of a quarter. Just sayin’. Seal holes around plumbing pipes and cables that enter your house. __ Nov 6 Clean and cover/store patio furniture. If you live in a cold weather state, it’s time to do this…if you haven’t done so already. __ Nov 7 Donate coats and outerwear. Go through coats and outerwear and donate those in good condition, but that you no longer want, to your favorite local charity. They enjoy the warm feeling of knowing that someone else will be warm this winter. __ Nov 8 Rake. Rake any remaining leaves and put them on your curb for pick up if your community does this, or drop them off at a leaf drop-off center. __ Nov 9 Recycle old magazines. Do you have a collection of magazines that are so old that they’re catching dust? Recycle them. __ Nov 10 Recycle old newspapers. Daily or weekly newspapers older than a day or a week are old news. Recycle them. Consider unsubscribing if you no longer read them…or perhaps a digital subscription would serve you well? __ Nov 11 Veteran’s Day (USA). Say thank you to those you know who are serving, or have served, in the military. Visit a veteran memorial or cemetery and pay your respects to the great men and women who fought for our freedoms. __ Nov 12 Inspect/weed out your table linens. Go through your tablecloths, cloth napkins, and napkin rings. Inspect each for rips, stains, etc. and get rid of any that are no longer up to par. Shop for replacements if necessary. __ Nov 13 Weed out 3 items from your clothes closet. Whether it’s a shirt you really don’t like, a pair of jeans that don’t fit, shoes that pinch your feet, or a purse that is too small or too large for your liking, weed out 3 items. Donate them, pass them onto a friend, or put them out with the trash. __ Nov 14 Visit your local library. Borrow a few seasonal books to get you in the mood for the holidays. __ Nov 15 Start your Christmas card TO DOs. Purchase or begin making Christmas cards. __ Nov 16 Uninstall one program (or two) from your computer. Most everyone who owns a computer has a program or two that they never use. Uninstall a program or two and free up space. Not sure how? Ask a family member or friend who is good with computers…or a teenager. __ Nov 17 Dismantle a pile of paper. Grab a pile of paper and take the time to recycle the unneeded and file the rest. __ Nov 18 Make a Thanksgiving checklist. If you are hosting the holiday, even if it’s going to be a small event, make a checklist of everything you have to accomplish during these days leading up to the holiday. It makes life easier! __ Nov 19 Dust off picture frames. Picture frames can get very dusty. Dust those displayed on surfaces, as well as any hanging on your walls. __ Nov 20 Buy a lottery ticket for you, and one to give. Buy a lottery ticket for you…and another to give to a friend. Scratch-offs can be fun…and you just never know if today is your lucky day. __ Nov 21 Do a marathon cleaning session. While I typically recommend just a little bit of cleaning a day, I really like to get my whole house in tip top shape for Thanksgiving. If you can spare a few hours today, focus on the areas that are visible to you and guests. Don’t worry so much about the insides of cabinets, etc. __ Nov 22 Buy a few extra toothbrushes. It’s good oral hygiene to swap out your toothbrush every three or four months, but if you get sick, swapping it out for a new one once you’re feeling better is a good idea. Buy a few extras to have on hand for you and your family members. __ Nov 23 Start thawing your frozen turkey. If you’re having turkey for Thanksgiving Day, depending on the size, you may have to begin thawing it today. __ Nov 24 Donate. Give something today…money, your time, your talents…to someone you know or an organization in need. __ Nov 25 Watch a Thanksgiving movie. Enjoy a no-guilt, cozy few hours watching a Thanksgiving-themed movie like The Blind Side, You’ve Got Mail, or Planes, Trains & Automobiles. __ Nov 26 Thanksgiving Day. Enjoy this day of gratitude, blessings, food, and family. Even though we’re in the middle of a pandemic and it has been an especially hard year, find the good and share that joy with others…even if you’re sharing virtually. __ Nov 27 Use up those leftovers. Use up whatever Thanksgiving leftovers you have. If you Google the words “recipe leftovers thanksgiving” you’ll get a ton of ideas for turning yesterday’s meal into a whole new meal today. __ Nov 28 Support a local business. This year has been very hard on many small businesses. Can you make a purchase, for something you need (food, goods, a service), from a small business owner in your area? __ Nov 29 Delete 20 phone photos. This is an easy task to do while you’re on telephone hold or while watching TV. __ Nov 30 Preparing your Christmas cards for mailing. Get your Christmas cards done, a little a day, and begin mailing them out in batches.
