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#1 purpleblackqueen

Posted 24 November 2012 - 06:51 AM

MORNING STUFF

WHILE OUT
Take Hayley to Friends House @11am
Get Shower Shelf and Soap Dish
Pick Hayley up @ 4.30pm

RENOS/PROPERTY
Monitor Sales

WASHING
Fold All Washing
Load 1- My Linen
Load 2
Load 3
Load 4
Load 5
Load 6
Clear Line- Round 1
Clear Line- Round 2

MISC
Sort Out Xmas Presents and Work Out Who Still to Buy For
Pack Up Laybyes
Pack Up Linen Closet
Bring In Packing Stuff From Car
Bring in Some Packing Boxes from Carport

FITNESS
Protein Bar @ MT
Protein Bar @ AT

LOUNGE/DINING ROOM
Sort and Pack Blanket Box
Vacuum

KITCHEN
Empty Dishrack
Dishes
Benches
Clean Out Fridge
Vacuum
Thorough Tidy

PAPERWORK
Pay Bills started
Organise Paperwork Trays
Sundays List
Menu Plan
Budget
Copy Stuff From Library Books
Pay Dep for Removalist
Plan fro Next Week

MY ROOM
Clear Floor
Dust
Vacuum
Tidy
Strip Bed
Make Bed

KIDS JOBS
Sort Through DVD's and CD's Put Into Piles started
Tidy Their Bedrooms
Tidy Lounge Room

Hoping to add more, as I have so much to do and organise

Edited by purpleblackqueen, 24 November 2012 - 10:32 AM.


#2 purpleblackqueen

Posted 24 November 2012 - 06:54 AM

So what is everyone else upto today

#3 gina70

Posted 24 November 2012 - 07:08 AM

Mainly washing as it stormed in Brisbane all of last weekend.  Also:

*taking dd to get her high school uniforms fitted
*grocery shopping
*clean bathroom
*iron
*my nails

Probably more, but want to relax most of the weekend.


#4 LittleListen

Posted 24 November 2012 - 07:12 AM

Morning! huge Day...mine's a little coded for "anonminity" (ha! too little too late I think)

Electrical store to pick up goods
Supermarket for ingredients for the party meal tonight
Make party meal
CPU/Screen
Sort books
Music
Air Con

Household
Two loads washing
General tidy of living space

I think that is really all I am likely to achieve today. Here we go!

#5 FeralLIfeHacker

Posted 24 November 2012 - 09:31 AM

3 loads of washing - last load to hang, start bringing dry stuff in
soak stuff -soaking
find ds swiming stuff and wash done
mop floors done
vacc floors done
wipe benches done
clean mirrors and glass door done
declutter started
clean toilets done
clean basins and bath done
shower screens done
Find pictures and hang - found, need to hang
hang kindy artwork done
new sheet for fridge done
wipe out fridge done
clean microwave done
dd to wash her bedding
clean out car
hang out dd's stuff
go to pool and hungry jacks for ds' birthday, cake, presents, lollies - take pics
get ods to birthday party - present doone
pick him up from friends house done
buy toilet paper and fruit done
get dh to empty vacuum
dd empty her bin
clean recycling tub done
line everything again - write up cleaning sheets, buy vinegar, gumption, bicarb, wipes etc
deal with ants and bees - ants done, dh do bees
sort toys in clear tubs for rotating
write lists for sun/mon done

Edited by Mummyone1, 25 November 2012 - 09:08 AM.


#6 Ianthe

Posted 24 November 2012 - 11:17 AM

Big day for us today! My eldest turns 16. So I have a house full of teenagers here.

We have

Tidied all downstairs
Party prep
Done 2 loads of washing

Currently

Kids are tidying upstairs

Later

Council Christmas party from 3-6:30-the kids are going with their Dad and I will pop up to see a performance by my daughter's class
Dinner out

I am attempting to start my assignment too but that may be a little ambitious.




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