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So I am jumping in the game a little late but I have already done some of this stuff. Thanks for the list!

_Done___ Jan 1 A new year—-a fresh start. Be reasonable with New Year resolutions. Strive for better, not perfect. Pick your most desired resolutions, but only 2 or 3. Set specific goals — not 'I want to lose weight,' but 'I want to weigh 5 pounds less by April.' Consider how you will achieve your goals—join a support group, keep a journal. If being more organized is a resolution, what does it mean to you?

Done____ Jan 2 Clean off your desk. Get rid of unnecessary clutter. Your 'active file folders' should be empty, waiting for 2015 paperwork. Pull items needed to do taxes from your 2014 folders and put them in an envelope or file labeled “Taxes 2014.”

_Done___ Jan 3 Today is 'Fruitcake Toss Day.' In honor of this holiday, feel free to get rid of the leftover fruitcake no one ate. While you are at it, get rid of food past its date in your refrigerator and pantry. If you are feeling ambitious, replace the shelf liner in your pantry.

_Done___ Jan 4 If you have put off writing Thank You notes from Christmas, sit down and get them done. If your children need to do the same, have everyone sit down at the table and do them together.

____ Jan 5 If you received or bought new, expensive items for Christmas, photograph them for your home inventory. If you do not have a home inventory, this is a good project to undertake.

____ Jan 6 Walk through the house and make notes on little projects, such as paint trim, grout resealing. Plan a time to do them or schedule to have them done. Make a list of other projects you would like to get done. Cold days are good for indoor organizing tasks. If some days are more free than others, schedule those days for bigger projects.

Done - Jan 7 Put away holiday decorations if you have not done so. Are there some that could or should be discarded? Label boxes of decorations. You will thank yourself next year.

____ Jan 8 Have you ever wanted to take an online class? January is a good time. Many are free, some have a nominal charge. It is possible to find serious subjects, like history, to more fun things, like cake decorating.

N/A____ Jan 9 Put out food for the birds, especially if you live where snow covers their usual sources of food.

____ Jan 10 Go through your cookbooks. Do you really need so many? Recipes and cooking methods change. Does that 20-year-old cookbook still fit with the way you cook now?

_Done___ Jan 11 When weather is cold, plan a special indoor day—have a movie marathon, make popcorn and hot chocolate. If you have things you like to do while the TV is on, like knitting or ironing, you might do those while you watch a movie.

_Done___ Jan 12 Use your slow cooker to make soup or stew and enjoy the aroma as you clean out kitchen cabinet and drawers. By dinner time you will have an organized kitchen and dinner will be ready to serve.

____ Jan 13 Organize computer files. Extra documents pile up here too, just like papers in a file drawer. Spend a few minutes each day getting rid of documents that are no longer useful.

_Done___ Jan 14 It’s 'Dress Up Your Pet Day.' While your pets might not appreciate being dressed up, they probably would enjoy some grooming. Bathe pets or take them to the groomer. Cats tend to not like baths, but if your cat is not as clean as you would like, try a waterless shampoo from the pet store.

____ Jan 15 Check to see that outside faucets are well covered if hard freezes are expected.

____ Jan 16 Go through the apps on your smart phone, tablet or computer. There are probably some you never use. Why let them take up space?

N/A - Jan 17 January is 'National Blood Donor Month.' Blood banks are often in short supply during the winter. Call a local hospital or clinic and see if they have special days or times to accept donations.

_Done___ Jan 18 There are lots of White Sales in January. Check your linens to see if anything needs replacing.

_Done___ Jan 19 Storage containers and other organizing helpers are on sale this month too. While it is tempting to go and load up on them, do some organizing and cleaning out first so you can see what you really and truly need in the way of containers.

_Done___ Jan 20 When did you last clean out vanity drawers and cabinets? If you don’t have time to do them all at once, start small, one drawer a day.

____ Jan 21 Change your furnace filter. Check your water heaters for any signs of leaks.

____ Jan 22 Vacuum your furniture. Remove cushions and use your vacuum’s upholstery attachment. Check for loose change and small toys first. Comforters and bedspreads can benefit from being vacuumed too.

_N/A___ Jan 23 If you haven’t downloaded or printed your Christmas pictures, it’s time to get it done. Keep the ones you love and delete the rest.

Done____ Jan 24 Update your greeting card cache, or start one. Buy birthday cards ahead so you will be ready. It is also good to have some sympathy, get well, and simple blank cards on hand as well.

_Done___ Jan 25 Go outside and build a snowman if you have snow. If not, take a brisk walk and enjoy the cold fresh air.

