52 Lists week #44; My November To Do List

This week's list: Your November "to-do" list, came just at the right time.  I usually sit down and figure out what I need to do in November to be prepared for all the holidays and birthdays we have coming up. 




  • Help the boys finish up their science fair projects/ boards
  • Fill out 30 days of thankful challenge with the boys
  • Check winter gear for everybody and buy what we need for this year
  • Go hiking a few more times before the snow comes
  • Ride bikes
  • Read by the fire & buy supplies for s'mores
  • Watch the Macy's Thanksgiving day parade
  • Make a few more apple pies 
  • Sign address all the Christmas cards
  • Start wrapping Christmas gifts
  • Put up the tree the day after Thanksgiving
  • Attend the town's holiday light parade
  • Finish buying all Christmas gifts
  • Make up list of Christmas crafts & movies to do/watch with the boys


week #20; My Summer Goals
week #23; My Pet Peeves
week #25; My Favorite Meals
week #30; My Favorite Games
week #31; Sports I Watch or Play 
week #35; How I'd Spend 1 Million Dollars 
week #37; My Favorite Places to Shop
week #38; Our family Traditions
week #39; The Things I Wish For 
week #40; My Daily Routine
week #41;  (Make up for any missed list)

week #42; List the Things You Do when You are Sick 

week #43; Conversational Favorites


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    1. I swear it's the only way I get anything done!

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    1. I hope so! I'm sure we'll throw in a few field trips too.

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  3. Thanks for stopping by.......I operate by a list everyday of my life and I really do think it makes me more productive. I enjoyed your Nov. "to do" list. Looks like you are going to be VERY productive.

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    1. I write up a quick list each day too. Sometimes I know I won't complete the list in a day but keep moving items until they finally get done.

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  4. Linked up with you at 100 Happy Days. Wow--your list really helped me...thanks!

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  5. Read by the fire... love that! I hope you enjoy the fall weather and have a great month!

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    1. Thanks; it's one of my favorite things during cold weather months.

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