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by Maria Gracia My NEW September 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 __ Sep 1 Get your calendar up to date. Grab the calendar and jot in all of your important appointments and social gatherings for the month. Is it too full? Perhaps remove or reschedule an item. Is it fairly empty? Maybe add in a project you’ve been meaning to start or a coffee date with a friend. __ Sep 2 Change the sheets. Change all the bed linens in one room. Open the windows and air that room out. __ Sep 3 Get control of bathroom clutter and chaos. Organize a section of your bathroom toiletries, disposing and/or refilling empty bottles. __ Sep 4 Sort through some clothes. Choose one section of your wardrobe and sort through the clothes, recycling and donating as you go. Do you have the attire you need for fall? Add any items to a clothes shopping list. __ Sep 5 Happy Labor Day. Labor Day pays tribute to the contributions and achievements of American workers. Check out some Labor Day sales on items you need to replace or restock. Don’t dismiss local businesses…they may have exactly what you need, and you’ll be supporting your community. __ Sep 6 Declutter your kitchen countertops. Add to a donation box or your rummage sale box, or throw out as you go. __ Sep 7 Book yourself a beauty appointment. Whether it be hair, nails or a much-needed massage, get that appointment on the calendar. If you prefer to not go anywhere, treat yourself at home with a luxurious bath or home manicure. __ Sep 8 Catch up with your mail. Sort through all your mail that has been building up. Recycle anything you don’t need. __ Sep 9 Pay some attention to your driveway. Hose it down, giving it a good clean. Clean up any oil spots. __ Sep 10 Bring some order back to your shoe collection. Organize your shoes on a shoe rack, perhaps by color, type of shoe, or both. __ Sep 11 Patriot Day. Do something in memory of those who lost their lives in the devastating terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001. Always remember. Never forget. Grandparents Day. Honor your grandparents today. Learn something about your family history. Perhaps start a genealogy project. __ Sep 12 Launder used towels. Replace all your used towels in the house with fresh ones. Then put the others in the wash. __ Sep 13 Be sure everyone in your home can clearly see how beautiful they are. Clean all mirrors in the house. __ Sep 14 Add some greenery. Add some new plants or bushes to jazz up your garden or any outdoor area that you have. If you live in an apartment, consider a windowsill garden. __ Sep 15 Do some photo organizing. Get loose photos in photo boxes or albums. If you scrapbook, create at least one layout this month. __ Sep 16 De-stress with a hobby. Invest at least an hour enjoying your favorite one. __ Sep 17 Sort through kid’s toys. Help them filter out any that they don’t use anymore. Donate this surplus to a local charity. __ Sep 18 Get out and about. Visit a local place of interest, by yourself or with your family. __ Sep 19 Pair socks. Organize your sock drawer. Fold or ball pairs together. Say goodbye to those that have lost their mate. __ Sep 20 Launder curtains. Choose a room, take down the curtains, and wash them. If you have blinds, rather than curtains, dust and wipe them clean, slat by slat. __ Sep 21 Declutter one section. Pick a section of a room in your home and declutter it as much as you can. __ Sep 22 Celebrate the first day of autumn. Most areas have outdoor activities organized by local community members. Find out what’s happening. Join in the fun to celebrate the first day of fall. __ Sep 23 Weed out a cupboard or drawer. Pick one cluttered cupboard or drawer in your house and organize it. __ Sep 24 Make a local bucket list. Make a list of must-see places to visit in your area. __ Sep 25 Rosh Hashanah. Beginning at sundown, the Jewish festival of Rosh Hashanah celebrates the beginning of a new year on the Jewish calendar and is considered the most holy time of the year. The theme of Rosh Hashanah is repentance. Whether you are Jewish or not, this is the perfect day to forgive someone. __ Sep 26 Cook something new. Pick a new recipe, go and buy whatever ingredients you need, and cook for your family or friends. __ Sep 27 Free up phone memory. Peruse your phone for any apps or files you no longer need and delete them. __ Sep 28 Take time to file. Spend some time organizing your home filing system, putting all of your paperwork in order. My Oh-So- Organized Filing System can help you get all of your paper organized and filed. __ Sep 29 Get spicy. Get rid of spices you never use. Replenish spices you do use that are almost empty.  __ Sep 30 Clean your coffee maker. Then make yourself a well-deserved cup of coffee and enjoy it. Back to Monthly Organizing Checklists Index
