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Thanks for sharing, I am already working on the first one, I am not through yet!

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____ Celebrate moms. Do something in appreciation of your mom, and/or other moms in your life who mean the world to you.

____ Try this Clean-up Game. Using your cell phone, take a before and after picture of a room you've just cleaned. Notice the difference your efforts have made in making this room more tidy and comfortable. If you have children, share the picture with them and discuss the differences between the messy and now clean room. This is also a great opportunity to highlight your cleaning expectations to your family. Share it on Facebook. Everyone deserves bragging rights now and then!

____ Clothing clean-up. Pull-out FIVE pieces of clothing you haven't worn in the last 6 months and get rid of them. That's not meant to sound harsh, but if you haven't worn it by now, chances are you won't wear it again. No sense in it taking up closet or drawer space.
from email newsletter: Get Organized Now! NEWSLETTER, By Maria Gracia May 9, 2015

Week Beginning May 9th
1) Start sorting loose family photos Gather all your family photos and place them on a table thatís not generally in use. Each day this week, for 10 minutes a day, begin sorting them into categories. In doing so, one of these days you just may be able to get them into a photo box or album!

2) Make a date with each son and daughter Rather than doing everything with everyone all the time, choose one of your sons or daughters and have some true quality time together. Perhaps work on a project together and then enjoy lunch out, or exercise together and then go for a get the idea. That one-on-one time will be remembered by you both forever.

3) What has your kid been asking you to do Sometimes when our kids ask us to do things for them, weíre so busy and we put these things off. Make a list of these random requests, and try to get one or two done this week.

4) Give the kids away Well, donít give the kids away forever, but maybe just for an hour or two to a relative or friend. This way, you can catch up on whatever it is you canít get done while the kids are around...or you can simply use it to catch a few winks. Return the favor next week.

5) Write a letter to each of your kids When your childís birthday or graduation rolls around, do you sometimes wish you had written a heartfelt letter to him or her as a keepsake? This week, begin crafting a heartfelt note to one of your kids. Youíll be able to get it done a little at a time, and when the next occasion rolls around, you can just tuck it in the card

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

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