There’s nothing like looking at the calendar and realizing there’s less than 60 days left in the year. Whew! I just don’t feel productive. But I’ve got to get in gear and so do you! Ending strong can help us establish better practices for the beginning of the school year. So let’s jump into my end of the year to-do list and how I plan to get it done, then share what’s worked for you.
Sell A.J.’s Junk
I fear that my hoarding tendencies have passed on to our son. He’s got more trucks and cars and crap than he can play with in this lifetime.
Task: List it on local Facebook groups to sell and donate the rest.
Count All My Debt & Finish a Dave Ramsey Book
These student loans aren’t going anywhere soon at this rate.
Task: Narrow down my favorite debt repayment app. I’ve already got a Dave Ramsey book from the library.
Finish the 2016 Holiday Gift Guide
Can you believe I started getting press releases and pitches from brands in the summer looking for holiday gift guide features? I’m on it!
Task: Reply to emails. Start creating some fun videos for the Mommy Talk Show YouTube channel.
Send New Years Cards
Write in my journal
Last November I vowed to journal daily. That didn’t happen. But I’d at least like to take some time on Sunday and reflect on the past week.
Celebrate my BookAVersary
Back in 2012, I wrote an e-book, Use What You Know: A Business Idea Guide for Moms. I can’t believe how fast those four years flew by.
Task: Follow-up with the mompreneurs featured in the guide for moms and tell you what’s happened to them since the book was published. For example, Emma Sudduth created a staffing agency with her business partner.
[Tweet “Stay tuned #WAHM #SAHM for my #bookaversary in November”]
Hang Family Photos
I’ve been terrible about this because we rent our home. I haven’t hung any family photos or our degrees on the walls.
Task: Buy command hooks and hanging items that are less likely to create wholes in the walls.
How will you get your
end of the year to-do list done?