To do list January 6th 2019

Discussion in 'Weekly Wonders' started by sweetpumkinpye, Jan 5, 2019.

  1. sweetpumkinpye

    sweetpumkinpye Well-Known Member

    It is the first full week of 2019 and it is back to normal for most of us. Here is my to do list.

    *make work lunches for Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, (X)
    *clean medicine cupboard and check prescriptions, (X)
    *fold washing,(X)
    *tidy plastics cupboard, (X)
    *planning day on Thursday at Mum's, (X)
    *be aware of water intake,(X )
    *pack for DrillDance training for Wednesday,(X)
    *shave legs, (X) wash hair (X)
    *make appointment for mammogram (X)
    *keep on top of daily routine. (X)

    First week.....done.
     
    Last edited: Jan 12, 2019
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  2. Holiday_Mom

    Holiday_Mom Well-Known Member

    I like this idea. I got in such a good grove with HHP and I'd hate to lose the momentum.

    Household
    • Plan Menu
    • Shop for Groceries - Done
    • Clean Bathrooms, Vacuum, Dust - Done
    • 15 mins. of daily decluttering in basement
    • Finish putting away Christmas decor/Replace with winter. Done
    • Take tree out to curb. Done
    • Cleaning Grand Plan - Entryway: Wipe down stairwell; Windex window Done
    • FlyLady - Kitchen Missions: wipe down cabinets, sweep floor, wipe down stove and counters - Done

    Other Prep
    • Lesson Plan
    • Biography 2 (Each week I’m planning to write a short paragraph or two on my ancestors)
    • Exercise (5 days)
    • Vitamins (5 days)
    • Drink plenty of water daily.
    • Prep for retreat: Buy water, cups, napkins, Kleenex. Anything else? Done
    • Catch up on reading for Austen Book Club
     
    Last edited: Jan 8, 2019
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  3. cmerth

    cmerth Well-Known Member

    I am decluttering my living room this week... every chance I get.

    I am going to knit and embroidery in my spare/ rest time.

    Oh... holiday mom... what a good idea to make a point of drinking enough water.
     
  4. luludou

    luludou Well-Known Member

    I have plans but still feeling sick so, it'll be what it'll be:
    • Wash oven
    • Sew buttons on dh's new shirt (yep it was on sale, 4 buttons were missing) - DONE
    • Crochet 6 dishcloths
    • Declutter
    • Check insurance
    • check list on freezer to see if it represents what is left in there after the holidays
    • rewash my bedding again (germs)
    • Air out house (not today -25C outside)
    • print out 2019 spring cleaning list (dh just told me bathroom remodel wil NOT be finishded in february more like april-may :( )
    • Update Christmas notebook (might take the CIJ blogposts out of there, takes alot of space.. I print it out in case my blog stops working)
    • Print out 'gift list throughout the year'
    • would like to make an egg pie
    • Menu plan
    • Monday - doctor's appointment
    • Tuesday - acupuncture... not sure if I'll cancel it. I should go but I am tired
    • Schedule new programs starting tonight on tv
    • Send ebooks to niece
     
  5. sweetpumkinpye

    sweetpumkinpye Well-Known Member

    Lucie, glad to see you are feeling a little better. That is some list.
     
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  6. Holiday_Mom

    Holiday_Mom Well-Known Member

    I hope everyone feels better soon! Little by little, right?

    I knocked a lot off my list these last few days. What a difference using the Christmas Prep time for cleaning and decluttering. :D
     
  7. sweetpumkinpye

    sweetpumkinpye Well-Known Member

    This year I am trying to get into a daily routine. I am good at organising things but the small things fall through the cracks.
    This years "me" routine will be along the lines of,
    Sunday, pack work lunches, do all the folding.
    After Dinner, pack dish washer, tidy kitchen, do some craft.
    Before bed, make up off, shower, moisturise face, brush and floss.
    Bedtime, read, apply hand cream, sleep by 10pm.
    Morning, make/pull up bed.

    I think that if I start looking after the little things, the big things won't be so hard.
     
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  8. luludou

    luludou Well-Known Member

    I agree Katrina, I too have to adapt my routine to include the small things that make the difference.
     
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  9. Holiday_Mom

    Holiday_Mom Well-Known Member

    Yes, you ladies are so right. I've seen that I am quick to nurture others over myself. But it is the little things that are so important and that can make a difference. If we write them down, then they area more likely to be done since it is a visual reminder.
     
  10. sweetpumkinpye

    sweetpumkinpye Well-Known Member

    Mary, I am off to a good start but know by past years that eventually the enthusiasm will drop off. I am hoping that if I keep writing a schedule here and that others join in we may be able to keep it up for a bit longer and it becomes part of our routine.
     
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  11. Holiday_Mom

    Holiday_Mom Well-Known Member

    I like this idea so much. I know that I'm more productive from Sept. - Dec. because of the cleaning plans matching up with Christmas prep. Come January, it's been hard to stay motivated but this year, I think because I have bigger things from my Spruce Up list, I'm more motivated.

    With all that said, though, it is easy to fall away from things after getting sick, etc. I like knowing that I have to check in. It is keeping me accountable to getting things done and not putting off things continually.
     
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