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Monthly Organizing Checklist November, 2019 Get, and stay, on the road to a more organized life. Begin today with our NEW November Organizing Checklist. Good organization is something to appreciate for a lifetime. Join our newsletter to be notified when the newest checklist is available. For a PRINTABLE VERSION, click here __ Nov 1 All Saint’s Day and Day of the Dead. Reminisce about your loved ones that you miss and talk about happy memories you had with them. Bring out a couple of photo albums and show your family. Today is a good day to sort through some old photos as well. __ Nov 2 Book Lover’s Day. Organize and clean a book shelf. Then, pick up a book at a local library or book store and dig in. __ Nov 3 Be informed. Read up on your local election issues and find your local place to vote on the 5th. Visit Vote 411 for the election information you need in your area. __ Nov 4 Take charge of your health. Check your blood pressure at home or a grocery store. If it’s too high or too low, let your doctor know. __ Nov 5 Election Day. Vote early in the day. Then make a decision about something you’ve been “on the fence” about. __ Nov 6 Prepare for Turkey Day. Start asking around in your family about Thanksgiving plans…make a few phone calls or send a couple of text messages. Try to decide on where it will be held (if that’s in question) and what you’ll be making/bringing. __ Nov 7 Do some research. What do you have to “look up”? Perhaps your favorite Thanksgiving recipes or some new ones? Maybe you’re in the market for a car and you need to research some possibilities? Is it possible you need to peruse some computer programs for something you want to automate? Do at least 20 minutes of research today. Take good notes for reference. __ Nov 8 Weed out your freezer. Go through the items in your freezer. Plan to make anything that’s still good for this week’s meals…that has been sitting in there for awhile. Get rid of anything no longer identifiable, freezer-burned, or that you have no intention of ever making. __ Nov 9 Make a Thanksgiving list. Write out your Thanksgiving shopping list divided by non-perishable and perishable and/or make a packing list if you’re traveling for the holiday. __ Nov 10 Clean your blinds. Old socks worn on your hands work great. Close the blinds, slip the socks on your hands, and wipe slat by slat. __ Nov 11 Thank a veteran. Call a neighbor, friend, or family member and thank them for their service. If YOU’RE in the service, I have such great appreciation for you! __ Nov 12 Make some comfort food. Make a hearty stew. Enjoy it with thick toast, crackers, or Italian bread. While you’re waiting for it to cook, organize a cabinet in the kitchen. __ Nov 13 World Kindness Day. Place a sticky note on a random parked car, or a co-worker’s bulletin board, with a note such as, “You Matter” or “It’s a great day to be great.” __ Nov 14 Organize the top of your desk. Remove, and put away, anything you’re not working on this very moment. File papers away into your filing system or an action folder. Put any obvious junk (food wrappers and such) in the trash. __ Nov 15 Clean out every shelf and drawer in the refrigerator. Wipe down the shelves and throw out questionable items and condiments that haven’t been used in over two months. __ Nov 16 Make a list of items you hope to see on sale for Black Friday. This way, you won’t get swept away with excitement and over-buy. __ Nov 17 Do something active. Take a hike in a nearby park, go to a new class at a local gym, or clean out the garage (this is exercise and organizing double-duty!) __ Nov 18 Shop for Thanksgiving non-perishables. If you’re hosting Thanksgiving, buy all the non-perishables you need, from pans, to canned pumpkin, to baking supplies. __ Nov 19 Delete an app. We all end up with more apps on our cell phones than we’ll ever use. Delete one today. __ Nov 20 Skip grocery shopping. Try skipping grocery shopping and cooking/eating whatever you have in your house…all the way through Thanksgiving. It’s a great way to use up what you have in your fridge, freezer, and pantry…and save a few pennies by being forced to be creative with your meals. __ Nov 21 Random Act of Kindness Day. Put shopping carts back into the corral, buy someone’s coffee, or tape money to a vending machine for someone. __ Nov 22 Catch up on laundry. Doing so is always a great feeling! __ Nov 23 Get a head start on Christmas. Write your Christmas newsletter or start getting your Christmas cards done. __ Nov 24 Donate something. Grab a bag or box and gather things you own that you no longer use. Donate them to a favorite charity. __ Nov 25 Vacuum…the whole house. Once you begin, it’s easy to continue. __ Nov 26 Finish Thanksgiving grocery shopping/planning. Buy any perishable items for Thanksgiving and finalize any loose ends. __ Nov 27 Eat healthy all day today. Have lots of raw veggies available to nosh on today, especially if you’re eating a big meal tomorrow. __ Nov 28 Happy Thanksgiving! Enjoy your day, whether you’re sharing it with family and friends, or if you’re alone this year and planning to snuggle up on the sofa to watch some Thanksgiving movies. Do something that makes your heart happy. __ Nov 29 Black Friday. If you plan to shop, shop early or opt to shop online. Then, plan for an afternoon nap. __ Nov 30 December goals. What are your goals for year-end? Make a list so you can get started on those tomorrow.
