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Here is a helpful Checklist to give you tips and advice throughout the month.
July 1 Today is Canada Day! It’s a great excuse to make a simple Maple syrup sundae for dessert this evening. All you need is 2 scoops of vanilla ice-cream, topped with slivered almonds and maple syrup.
National Ice-cream day! Plan a family trip to your local gelato store and enjoy a scoop of your favorite flavor.
Dust or wipe clean the window sills in your office today.
Hurricane season is here. Practice your family evacuation plan today. Restock your emergency kit. Here is a link to LifeOrganizers Emergency Disaster Checklist.
Today is Cow Appreciation Day! Have a Moo-velous Day. Look out for discounts offered today at your favorite restaurants.
Sort and empty your email inbox today. Set-up an automatic rule to forward regular e-newsletters into their own specific folders.
Check the expiration dates on items such as drinks and yogurt in your fridge. Line them up so that the ones expiring the earliest are closer to the door. * submitted by Juan Ribero, LifeOrganizers Newsletter subscriber
Get pampered with a pedicure. Summer is here and it’s time to step out in your sandals again.
Discourage moths in your closet by creating sachets of dried lavender or equal parts of mint and rosemary in them. The dollar store has great little muslin or chiffon gift purses to make the sachets that would make a great accompaniment to include in gifts that are clothing.
Don’t email a work colleague today. Walk the short distance instead and hand deliver the message in person. You’ll get a little exercise and see a friendly face.
Check your wiper blades to make sure they’re in tip-top shape. Visibility is your first line of defense while driving in heavy rain.
Have some family fun time tonight by playing board games or having a family movie night.
Appliances use up electricity even when idle. Up to 75% of power used by small appliances it is estimated occurs when they are turned off! Plug them into a single power strip so you can turn of multiple appliances at once when idle.
Iron all your dress shirts and favorite ‘going out’ clothing this way you’ll be a little more stress free and able to accept last minute dining or party invitations.
Plan a trip to the market this evening to store up on healthy fruit that you can keep at your desk to snack on during the week. * submitted by Mildred Munjanganja, LifeOrganizers Newsletter subscriber
The bicycle maneuver is one the most effective exercise to tone your abs. Lie on your back, with your hands resting gently behind your head. Your legs should replicate a bicycling pedaling motion. Crunch right knee to left elbow and left knee to right elbow and repeat.
Do something on tomorrow’s to-do list.
Check the caulking on your bathtubs. If there are visible cracks and fissures it is time to reseal them.