__done__ Jan 26 Try out a new recipe. You probably have a folder (either real or virtual) full of recipes you clipped. Pick one and try it.

__Done__ Jan 27 Tackle one task you hate. Maybe it is cleaning the hood over the stove. Maybe it is washing baseboards. Perhaps it is cleaning the oven. Do it. Then feel virtuous.

_Done___ Jan 28 Buy some flowers at the grocery store or wholesale club. Many bouquets are just a few dollars and add a bright note of cheer on a grey January day.

____ Jan 29 Launder pillows and throws from around the house, especially if your pets like to sleep on them. How long has it been since you washed the shower curtain or replaced the liner?

____ Jan 30 Laundry rooms frequently become a catch-all room. Remove shoes and other objects that do not belong there.

N/A____ Jan 31 Today is 'Inspire Your Heart with Art Day. Visit a museum or gallery and enjoy the art there. Or spend time creating something yourself.


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Thanks for posting this! Lots of items that I need to tackle on here. Let's see how many I can tackle this month! emoticon

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____ Jan 1 A new year—-a fresh start. Be reasonable with New Year resolutions. Strive for better, not perfect. Pick your most desired resolutions, but only 2 or 3. Set specific goals — not 'I want to lose weight,' but 'I want to weigh 5 pounds less by April.' Consider how you will achieve your goals—join a support group, keep a journal. If being more organized is a resolution, what does it mean to you?

____ Jan 2 Clean off your desk. Get rid of unnecessary clutter. Your 'active file folders' should be empty, waiting for 2015 paperwork. Pull items needed to do taxes from your 2014 folders and put them in an envelope or file labeled “Taxes 2014.”

____ Jan 3 Today is 'Fruitcake Toss Day.' In honor of this holiday, feel free to get rid of the leftover fruitcake no one ate. While you are at it, get rid of food past its date in your refrigerator and pantry. If you are feeling ambitious, replace the shelf liner in your pantry.

____ Jan 4 If you have put off writing Thank You notes from Christmas, sit down and get them done. If your children need to do the same, have everyone sit down at the table and do them together.

____ Jan 5 If you received or bought new, expensive items for Christmas, photograph them for your home inventory. If you do not have a home inventory, this is a good project to undertake.

____ Jan 6 Walk through the house and make notes on little projects, such as paint trim, grout resealing. Plan a time to do them or schedule to have them done. Make a list of other projects you would like to get done. Cold days are good for indoor organizing tasks. If some days are more free than others, schedule those days for bigger projects.

Done - Jan 7 Put away holiday decorations if you have not done so. Are there some that could or should be discarded? Label boxes of decorations. You will thank yourself next year.

____ Jan 8 Have you ever wanted to take an online class? January is a good time. Many are free, some have a nominal charge. It is possible to find serious subjects, like history, to more fun things, like cake decorating.

____ Jan 9 Put out food for the birds, especially if you live where snow covers their usual sources of food.

____ Jan 10 Go through your cookbooks. Do you really need so many? Recipes and cooking methods change. Does that 20-year-old cookbook still fit with the way you cook now?

____ Jan 11 When weather is cold, plan a special indoor day—have a movie marathon, make popcorn and hot chocolate. If you have things you like to do while the TV is on, like knitting or ironing, you might do those while you watch a movie.

____ Jan 12 Use your slow cooker to make soup or stew and enjoy the aroma as you clean out kitchen cabinet and drawers. By dinner time you will have an organized kitchen and dinner will be ready to serve.

____ Jan 13 Organize computer files. Extra documents pile up here too, just like papers in a file drawer. Spend a few minutes each day getting rid of documents that are no longer useful.

____ Jan 14 It’s 'Dress Up Your Pet Day.' While your pets might not appreciate being dressed up, they probably would enjoy some grooming. Bathe pets or take them to the groomer. Cats tend to not like baths, but if your cat is not as clean as you would like, try a waterless shampoo from the pet store.

____ Jan 15 Check to see that outside faucets are well covered if hard freezes are expected.

____ Jan 16 Go through the apps on your smart phone, tablet or computer. There are probably some you never use. Why let them take up space?

N/A - Jan 17 January is 'National Blood Donor Month.' Blood banks are often in short supply during the winter. Call a local hospital or clinic and see if they have special days or times to accept donations.

____ Jan 18 There are lots of White Sales in January. Check your linens to see if anything needs replacing.

____ Jan 19 Storage containers and other organizing helpers are on sale this month too. While it is tempting to go and load up on them, do some organizing and cleaning out first so you can see what you really and truly need in the way of containers.

