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by Maria Gracia My NEW November 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 __ Nov 1 Put your Thanksgiving thinking cap on. What are your plans for Thanksgiving? Your house, someone else’s, or both? Think about what you need to cook or to take. Also, think about your wardrobe. Jot down notes. __ Nov 2 Ask the kids if anything is coming up. Check with your children (or his/her teacher) for any special school events (like holiday bake sales) or projects so that you are not surprised. __ Nov 3 Clean and or polish the dining table, chairs, and side tables. __ Nov 4 Weed out your sweater drawer. Then organize your keepers. __ Nov 5 Fall back. If applicable in your area, be sure to set your clocks BACK…including the clock in your vehicle…one hour before you go to bed tonight. Your cell phone will likely change automatically. __ Nov 6 Daylight Saving Time Ends 2A. Change smoke detector batteries. Are all of your clocks set to the correct time? Also, today is a good day to change the batteries in your smoke detectors. __ Nov 7 Dust around the top of every room of your home. __ Nov 8 Election Day (USA). Exercise your right to vote. Get out to your local polling place unless you’ve voted early. __ Nov 9 Get your Christmas card list organized. If you usually print labels for your cards, today is a good day to do so. __ Nov 10 Be a barista. Test a new recipe for mulled cider or flavored coffee drinks. __ Nov 11 Veteran’s Day (USA). Say thank you to those you know who are serving, or have served, in the military. __ Nov 12 Prepare a crockpot dinner. Make enough for at least two meals, so you have a night off from cooking tomorrow. __ Nov 13 Finalize Turkey Day plans. Call the people you need to call and check on their holiday plans. Finalize who is going to be where, and who is going to bring what. __ Nov 14 Remove lime build-up. Place a vinegar-soaked paper towel around the kitchen faucet to remove lime build-up, or try Lime Away if needed. __ Nov 15 Wash the dusty coffee cups that have been stowed in the back of the cabinet. __ Nov 16 Decorate for Thanksgiving. I keep it pretty simple in our home, mostly focusing this effort on our fireplace mantel and adding a centerpiece to the kitchen and dining tables. __ Nov 17 Sweep outside your home’s entryway. __ Nov 18 Begin to use up foods in your refrigerator and freezer and refrain from going grocery shopping if you can. In doing so, you’ll have enough space for your Thanksgiving ingredients. __ Nov 19 Dust one room’s corners every day this week. __ Nov 20 Focus on organizing winter clothing. Organize your winter jeans and slacks. __ Nov 21 Prepare the bedside table in the guest room with a couple of books, magazines, a notebook and pens, a new tube of Chapstick, some tissues, and a few pieces of chocolate for a midnight snack. __ Nov 22 Wipe all mini blinds with a damp cloth. (On another note, don’t forget to thaw the Thanksgiving turkey if it’s frozen.) __ Nov 23 Get last-minute ingredients. Go to the store to get any last- minute groceries needed for your Thanksgiving recipes. Remember to get containers for leftovers. __ Nov 24 Thanksgiving Day (USA). Enjoy this day of gratitude, blessings, food, and family. __ Nov 25 Make soup. Make a hearty turkey or chicken or soup. __ Nov 26 Start decorating for Christmas. Just do a tiny bit each day until it’s done. We usually get the tree from our basement and bring it upstairs, and set it up with lights. Then, the next day, we begin adding ornaments. __ Nov 27 Wash the table linens, fold and put away. __ Nov 28 Run all curtains through the dryer on the low setting to remove dust. Then rehang. __ Nov 29 Clean the baseboards, one room a day. __ Nov 30 Donate winter clothing that no longer fits or that you know you’ll never wear. Back to Monthly Organizing Checklists Index
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by Maria Gracia My NEW November 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 __ Nov 1 Put your Thanksgiving thinking cap on. What are your plans for Thanksgiving? Your house, someone else’s, or both? Think about what you need to cook or to take. Also, think about your wardrobe. Jot down notes. __ Nov 2 Ask the kids if anything is coming up. Check with your children (or his/her teacher) for any special school events (like holiday bake sales) or projects so that you are not surprised. __ Nov 3 Clean and or polish the dining table, chairs, and side tables. __ Nov 4 Weed out your sweater drawer. Then organize your keepers. __ Nov 5 Fall back. If applicable in your area, be sure to set your clocks BACK…including the clock in your vehicle…one hour before you go to bed tonight. Your cell phone will likely change automatically. __ Nov 6 Daylight Saving Time Ends 2A. Change smoke detector batteries. Are all of your clocks set to the correct time? Also, today is a good day to change the batteries in your smoke detectors. __ Nov 7 Dust around the top of every room of your home. __ Nov 8 Election Day (USA). Exercise your right to vote. Get out to your local polling place unless you’ve voted early. __ Nov 9 Get your Christmas card list organized. If you usually print labels for your cards, today is a good day to do so. __ Nov 10 Be a barista. Test a new recipe for mulled cider or flavored coffee drinks. __ Nov 11 Veteran’s Day (USA). Say thank you to those you know who are serving, or have served, in the military. __ Nov 12 Prepare a crockpot dinner. Make enough for at least two meals, so you have a night off from cooking tomorrow. __ Nov 13 Finalize Turkey Day plans. Call the people you need to call and check on their holiday plans. Finalize who is going to be where, and who is going to bring what. __ Nov 14 Remove lime build-up. Place a vinegar-soaked paper towel around the kitchen faucet to remove lime build-up, or try Lime Away if needed. __ Nov 15 Wash the dusty coffee cups  that have been stowed in the back of the cabinet. __ Nov 16 Decorate for Thanksgiving. I keep it pretty simple in our home, mostly focusing this effort on our fireplace mantel and adding a centerpiece to the kitchen and dining tables. __ Nov 17 Sweep outside your home’s entryway. __ Nov 18 Begin to use up foods in your refrigerator and freezer and refrain from going grocery shopping if you can. In doing so, you’ll have enough space for your Thanksgiving ingredients. __ Nov 19 Dust one room’s corners every day this week. __ Nov 20 Focus on organizing winter clothing. Organize your winter jeans and slacks. __ Nov 21 Prepare the bedside table in the guest room with a couple of books, magazines, a notebook and pens, a new tube of Chapstick, some tissues, and a few pieces of chocolate for a midnight snack. __ Nov 22 Wipe all mini blinds with a damp cloth. (On another note, don’t forget to thaw the Thanksgiving turkey if it’s frozen.) __ Nov 23 Get last-minute ingredients. Go to the store to get any last-minute groceries needed for your Thanksgiving recipes. Remember to get containers for leftovers. __ Nov 24 Thanksgiving Day (USA). Enjoy this day of gratitude, blessings, food, and family. __ Nov 25 Make soup. Make a hearty turkey or chicken or soup. __ Nov 26 Start decorating for Christmas. Just do a tiny bit each day until it’s done. We usually get the tree from our basement and bring it upstairs, and set it up with lights. Then, the next day, we begin adding ornaments. __ Nov 27 Wash the table linens, fold and put away. __ Nov 28 Run all curtains through the dryer on the low setting to remove dust. Then rehang. __ Nov 29 Clean the baseboards, one room a day. __ Nov 30 Donate winter clothing that no longer fits or that you know you’ll never wear. Back to Monthly Organizing Checklists Index
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