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by Maria Gracia 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 Monthly Organizing Checklist is available. For a PRINTABLE VERSION, click here __ Nov 1 Make your Christmas list and start shopping. If you begin now, you should have it all done well before Christmas. My Christmas Holiday Planner can help you get and stay organized for a merrier holiday season. __ Nov 2 Election Day (USA). Exercise your right to vote. Get out to your local polling place unless you’ve already mailed in your ballot. __ Nov 3 Inventory your medicine cabinet for your cold and flu season remedies. Safely dispose of anything expired. Replenish any shortages. It’s better to be stocked up than to have to run out to the store when you’re feeling under the weather. __ Nov 4 Weed out old tablecloths, cloth napkins, napkins rings and other dining essentials that have seen better days. Organize your keepers back in. __ Nov 5 Do you have any old coats, sweaters, or boots you can donate? If so, bring them to your local charity. __ Nov 6 Be sure to change your clocks before you go to bed if applicable in your area and if it doesn’t happen automatically. Fall BACK one hour. __ Nov 7 Daylight Saving Time Ends 2A. Are all of your clocks set to the correct time? Also, today is a good day to change the batteries in all of your smoke detectors. __ Nov 8 Organize a shelf or two in your pantry. __ Nov 9 Go through a box of photos, with the intention of sorting them into categories. __ Nov 10 Delete phone apps you’re no longer using. __ 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 Delete 25 or more photos on your phone that you don’t need to keep. __ Nov 13 Look in your pantry. Is there anything in there that has been sitting unused for months? Years? Is it time to get rid of it? __ Nov 14 Re-organize under the kitchen sink. __ Nov 15 Empty a cabinet or drawer, clean them out, get rid of anything you no longer need, and put everything back in an organized fashion. __ Nov 16 Make an appointment to have your pet groomed. __ Nov 17 Homemade Bread Day. When was the last time you took the time to make your own bread? With today’s busy lifestyle, for many this has become a lost art. Make a loaf of homemade bread today. __ 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 Vacuum out the inside of your vehicle. My husband always replaces our fabric floor mats with rubber ones this time of the year. We live in Wisconsin and we know stepping on the fabric ones with wet, snowy, and/or salty boots can be damaging. __ Nov 20 Clean your computer keyboard. I generally turn mine upside down over a trash container and tap gently to remove loose crumbs and debris. I then dampen a Q-tip with rubbing alcohol and gently clean around the keys. It may take a few Q-tips to complete the job. __ Nov 21 Finalize Thanksgiving plans. If you’re hosting, be sure you have your TO DOs all written up. If you’re visiting and bringing a dish to pass, have a list of ingredients so you can get whatever you need from the supermarket. Traveling? Are your plane tickets easily accessible and bags packed? __ Nov 22 Is your pantry well stocked? If not, it’s a good time to make a list and replenish whatever you need. When winter weather hits, you can simply open your pantry and prepare meals without having to venture out into the cold, snow, and ice. __ Nov 23 Clean out your wallet. __ Nov 24 Donate or give away old cookbooks you no longer use. __ Nov 25 Thanksgiving Day (USA). Enjoy this day of gratitude, blessings, food, and family. __ Nov 26 Start decorating for Christmas. My husband always gets our holiday décor out of storage the day after Thanksgiving and my daughter and I begin decorating. We never do it all in one day…but we enjoy getting started. We always have Christmas movies playing in the background. __ Nov 27 Reorganize your sleepwear drawer. __ Nov 28 Are your socks neatly organized in pairs? If not, today is a good day to get them in order. Consider a sock organizer if you don’t already have one. __ Nov 29 As you come across Christmas decorations you no longer like, put them in a donation box. Then bring them to your local charity prior to the holiday. What may not strike your fancy may make someone else very happy. __ Nov 30 Begin writing out your Christmas cards. Figure out how many you’ll be sending so you know how many you have to write each day to get them done over the next two weeks. Back to Monthly Organizing Checklists Index
