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Wednesday, March 2, 2011

To Do Lists

Do you make To Do Lists?  I find myself making more & more of them lately.  I just discovered the Tasks option on Gmail & it is quite satisfying to check off.  I can even email it to myself...how cool is that?  It's the little things that keep me happy :)  Here's what my current task list looks like (in no particular order):
  • Organize Craft Room
  • Reprint & re-organize recipe binder
  • Purchase sheet protectors for recipe binder
  • Clean guest room (dust, purge, change the sheets, change the comforter)
  • Clean our bedroom (dust, purge, change the sheets)
  • Get the cobwebs out of Kendall's room
  • Clean the upstairs bathroom
  • Clean the downstairs bathroom
  • Clean out the downstairs closet
  • Clean out the coat closet
  • Paint the living room (trying a gray)
  • Clean out the kitchen cabinets & purge
  • Purge the spice cabinet
  • Order Snow photos from sledding
  • Pack for Saturday's Crop
  • Talk to my dad about the bathroom tile downstairs
  • Menu Plan & make a grocery list
  • Post more sledding photos on blog
  • Figure out a reasonable workout schedule for when I start my new job & a schedule of daily chores
  • wash mini
  • wash kendalls truck
  • vacume the pathfinder
  • clean garage
  • year in review page for krista
  • Purchase 12x12 & 6x12 sheet protectors
  • Finish photo sorting project
  • Pack for San Antonio
  • Purge my closet & dresser
  • Buy new underware
  • Excercise every day
I have a lot of things I'd like to accomplish before I start my new job.  I've been putting things off for years because I was working so much.  I'm trying to cram as much into the next two weeks as I possibly can.  That includes reading again (I stayed up til 2:30 am the other night to read an entire smut book...it was pretty good, too!).  Hanging with my family.  Doing the chores that I want done.  Being present.   And drinking a little wine...off to buy a bottle (and a dish drainer) now.

1 comment:

  1. Great list! Get it all down on paper. Add unfinished tasks to your dayplanner or calendar. Looks like you've got a great start!

    Jen

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