____ Jan 20 When did you last clean out vanity drawers and cabinets? If you don’t have time to do them all at once, start small, one drawer a day.

____ Jan 21 Change your furnace filter. Check your water heaters for any signs of leaks.

____ Jan 22 Vacuum your furniture. Remove cushions and use your vacuum’s upholstery attachment. Check for loose change and small toys first. Comforters and bedspreads can benefit from being vacuumed too.

____ Jan 23 If you haven’t downloaded or printed your Christmas pictures, it’s time to get it done. Keep the ones you love and delete the rest.

____ Jan 24 Update your greeting card cache, or start one. Buy birthday cards ahead so you will be ready. It is also good to have some sympathy, get well, and simple blank cards on hand as well.

____ Jan 25 Go outside and build a snowman if you have snow. If not, take a brisk walk and enjoy the cold fresh air.

____ Jan 26 Try out a new recipe. You probably have a folder (either real or virtual) full of recipes you clipped. Pick one and try it.

____ Jan 27 Tackle one task you hate. Maybe it is cleaning the hood over the stove. Maybe it is washing baseboards. Perhaps it is cleaning the oven. Do it. Then feel virtuous.

____ Jan 28 Buy some flowers at the grocery store or wholesale club. Many bouquets are just a few dollars and add a bright note of cheer on a grey January day.

____ Jan 29 Launder pillows and throws from around the house, especially if your pets like to sleep on them. How long has it been since you washed the shower curtain or replaced the liner?

____ Jan 30 Laundry rooms frequently become a catch-all room. Remove shoes and other objects that do not belong there.

____ Jan 31 Today is 'Inspire Your Heart with Art Day. Visit a museum or gallery and enjoy the art there. Or spend time creating something yourself.

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by Maria Gracia - Get Organized Now! http://www.getorganizednow.com
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EDITORS AND PUBLISHERS ARE FREE TO REPRINT THIS ARTICLE IN ITS ENTIRETY AS LONG AS THE BYLINE REMAINS INTACT.

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I already have one goal I'm working towards. I want to be 10 pounds slimmer by my birthday February 13th.

A day at a time and I will reach my goal. I am not perfect but I will forgive myself for the mistakes I make. Life is full of choices and sometimes we don't always make the best ones but that's what makes us human.


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Things on this list either already completed or not applicable:

done_ Jan 1 A new year—-a fresh start. Be reasonable with New Year resolutions. Strive for better, not perfect. Pick your most desired resolutions, but only 2 or 3. Set specific goals — not 'I want to lose weight,' but 'I want to weigh 5 pounds less by April.' Consider how you will achieve your goals—join a support group, keep a journal. If being more organized is a resolution, what does it mean to you?

____ Jan 2 Clean off your desk. Get rid of unnecessary clutter. Your 'active file folders' should be empty, waiting for 2015 paperwork. Pull items needed to do taxes from your 2014 folders and put them in an envelope or file labeled “Taxes 2014.”

____ Jan 3 Today is 'Fruitcake Toss Day.' In honor of this holiday, feel free to get rid of the leftover fruitcake no one ate. While you are at it, get rid of food past its date in your refrigerator and pantry. If you are feeling ambitious, replace the shelf liner in your pantry.

done_ Jan 4 If you have put off writing Thank You notes from Christmas, sit down and get them done. If your children need to do the same, have everyone sit down at the table and do them together.

____ Jan 5 If you received or bought new, expensive items for Christmas, photograph them for your home inventory. If you do not have a home inventory, this is a good project to undertake.

____ Jan 6 Walk through the house and make notes on little projects, such as paint trim, grout resealing. Plan a time to do them or schedule to have them done. Make a list of other projects you would like to get done. Cold days are good for indoor organizing tasks. If some days are more free than others, schedule those days for bigger projects.

done_ Jan 7 Put away holiday decorations if you have not done so. Are there some that could or should be discarded? Label boxes of decorations. You will thank yourself next year.

N/A_ Jan 8 Have you ever wanted to take an online class? January is a good time. Many are free, some have a nominal charge. It is possible to find serious subjects, like history, to more fun things, like cake decorating.

done_ Jan 9 Put out food for the birds, especially if you live where snow covers their usual sources of food.

done_ Jan 10 Go through your cookbooks. Do you really need so many? Recipes and cooking methods change. Does that 20-year-old cookbook still fit with the way you cook now?

____ Jan 11 When weather is cold, plan a special indoor day—have a movie marathon, make popcorn and hot chocolate. If you have things you like to do while the TV is on, like knitting or ironing, you might do those while you watch a movie.