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Monthly Organizing Checklist November, 2020 Our NEW November 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. Click here for the PRINTABLE VERSION. __ Nov 1 Jot down a daily appreciation. Get a medium sized pumpkin and place it on your kitchen or dining room table, first being sure your table is protected. Using a thick, black Sharpie, write something you’re thankful for on the pumpkin. Each person in the family can do this. Repeat every day through Thanksgiving, and you’ll have a wonderful centerpiece, as well as a lovely set of blessings you can read before your Thanksgiving meal. __ Nov 2 Eat what you have. This is a very good month to eat what you have in your refrigerator, freezer, and pantry…and try to go grocery shopping as little as possible. Doing so stops you from spending money unnecessarily and prematurely…and assists you in cleaning out. By the time Thanksgiving rolls around, you should have plenty of room in your refrigerator and freezer for leftovers. __ Nov 3 Election Day (USA). Exercise your right to vote. Get out to your local polling place unless you’ve already mailed in your ballot. __ Nov 4 Un-decorate and re-decorate. Store Halloween decorations. Pull out Thanksgiving decorations and put them on display. __ Nov 5 Secure your home from pests. Mice and snakes can get in holes the size of a quarter. Just sayin’. Seal holes around plumbing pipes and cables that enter your house. __ Nov 6 Clean and cover/store patio furniture. If you live in a cold weather state, it’s time to do this…if you haven’t done so already. __ Nov 7 Donate coats and outerwear. Go through coats and outerwear and donate those in good condition, but that you no longer want, to your favorite local charity. They enjoy the warm feeling of knowing that someone else will be warm this winter. __ Nov 8 Rake. Rake any remaining leaves and put them on your curb for pick up if your community does this, or drop them off at a leaf drop-off center. __ Nov 9 Recycle old magazines. Do you have a collection of magazines that are so old that they’re catching dust? Recycle them. __ Nov 10 Recycle old newspapers. Daily or weekly newspapers older than a day or a week are old news. Recycle them. Consider unsubscribing if you no longer read them…or perhaps a digital subscription would serve you well? __ Nov 11 Veteran’s Day (USA). Say thank you to those you know who are serving, or have served, in the military. Visit a veteran memorial or cemetery and pay your respects to the great men and women who fought for our freedoms. __ Nov 12 Inspect/weed out your table linens. Go through your tablecloths, cloth napkins, and napkin rings. Inspect each for rips, stains, etc. and get rid of any that are no longer up to par. Shop for replacements if necessary. __ Nov 13 Weed out 3 items from your clothes closet. Whether it’s a shirt you really don’t like, a pair of jeans that don’t fit, shoes that pinch your feet, or a purse that is too small or too large for your liking, weed out 3 items. Donate them, pass them onto a friend, or put them out with the trash. __ Nov 14 Visit your local library. Borrow a few seasonal books to get you in the mood for the holidays. __ Nov 15 Start your Christmas card TO DOs. Purchase or begin making Christmas cards. __ Nov 16 Uninstall one program (or two) from your computer. Most everyone who owns a computer has a program or two that they never use. Uninstall a program or two and free up space. Not sure how? Ask a family member or friend who is good with computers…or a teenager. __ Nov 17 Dismantle a pile of paper. Grab a pile of paper and take the time to recycle the unneeded and file the rest. __ Nov 18 Make a Thanksgiving checklist. If you are hosting the holiday, even if it’s going to be a small event, make a checklist of everything you have to accomplish during these days leading up to the holiday. It makes life easier! __ Nov 19 Dust off picture frames. Picture frames can get very dusty. Dust those displayed on surfaces, as well as any hanging on your walls. __ Nov 20 Buy a lottery ticket for you, and one to give. Buy a lottery ticket for you…and another to give to a friend. Scratch-offs can be fun…and you just never know if today is your lucky day. __ Nov 21 Do a marathon cleaning session. While I typically recommend just a little bit of cleaning a day, I really like to get my whole house in tip top shape for Thanksgiving. If you can spare a few hours today, focus on the areas that are visible to you and guests. Don’t worry so much about the insides of cabinets, etc. __ Nov 22 Buy a few extra toothbrushes. It’s good oral hygiene to swap out your toothbrush every three or four months, but if you get sick, swapping it out for a new one once you’re feeling better is a good idea. Buy a few extras to have on hand for you and your family members. __ Nov 23 Start thawing your frozen turkey. If you’re having turkey for Thanksgiving Day, depending on the size, you may have to begin thawing it today. __ Nov 24 Donate. Give something today…money, your time, your talents…to someone you know or an organization in need. __ Nov 25 Watch a Thanksgiving movie. Enjoy a no-guilt, cozy few hours watching a Thanksgiving-themed movie like The Blind Side, You’ve Got Mail, or Planes, Trains & Automobiles. __ Nov 26 Thanksgiving Day. Enjoy this day of gratitude, blessings, food, and family. Even though we’re in the middle of a pandemic and it has been an especially hard year, find the good and share that joy with others…even if you’re sharing virtually. __ Nov 27 Use up those leftovers. Use up whatever Thanksgiving leftovers you have. If you Google the words “recipe leftovers thanksgiving” you’ll get a ton of ideas for turning yesterday’s meal into a whole new meal today. __ Nov 28 Support a local business. This year has been very hard on many small businesses. Can you make a purchase, for something you need (food, goods, a service), from a small business owner in your area? __ Nov 29 Delete 20 phone photos. This is an easy task to do while you’re on telephone hold or while watching TV. __ Nov 30 Preparing your Christmas cards for mailing. Get your Christmas cards done, a little a day, and begin mailing them out in batches.
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