Task #64: What would you do in an emergency such as a power cut? Do you have a torch, candles etc… To hand? Create a box for an emergency kit right now – you’ll thank yourself for it when the next power cut happens!.
Task #63: Create a snack drawer/box/cupboard somewhere in your kitchen or where its accessible to you and the family.
Task #62: Go through your medicine cabinet and check you have all supplies that your family may need.
Task #61: It cleans your clothes every day – so sometimes its worth giving it a clean too! The task for today is simply to clean your washing machine.
Having just had the Easter holidays, I was on a mission to get lots of the little jobs done around the house that had built up over the weeks prior to the holidays – knowing that I would have a little more time. Theres something about getting a long list ticked off thats very pleasing […]
Task #60: Add some dates into your diary for your social life – make this a priority rather than a “Nice to have”.
Task #59: Look at the photos you have around the house – are any in need of updating? Its nice to have a change! – Make a note of what you want to change them for, or add into them, and order prints.
Task #58: Sort the coat hangers in your wardrobe – you’d be amazed at the difference coat hangers makes on the space – not only for looking after clothes but for how much space is available if you pick the right ones.
Task #57: Set up a recipe file for your home
Task #56: Go through your inbox – email can be very draining – so spend a little time ensuring that everything in your inbox is something that needs your attention TO DO – file away emails you need to keep and DELETE THE REST
3 months in now – week 12 and I hope you’re still going strong. This week I have been looking at taking stock in my own home. Taking a look at the overview in our lives and homes every so often is so important.