____ Jan 12 Use your slow cooker to make soup or stew and enjoy the aroma as you clean out kitchen cabinet and drawers. By dinner time you will have an organized kitchen and dinner will be ready to serve.

____ Jan 13 Organize computer files. Extra documents pile up here too, just like papers in a file drawer. Spend a few minutes each day getting rid of documents that are no longer useful.

____ Jan 14 It’s 'Dress Up Your Pet Day.' While your pets might not appreciate being dressed up, they probably would enjoy some grooming. Bathe pets or take them to the groomer. Cats tend to not like baths, but if your cat is not as clean as you would like, try a waterless shampoo from the pet store.

done_ Jan 15 Check to see that outside faucets are well covered if hard freezes are expected.

done_ Jan 16 Go through the apps on your smart phone, tablet or computer. There are probably some you never use. Why let them take up space?

____ Jan 17 January is 'National Blood Donor Month.' Blood banks are often in short supply during the winter. Call a local hospital or clinic and see if they have special days or times to accept donations.

____ Jan 18 There are lots of White Sales in January. Check your linens to see if anything needs replacing.

____ Jan 19 Storage containers and other organizing helpers are on sale this month too. While it is tempting to go and load up on them, do some organizing and cleaning out first so you can see what you really and truly need in the way of containers.

____ Jan 20 When did you last clean out vanity drawers and cabinets? If you don’t have time to do them all at once, start small, one drawer a day.

N/A_ Jan 21 Change your furnace filter. Check your water heaters for any signs of leaks. (we heat with a wood stove, chimney cleaned and we keep it maintained)

____ Jan 22 Vacuum your furniture. Remove cushions and use your vacuum’s upholstery attachment. Check for loose change and small toys first. Comforters and bedspreads can benefit from being vacuumed too.

N/A_ Jan 23 If you haven’t downloaded or printed your Christmas pictures, it’s time to get it done. Keep the ones you love and delete the rest.

N/A_ Jan 24 Update your greeting card cache, or start one. Buy birthday cards ahead so you will be ready. It is also good to have some sympathy, get well, and simple blank cards on hand as well.

____ Jan 25 Go outside and build a snowman if you have snow. If not, take a brisk walk and enjoy the cold fresh air.

____ Jan 26 Try out a new recipe. You probably have a folder (either real or virtual) full of recipes you clipped. Pick one and try it.

____ Jan 27 Tackle one task you hate. Maybe it is cleaning the hood over the stove. Maybe it is washing baseboards. Perhaps it is cleaning the oven. Do it. Then feel virtuous.

____ Jan 28 Buy some flowers at the grocery store or wholesale club. Many bouquets are just a few dollars and add a bright note of cheer on a grey January day.

____ Jan 29 Launder pillows and throws from around the house, especially if your pets like to sleep on them. How long has it been since you washed the shower curtain or replaced the liner?

done_ Jan 30 Laundry rooms frequently become a catch-all room. Remove shoes and other objects that do not belong there.

____ Jan 31 Today is 'Inspire Your Heart with Art Day. Visit a museum or gallery and enjoy the art there. Or spend time creating something yourself.

Not by might, nor by power, but by My Spirit says the Lord of hosts. Zechariah 4:6 NKJV

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Wow. What a list!

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Thank you so much for this list. It's going to be very handy!
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emoticon for sharing, this will be a great help!

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I remember that last January, thanks to a post of yours I wrote down in my agenda who sent me christmas cards, at a day in the beginning of december this year; it made it much easier to determine whom to send cards to this time.

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by Maria Gracia http://www.getorganizednow.com

____ Jan 1 A new year—-a fresh start. Be reasonable with New Year resolutions. Strive for better, not perfect. Pick your most desired resolutions, but only 2 or 3. Set specific goals — not 'I want to lose weight,' but 'I want to weigh 5 pounds less by April.' Consider how you will achieve your goals—join a support group, keep a journal. If being more organized is a resolution, what does it mean to you?

____ Jan 2 Clean off your desk. Get rid of unnecessary clutter. Your 'active file folders' should be empty, waiting for 2015 paperwork. Pull items needed to do taxes from your 2014 folders and put them in an envelope or file labeled “Taxes 2014.”

____ Jan 3 Today is 'Fruitcake Toss Day.' In honor of this holiday, feel free to get rid of the leftover fruitcake no one ate. While you are at it, get rid of food past its date in your refrigerator and pantry. If you are feeling ambitious, replace the shelf liner in your pantry.