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by Maria Gracia 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 Monthly Organizing Checklist is available. For a PRINTABLE VERSION, click here __ Nov 1 Make your Christmas list and start shopping. If you begin now, you should have it all done well before Christmas. My Christmas Holiday Planner  can help you get and stay organized for a merrier holiday season. __ Nov 2 Election Day (USA). Exercise your right to vote. Get out to your local polling place unless you’ve already mailed in your ballot. __ Nov 3 Inventory your medicine cabinet for your cold and flu season remedies. Safely dispose of anything expired. Replenish any shortages. It’s better to be stocked up than to have to run out to the store when you’re feeling under the weather. __ Nov 4 Weed out old tablecloths, cloth napkins, napkins rings and other dining essentials that have seen better days. Organize your keepers back in. __ Nov 5 Do you have any old coats, sweaters, or boots you can donate? If so, bring them to your local charity. __ Nov 6 Be sure to change your clocks before you go to bed if applicable in your area and if it doesn’t happen automatically. Fall BACK one hour. __ Nov 7 Daylight Saving Time Ends 2A. Are all of your clocks set to the correct time? Also, today is a good day to change the batteries in all of your smoke detectors. __ Nov 8 Organize a shelf or two in your pantry. __ Nov 9 Go through a box of photos, with the intention of sorting them into categories. __ Nov 10 Delete phone apps you’re no longer using. __ 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 Delete 25 or more photos on your phone that you don’t need to keep. __ Nov 13 Look in your pantry. Is there anything in there that has been sitting unused for months? Years? Is it time to get rid of it? __ Nov 14 Re-organize under the kitchen sink. __ Nov 15 Empty a cabinet or drawer, clean them out, get rid of anything you no longer need, and put everything back in an organized fashion. __ Nov 16 Make an appointment to have your pet groomed. __ Nov 17 Homemade Bread Day. When was the last time you took the time to make your own bread? With today’s busy lifestyle, for many this has become a lost art. Make a loaf of homemade bread today. __ 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 Vacuum out the inside of your vehicle. My husband always replaces our fabric floor mats with rubber ones this time of the year. We live in Wisconsin and we know stepping on the fabric ones with wet, snowy, and/or salty boots can be damaging. __ Nov 20 Clean your computer keyboard. I generally turn mine upside down over a trash container and tap gently to remove loose crumbs and debris. I then dampen a Q-tip with rubbing alcohol and gently clean around the keys. It may take a few Q-tips to complete the job. __ Nov 21 Finalize Thanksgiving plans. If you’re hosting, be sure you have your TO DOs all written up. If you’re visiting and bringing a dish to pass, have a list of ingredients so you can get whatever you need from the supermarket. Traveling? Are your plane tickets easily accessible and bags packed? __ Nov 22 Is your pantry well stocked? If not, it’s a good time to make a list and replenish whatever you need. When winter weather hits, you can simply open your pantry and prepare meals without having to venture out into the cold, snow, and ice. __ Nov 23 Clean out your wallet. __ Nov 24 Donate or give away old cookbooks you no longer use. __ Nov 25 Thanksgiving Day (USA). Enjoy this day of gratitude, blessings, food, and family. __ Nov 26 Start decorating for Christmas. My husband always gets our holiday décor out of storage the day after Thanksgiving and my daughter and I begin decorating. We never do it all in one day…but we enjoy getting started. We always have Christmas movies playing in the background. __ Nov 27 Reorganize your sleepwear drawer. __ Nov 28 Are your socks neatly organized in pairs? If not, today is a good day to get them in order. Consider a sock organizer if you don’t already have one. __ Nov 29 As you come across Christmas decorations you no longer like, put them in a donation box. Then bring them to your local charity prior to the holiday. What may not strike your fancy may make someone else very happy. __ Nov 30 Begin writing out your Christmas cards. Figure out how many you’ll be sending so you know how many you have to write each day to get them done over the next two weeks. Back to Monthly Organizing Checklists Index
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