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Monthly Organizing Checklist November, 2019 Get, and stay, on the road to a more organized life. Begin today with our NEW November Organizing Checklist. Good organization is something to appreciate for a lifetime. Join our newsletter to be notified when the newest checklist is available. For a PRINTABLE VERSION, click here __ Nov 1 All Saint’s Day and Day of the Dead. Reminisce about your loved ones that you miss and talk about happy memories you had with them. Bring out a couple of photo albums and show your family. Today is a good day to sort through some old photos as well. __ Nov 2 Book Lover’s Day. Organize and clean a book shelf. Then, pick up a book at a local library or book store and dig in. __ Nov 3 Be informed. Read up on your local election issues and find your local place to vote on the 5th. Visit Vote 411 for the election information you need in your area. __ Nov 4 Take charge of your health. Check your blood pressure at home or a grocery store. If it’s too high or too low, let your doctor know. __ Nov 5 Election Day. Vote early in the day. Then make a decision about something you’ve been “on the fence” about. __ Nov 6 Prepare for Turkey Day. Start asking around in your family about Thanksgiving plans…make a few phone calls or send a couple of text messages. Try to decide on where it will be held (if that’s in question) and what you’ll be making/bringing. __ Nov 7 Do some research. What do you have to “look up”? Perhaps your favorite Thanksgiving recipes or some new ones? Maybe you’re in the market for a car and you need to research some possibilities? Is it possible you need to peruse some computer programs for something you want to automate? Do at least 20 minutes of research today. Take good notes for reference. __ Nov 8 Weed out your freezer. Go through the items in your freezer. Plan to make anything that’s still good for this week’s meals…that has been sitting in there for awhile. Get rid of anything no longer identifiable, freezer- burned, or that you have no intention of ever making. __ Nov 9 Make a Thanksgiving list. Write out your Thanksgiving shopping list divided by non-perishable and perishable and/or make a packing list if you’re traveling for the holiday. __ Nov 10 Clean your blinds. Old socks worn on your hands work great. Close the blinds, slip the socks on your hands, and wipe slat by slat. __ Nov 11 Thank a veteran. Call a neighbor, friend, or family member and thank them for their service. If YOU’RE in the service, I have such great appreciation for you! __ Nov 12 Make some comfort food. Make a hearty stew. Enjoy it with thick toast, crackers, or Italian bread. While you’re waiting for it to cook, organize a cabinet in the kitchen. __ Nov 13 World Kindness Day. Place a sticky note on a random parked car, or a co-worker’s bulletin board, with a note such as, “You Matter” or “It’s a great day to be great.” __ Nov 14 Organize the top of your desk. Remove, and put away, anything you’re not working on this very moment. File papers away into your filing system or an action folder. Put any obvious junk (food wrappers and such) in the trash. __ Nov 15 Clean out every shelf and drawer in the refrigerator. Wipe down the shelves and throw out questionable items and condiments that haven’t been used in over two months. __ Nov 16 Make a list of items you hope to see on sale for Black Friday.  This way, you won’t get swept away with excitement and over- buy. __ Nov 17 Do something active. Take a hike in a nearby park, go to a new class at a local gym, or clean out the garage (this is exercise and organizing double-duty!) __ Nov 18 Shop for Thanksgiving non- perishables. If you’re hosting Thanksgiving, buy all the non- perishables you need, from pans, to canned pumpkin, to baking supplies. __ Nov 19 Delete an app. We all end up with more apps on our cell phones than we’ll ever use. Delete one today. __ Nov 20 Skip grocery shopping. Try skipping grocery shopping and cooking/eating whatever you have in your house…all the way through Thanksgiving. It’s a great way to use up what you have in your fridge, freezer, and pantry…and save a few pennies by being forced to be creative with your meals. __ Nov 21 Random Act of Kindness Day.  Put shopping carts back into the corral, buy someone’s coffee, or tape money to a vending machine for someone. __ Nov 22 Catch up on laundry. Doing so is always a great feeling! __ Nov 23 Get a head start on Christmas. Write your Christmas newsletter or start getting your Christmas cards done. __ Nov 24 Donate something. Grab a bag or box and gather things you own that you no longer use. Donate them to a favorite charity. __ Nov 25 Vacuum…the whole house.  Once you begin, it’s easy to continue. __ Nov 26 Finish Thanksgiving grocery shopping/planning. Buy any perishable items for Thanksgiving and finalize any loose ends. __ Nov 27 Eat healthy all day today. Have lots of raw veggies available to nosh on today, especially if you’re eating a big meal tomorrow. __ Nov 28 Happy Thanksgiving! Enjoy your day, whether you’re sharing it with family and friends, or if you’re alone this year and planning to snuggle up on the sofa to watch some Thanksgiving movies. Do something that makes your heart happy. __ Nov 29 Black Friday. If you plan to shop, shop early or opt to shop online. Then, plan for an afternoon nap. __ Nov 30 December goals. What are your goals for year-end? Make a list so you can get started on those tomorrow.
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