Monday, December 18, 2006

Christmas To Do List

I have posted in the sidebar my five MUST DO items for the Christmas break. I also made a point to not bog myself down too much with it, which I tend to do. I think this should be manageable. And if I can get other things done, well...More power to me!

Cleaning the living room will involve A LOT. Including cleaning the kitchen WELL. Our apartment is kinda small, so there is a lot of stuff in the living room that can find a home in other places. BUT, it had to find a home. Not just get dropped in another place.

With any luck, I won't find it a problem to keep up with everyone over the holiday. I hope to keep my schedule fairly regular. However, I will admit upfront that I might not be online between the 24th and the 27th. I will be out of town then I may not get online.

I have been having trouble doing a regular work out lately. I think it is important to use my time off to try and get back into the habit. And I think it should come fairly easily.

Make a meal plan - Possibly one of the most important. I will spend time going through all my cooking magazines and cookbooks to pick out meals. This should keep the hubby and myself eating well.

Read a good NONFICTION book. I love to read, but mostly read fiction. SO, I want to venture into new horizons. So I need a little help here. Can y'all suggest something good to pick up?


jeannie* said...

I'm a sucker for Nicholas Sparks... but he's super cheese. Though a quick, easy, fun read. And recently I've been reading a lot of Jodi Picoult. I'd recomend "My Sister's Keeper" or "Plain Truth" to start. Or "The Kite Runner" a little more serious, but absolutely amazing. I can't remember who wrote it, but its wonderful.

Ok... I think those are all the suggestions I have for now! If you go with something else, please let me know! I'm always looking for a good book :)


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