Things to do before the year is out
Not that you need more to-dos for your ever growing end-of-year-list, but our friends at The Frisky have some ideas on how to spend the last 31 days of the year...
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True cleaning out the closets and donating any old or used clothing to charity is my to do list.
Cleaning out closets, cabinets and drawers is a definite yes! Oh! and under the chrisper in the fridge.:-)
That list was 50/50 for me. I'm all for donating old clothes, flossing, trying a new recipe, etc. But I'll skip getting into "Lost," "Twilight," or "Nip/Tuck."
Donating old coats and trying new recipes ARE on my list actually! I keep meaning to remember the former before I move!