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by Maria Gracia My NEW September 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 __ Sep 1 Get your calendar up to date. Grab the calendar and jot in all of your important appointments and social gatherings for the month. Is it too full? Perhaps remove or reschedule an item. Is it fairly empty? Maybe add in a project you’ve been meaning to start or a coffee date with a friend. __ Sep 2 Change the sheets. Change all the bed linens in one room. Open the windows and air that room out. __ Sep 3 Get control of bathroom clutter and chaos. Organize a section of your bathroom toiletries, disposing and/or refilling empty bottles. __ Sep 4 Sort through some clothes. Choose one section of your wardrobe and sort through the clothes, recycling and donating as you go. Do you have the attire you need for fall? Add any items to a clothes shopping list. __ Sep 5 Happy Labor Day. Labor Day pays tribute to the contributions and achievements of American workers. Check out some Labor Day sales on items you need to replace or restock. Don’t dismiss local businesses…they may have exactly what you need, and you’ll be supporting your community. __ Sep 6 Declutter your kitchen countertops. Add to a donation box or your rummage sale box, or throw out as you go. __ Sep 7 Book yourself a beauty appointment. Whether it be hair, nails or a much-needed massage, get that appointment on the calendar. If you prefer to not go anywhere, treat yourself at home with a luxurious bath or home manicure. __ Sep 8 Catch up with your mail. Sort through all your mail that has been building up. Recycle anything you don’t need. __ Sep 9 Pay some attention to your driveway. Hose it down, giving it a good clean. Clean up any oil spots. __ Sep 10 Bring some order back to your shoe collection. Organize your shoes on a shoe rack, perhaps by color, type of shoe, or both. __ Sep 11 Patriot Day. Do something in memory of those who lost their lives in the devastating terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001. Always remember. Never forget. Grandparents Day. Honor your grandparents today. Learn something about your family history. Perhaps start a genealogy project. __ Sep 12 Launder used towels. Replace all your used towels in the house with fresh ones. Then put the others in the wash. __ Sep 13 Be sure everyone in your home can clearly see how beautiful they are. Clean all mirrors in the house. __ Sep 14 Add some greenery. Add some new plants or bushes to jazz up your garden or any outdoor area that you have. If you live in an apartment, consider a windowsill garden. __ Sep 15 Do some photo organizing. Get loose photos in photo boxes or albums. If you scrapbook, create at least one layout this month. __ Sep 16 De-stress with a hobby. Invest at least an hour enjoying your favorite one. __ Sep 17 Sort through kid’s toys. Help them filter out any that they don’t use anymore. Donate this surplus to a local charity. __ Sep 18 Get out and about. Visit a local place of interest, by yourself or with your family. __ Sep 19 Pair socks. Organize your sock drawer. Fold or ball pairs together. Say goodbye to those that have lost their mate. __ Sep 20 Launder curtains. Choose a room, take down the curtains, and wash them. If you have blinds, rather than curtains, dust and wipe them clean, slat by slat. __ Sep 21 Declutter one section. Pick a section of a room in your home and declutter it as much as you can. __ Sep 22 Celebrate the first day of autumn. Most areas have outdoor activities organized by local community members. Find out what’s happening. Join in the fun to celebrate the first day of fall. __ Sep 23 Weed out a cupboard or drawer. Pick one cluttered cupboard or drawer in your house and organize it. __ Sep 24 Make a local bucket list. Make a list of must-see places to visit in your area. __ Sep 25 Rosh Hashanah. Beginning at sundown, the Jewish festival of Rosh Hashanah celebrates the beginning of a new year on the Jewish calendar and is considered the most holy time of the year. The theme of Rosh Hashanah is repentance. Whether you are Jewish or not, this is the perfect day to forgive someone. __ Sep 26 Cook something new. Pick a new recipe, go and buy whatever ingredients you need, and cook for your family or friends. __ Sep 27 Free up phone memory. Peruse your phone for any apps or files you no longer need and delete them. __ Sep 28 Take time to file. Spend some time organizing your home filing system, putting all of your paperwork in order. My Oh-So- Organized Filing System can help you get all of your paper organized and filed. __ Sep 29 Get spicy. Get rid of spices you never use. Replenish spices you do use that are almost empty.  __ Sep 30 Clean your coffee maker. Then make yourself a well-deserved cup of coffee and enjoy it. Back to Monthly Organizing Checklists Index
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