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Monthly Organizing Checklist October, 2019 Ensure your home, family, job, and life are all boo-tifully organized. Start today with our NEW October Organizing Checklist Join our newsletter to be notified when the newest checklist is available. For a PRINTABLE VERSION, click here __ Oct 1 Buy some fall gourds at the farmers market or grocery store and use them to decorate your porch and/or hearth. __ Oct 2 It’s Breast Cancer Awareness month. If it is time for a mammogram, schedule it. __ Oct 3 This is a good time to plant in certain parts of the country. In other parts of the country, mulch and cover plants before winter weather. __ Oct 4 If you will be traveling for Thanksgiving or Christmas, start and complete any plane,  hotel, or car reservations. __ Oct 5 Open the windows and run the self-cleaning option on your oven (remove the oven racks first!)…or clean it manually if you don’t have a self-cleaning option. __ Oct 6 Order bulbs for spring, especially if you will need to chill them. __ Oct 7 It’s a good time to clean out the attic or garage—not too hot, not too cold. Focus on one small area at a time. __ Oct 8 Check smoke and carbon monoxide detectors. Replace batteries if needed. __ Oct 9 When did you last replace your A/C or furnace filter? __ Oct 10 Inspect your home’s gutters and down spouts. This may be your last chance before it gets cold. While outside, take care of any dead tree limbs. __ Oct 11 If you have not organized your summer vacation photos yet, plan a time to sit down and do it. __ Oct 12 If you get freezes in the fall, be sure to put away your hoses and protect your outside faucets. __ Oct 13 Have you started Christmas shopping? It’s not too early to be thinking about it. __ Oct 14 Are your windows and doors sealed well? Check weather stripping and the threshold seals around doors. __ Oct 15 Hang Christmas lights, before snow and ice arrive. __ Oct 16 Enjoy a new fall recipe…a soup, stew, or chili. Invite some neighbors to enjoy it, and some social time, with you. __ Oct 17 In many areas, it’s time to put lawn furniture away (or cover it) until spring. Also, drain gas from lawnmowers. __ Oct 18 If you will be hosting any big holiday get-togethers, it is not too early to inventory supplies of things like tablecloths, napkins, etc. __ Oct 19 Sweetest Day, celebrated today, was initiated by some confectioners in Cleveland, Ohio in 1922. They began it by passing out candy to “newsboys, orphans, old folks, and the poor:” (according to Wikipedia). Give someone sweet an unexpected sweet treat today. __ Oct 20 Get the fireplace and chimney cleaned. __ Oct 21 Do you have wood for the fireplace this winter? __ Oct 22 Spot-clean carpeting and area rugs. __ Oct 23 If you rake your leaves, recycle them, or mow over for mulch. __ Oct 24 Weed out pantry shelves and freezers. With holidays coming, you may need the space. __ Oct 25 World Pasta Day.  Spaghetti, anyone? Or, try a shape of pasta your family has never eaten before…just for fun. __ Oct 26 Treat yourself to a new pair of warm slippers for cool evenings. Say goodbye to any older slippers that have seen better days. __ Oct 27 Clean out your spice rack and check expiration dates. Replace as needed to be sure you have fresh spices and herbs for meals. __ Oct 28 Change the direction of your ceiling fans, so that they go clockwise. This will help save money on utility bills. There is usually a small button on the base that you can use to change it. Note: remember to turn off the fan first. __ Oct 29 Carve a pumpkin into a jack-o-lantern. Then, make some Halloween cookies shaped like witches or pumpkins. Let your kids or grandkids decorate them. __ Oct 30 Remove cob webs from the outside of your home. Usually, spraying them with a hose works very well. __ Oct 31 Happy Halloween…watch a spooky, or not-so-spooky, movie with your spouse, kids, or a group of friends.
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Monthly Organizing Checklist October, 2019 Ensure your home, family, job, and life are all boo-tifully organized. Start today with our NEW October Organizing Checklist Join our newsletter to be notified when the newest checklist is available. For a PRINTABLE VERSION, click here __ Oct 1 Buy some fall gourds at the farmers market or grocery store and use them to decorate your porch and/or hearth. __ Oct 2 It’s Breast Cancer Awareness month. If it is time for a mammogram, schedule it. __ Oct 3 This is a good time to plant in certain parts of the country. In other parts of the country, mulch and cover plants before winter weather. __ Oct 4 If you will be traveling for Thanksgiving or Christmas, start and complete any plane,  hotel, or car reservations. __ Oct 5 Open the windows and run the self-cleaning option on your oven (remove the oven racks first!)…or clean it manually if you don’t have a self-cleaning option. __ Oct 6 Order bulbs for spring, especially if you will need to chill them. __ Oct 7 It’s a good time to clean out the attic or garage—not too hot, not too cold. Focus on one small area at a time. __ Oct 8 Check smoke and carbon monoxide detectors. Replace batteries if needed. __ Oct 9 When did you last replace your A/C or furnace filter? __ Oct 10 Inspect your home’s gutters and down spouts. This may be your last chance before it gets cold. While outside, take care of any dead tree limbs. __ Oct 11 If you have not organized your summer vacation photos yet, plan a time to sit down and do it. __ Oct 12 If you get freezes in the fall, be sure to put away your hoses and protect your outside faucets. __ Oct 13 Have you started Christmas shopping? It’s not too early to be thinking about it. __ Oct 14 Are your windows and doors sealed well? Check weather stripping and the threshold seals around doors. __ Oct 15 Hang Christmas lights, before snow and ice arrive. __ Oct 16 Enjoy a new fall recipe…a soup, stew, or chili. Invite some neighbors to enjoy it, and some social time, with you. __ Oct 17 In many areas, it’s time to put lawn furniture away (or cover it) until spring. Also, drain gas from lawnmowers. __ Oct 18 If you will be hosting any big holiday get-togethers, it is not too early to inventory supplies of things like tablecloths, napkins, etc. __ Oct 19 Sweetest Day, celebrated today, was initiated by some confectioners in Cleveland, Ohio in 1922. They began it by passing out candy to “newsboys, orphans, old folks, and the poor:” (according to Wikipedia). Give someone sweet an unexpected sweet treat today. __ Oct 20 Get the fireplace and chimney cleaned. __ Oct 21 Do you have wood for the fireplace this winter? __ Oct 22 Spot-clean carpeting and area rugs. __ Oct 23 If you rake your leaves, recycle them, or mow over for mulch. __ Oct 24 Weed out pantry shelves and freezers. With holidays coming, you may need the space. __ Oct 25 World Pasta Day.  Spaghetti, anyone? Or, try a shape of pasta your family has never eaten before…just for fun. __ Oct 26 Treat yourself to a new pair of warm slippers for cool evenings. Say goodbye to any older slippers that have seen better days. __ Oct 27 Clean out your spice rack and check expiration dates. Replace as needed to be sure you have fresh spices and herbs for meals. __ Oct 28 Change the direction of your ceiling fans, so that they go clockwise. This will help save money on utility bills. There is usually a small button on the base that you can use to change it. Note: remember to turn off the fan first. __ Oct 29 Carve a pumpkin into a jack-o- lantern. Then, make some Halloween cookies shaped like witches or pumpkins. Let your kids or grandkids decorate them. __ Oct 30 Remove cob webs from the outside of your home. Usually, spraying them with a hose works very well. __ Oct 31 Happy Halloween…watch a spooky, or not-so-spooky, movie with your spouse, kids, or a group of friends.
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