Karyn’s Holiday Giveaway Week Two

Holiday Winner Week One is…




Karyn Good, Giveaway,

That’s quite the red and green theme I’ve got going on. But I thought a lovely notebook for jotting down your 2019 goals and a pair of cheery mittens to wear while getting out and getting things done would be just the thing needed for this time of year.

I am trying very hard to become a better list maker. That is to say – organized!

So, are there any list makers in the crowd? If so, tell me your tips in the comment section to be entered to win. If you’re like me and you’re not a list maker but you’d like to be, mention that in the comments for a chance to win. If you like to wing it mention that too!

And kind of on topic – here’s one of the items on my Christmas list!

The 5 am Club

Winning starts at your beginning. And your first hours are where the great heroes are made. Own your mornings and you’ll master your life. 

The 5 AM Club

It sounds kind of terrifying. I’ve never been particularly productive at 5:00 AM. However, the older I get the early I get up, so I might as well get something done. Like lists!

Until next time…

Let me know your opinion of lists in the comments. And, good luck!

10 thoughts on “Karyn’s Holiday Giveaway Week Two

    • And if you’re like me, you think write a list! Now I need a piece of paper. Then you need a pen. Then if the list is for things you need to pick up, you need to remember to take the actual list of paper with you. And it’s all downhill from there. LOL

  1. I find lists only work for me when I do them in my agenda/planner because that goes with me everywhere. I just lose pieces of paper.

  2. I like making lists because it gives me motivation to do the task, and a sense of accomplishment when I cross it off be it household chores, grocery lists, packing lists, monthly planning- appointments etc! If I don’t make lists, I have good intentions but do t always follow through.

  3. Sometimes I get a bit overwhelmed by all that needs to be done. Often most of those things are extremely small and/or trivial. Even so when I get to the point of wanting to hide my head beneath a pile of pillows, I MAKE A LIST instead. And everything goes on it. I am then transformed into Miss Efficiency as I zoom around getting everything done and crossing off items. It works amazingly well. As for grocery lists, I have a rule. If I need four items or fewer, I trust myself to remember everything. Once it gets to five or more, I MAKE A LIST.

    • Hi Mary. I best get to making a list then because I think I’m at the hiding my head beneath of a pile of pillows point. LOL I must at least start making a grocery list, as I had to immediately send Jack to the grocery the other day after returning home from the grocery myself because I’d forgotten an item I needed for the lunch I was serving to company. Sigh.

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