____ Jan 4 If you have put off writing Thank You notes from Christmas, sit down and get them done. If your children need to do the same, have everyone sit down at the table and do them together.

____ Jan 5 If you received or bought new, expensive items for Christmas, photograph them for your home inventory. If you do not have a home inventory, this is a good project to undertake.

____ Jan 6 Walk through the house and make notes on little projects, such as paint trim, grout resealing. Plan a time to do them or schedule to have them done. Make a list of other projects you would like to get done. Cold days are good for indoor organizing tasks. If some days are more free than others, schedule those days for bigger projects.

____ Jan 7 Put away holiday decorations if you have not done so. Are there some that could or should be discarded? Label boxes of decorations. You will thank yourself next year.

____ Jan 8 Have you ever wanted to take an online class? January is a good time. Many are free, some have a nominal charge. It is possible to find serious subjects, like history, to more fun things, like cake decorating.

____ Jan 9 Put out food for the birds, especially if you live where snow covers their usual sources of food.

____ Jan 10 Go through your cookbooks. Do you really need so many? Recipes and cooking methods change. Does that 20-year-old cookbook still fit with the way you cook now?

____ Jan 11 When weather is cold, plan a special indoor day—have a movie marathon, make popcorn and hot chocolate. If you have things you like to do while the TV is on, like knitting or ironing, you might do those while you watch a movie.

____ Jan 12 Use your slow cooker to make soup or stew and enjoy the aroma as you clean out kitchen cabinet and drawers. By dinner time you will have an organized kitchen and dinner will be ready to serve.

____ Jan 13 Organize computer files. Extra documents pile up here too, just like papers in a file drawer. Spend a few minutes each day getting rid of documents that are no longer useful.

____ Jan 14 It’s 'Dress Up Your Pet Day.' While your pets might not appreciate being dressed up, they probably would enjoy some grooming. Bathe pets or take them to the groomer. Cats tend to not like baths, but if your cat is not as clean as you would like, try a waterless shampoo from the pet store.

____ Jan 15 Check to see that outside faucets are well covered if hard freezes are expected.

____ Jan 16 Go through the apps on your smart phone, tablet or computer. There are probably some you never use. Why let them take up space?

____ Jan 17 January is 'National Blood Donor Month.' Blood banks are often in short supply during the winter. Call a local hospital or clinic and see if they have special days or times to accept donations.

____ Jan 18 There are lots of White Sales in January. Check your linens to see if anything needs replacing.

____ Jan 19 Storage containers and other organizing helpers are on sale this month too. While it is tempting to go and load up on them, do some organizing and cleaning out first so you can see what you really and truly need in the way of containers.

____ Jan 20 When did you last clean out vanity drawers and cabinets? If you don’t have time to do them all at once, start small, one drawer a day.

____ Jan 21 Change your furnace filter. Check your water heaters for any signs of leaks.

____ Jan 22 Vacuum your furniture. Remove cushions and use your vacuum’s upholstery attachment. Check for loose change and small toys first. Comforters and bedspreads can benefit from being vacuumed too.

____ Jan 23 If you haven’t downloaded or printed your Christmas pictures, it’s time to get it done. Keep the ones you love and delete the rest.

____ Jan 24 Update your greeting card cache, or start one. Buy birthday cards ahead so you will be ready. It is also good to have some sympathy, get well, and simple blank cards on hand as well.

____ Jan 25 Go outside and build a snowman if you have snow. If not, take a brisk walk and enjoy the cold fresh air.

____ Jan 26 Try out a new recipe. You probably have a folder (either real or virtual) full of recipes you clipped. Pick one and try it.

____ Jan 27 Tackle one task you hate. Maybe it is cleaning the hood over the stove. Maybe it is washing baseboards. Perhaps it is cleaning the oven. Do it. Then feel virtuous.

____ Jan 28 Buy some flowers at the grocery store or wholesale club. Many bouquets are just a few dollars and add a bright note of cheer on a grey January day.

____ Jan 29 Launder pillows and throws from around the house, especially if your pets like to sleep on them. How long has it been since you washed the shower curtain or replaced the liner?

____ Jan 30 Laundry rooms frequently become a catch-all room. Remove shoes and other objects that do not belong there.

____ Jan 31 Today is 'Inspire Your Heart with Art Day. Visit a museum or gallery and enjoy the art there. Or spend time creating something yourself.

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
by Maria Gracia - Get Organized Now! http://www.getorganizednow.com
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EDITORS AND PUBLISHERS ARE FREE TO REPRINT THIS ARTICLE IN ITS ENTIRETY AS LONG AS THE BYLINE REMAINS INTACT.

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