Watching The Old Year Die – Part 3

To Do List at the end of the year

Empty the laundry hamper. Catch up, get it done.
Deal with procrastination piles. Finish or get rid of what you know you’ll never finish.
Clean the house, a very important year is arriving. De-clutter, Recycle.
For every new gift you put away, give one item to the thrift shop. Freely receive, freely give.
Buy new toothbrushes for everyone.  Start fresh.
Throw out all unidentified objects in the back of the fridge. Wipe it clean.
Pay all the bills with grateful heart. Start the new year owing no one.
Get out the crock pot and fondue pot.
Be thankful for those who want to spend ends and beginnings with you.

©2016 Sharron R. McMillan

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2 Responses to Watching The Old Year Die – Part 3

  1. hernibs says:

    Hah. It’s so easy to write a list. I only did some of mine but I did do some. 😉


  2. Heather says:

    Sounds so ambitious! Great intentions. I got everything done on my (much less ambitious) list except the gym had closed early so I got off – lucky me! Next year I would really like to try to welcome the New Year with a clean house and very little clutter – not this year though. Happy New Year to all at your fondue party.



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