Monday, November 3, 2014

Goals...For November and Beyond

Oh my gosh!  I can't believe that it is November already.  Where has the time gone?  Just the other day I was pregnant and then had my little boy.  Now he is almost 2 months old and we are almost done with 2014!

I am determined to get some major stuff done before I go back to work - in 4 weeks :(

There are some major projects on the list that might take longer than just the month of November, but for the most part I want all of these items to get done by the time I go back to work in exactly 1 month.

Goals for November:

  1. Frame and Hang Caleb's Painting
  2. Hang Caleb's letters above crib
  3. Hang "Daddy and Me" Iron above crib
  4. Pack away Caleb's newborn clothes - so sad that he no longer fits in these little things
  5. Pack maternity clothes away
  6. Wash all clothes
  7. Organize closet
  8. Organize dresser
  9. Organize office
  10. Put new sheets in guest room
  11. Organize pantry
  12. Get rafters ready for storage
  13. Go through all tubs in the garage
  14. Get both the quad and my car in the garage
  15. Plug in extra freezer in garage
  16. Set up TV and DVD player in front room
  17. Hang barn painting in front room
  18. Hang shelves in living room
  19. Complete 2 canvases for living room
  20. Pack away Halloween decorations
  21. Prun lillies in backyard
  22. Plant succulents around tree in front yard
  23. Pull saplings from front yard
  24. Fill Hank's hole to China in the backyard
  25. Seed and fertilize backyard
  26. Clean fireplace
  27. Dust all 6 ceiling fans
  28. Go through and gather items for donation
  29. DONATE!
  30. Sort cans and bottles - recycling
  31. Order Christmas Cards
  32. Print family pictures
Wish me luck!  The hubs and I will be busy for the next 4 weeks :)

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1 comment:

  1. I always make a weekly list and them I'm overwhelmed when I don't get it all done. Maybe I should try a monthly list instead :) I love the hole to China one haha. Glad we live in an apartment so our dog doesn't have a chance to dig!