SarahNeedle1872 wrote: »
Having just had the laziest day ever - got up at 11, been slobbing with DS on the sofa or playing with him and his toys for most of the day - I think I need to get a list going of all the things I need to do tonight. OH is at work for 1900, so once DS is in bed, the housework will begin!
*[STRIKE]Get all the recycling from around the house and put it out[/STRIKE]
*[STRIKE]Empty all the rubbish bins[/STRIKE]
*[STRIKE]Put toys away[/STRIKE]
*Hoover downstairs (and upstairs once DS is asleep), and sofa (Charlie took advantage of an open stair gate last night as slept on it!)
*Clean kitchen floor and move a few bits around
*[STRIKE]Start listing ebay items on Turbolister[/STRIKE]
*Sort out paperwork [strike]file[/strike] pile and shred as needed
I have, in between playing/slobbing with Connor, cleaned the kitchen sides, done the washing up, done the washing, sorted out the huge toiletries/present cupboard, fixed the shelf and put the clean laundry away, but still I have lots to do tonight.
On late night tomorrow (1430 start) and DS is at nursery from 0800, so it doesn't matter if I'm up late tonight Good job really!
SarahNeedle1872 wrote: »
Listed my stuff on Turbolister - well everything except the seasonal stuff - and how long does that take!? Seems like I've been doing it for hours!
Gonna do the downstairs hoovering and cleaning now, but think I will save the upstairs til the morning....
Lelc wrote: »
I'm just the sort of person who takes up challenges and then falls of the 'challenge wagon' (usually) very quickly so this challenge is just what I need.
My challenges are as follows:100 day challenge of not spending any money when I'm at work on lunch or snacks. I'll make my own soups and bread and take that instead. (start 5 January when I'm back to work)
Rejoin Payment a Day challenge and pay off the £400(approx) overdraft and then start saving for a new surround sound system to compete with the eejit who lives downstairs from me who has annoyed me so much that I'm about to become the neighbour from hell. (just paid £150 to overdraft and my neighbour seems to have quietened down a bit so maybe I'll save for something more useful)
Use up all of the food that is in the freezers. I've got 2 freezers that are full to the gunnels and yet I still keep on shopping(working at it but as there's only been 2 of us here and we've just been snacking it's not gone down much)
Finish decorating the shower room. This is the smallest room that needs finishing so I'm hoping that it won't take long to do and when it's done it will inspire me to complete the other rooms. (done nothing with this yet - it's too cold at the moment to be anywhere but the living room or in bed)
I think that will do me for now.
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