Weekly Habits Friday Clean Your Car, Purse and Paperwork Day

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Weekly Habits help manage your day to day activities. If yesterday’s weekly habit was your Errand Day, you went about town and did hair appointment, medications to be picked up, and of course grocery shopping along with whatever errands you need to do. Part of the day is devoted to putting away what was purchased. While it can be a hectic day, it is also a very satisfying and rewarding day. You now have everything you need to get through the upcoming week. What’s left?

Weekly Habits Meet Friday

Weekly Habits – Car – Purse – Paperwork

These are the 3 things to do so you are ready for the week ahead.



weekly habits

  • Check Fluids, Tire Pressure
  • Remove What Doesn’t Belong



weekly Habits

  • Remove All The Receipts From Doo Wop Errand Day
  • Remove What Doesn’t Belong


weekly Habits

  • Add Up The Receipts
  • Balance Checking Account
  • Prepare Bills To Be Sent In The Coming Week

That’s It!

Keeping our weekly habits simple is key to getting them done. Schedule 15 minutes along with 9 Daily Habits To A Clutter Free Home and watch your life come together!



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  1. Hi Marilyn,

    Well I don’t drive and I don’t carry a purse BUT I do have a lot of paper I could organize! Maybe I’ll do this tomorrow.. I have lots o stuff besides [a[er to get rid of . Too many emotional connections I guess.

    • I am so glad I have my paperwork under control using the Freedom Filer System https://amzn.to/2w1z3FO . It is a self purging system and I wrote about it in my e book Paper CLutter SMackdown.

      Since you don’t drive and don’t use a purse, may I suggest you block out some time on Fridays for self care? It is an area I am adding to the website this year. I am finding home keeping and self care are in direct proportion of each other. The better you take care of yourself the easier it is to take care of your home.

      I have some paperwork from years ago that needs to be gone through and add an extra 15 minutes on Fridays when I have time. Weekly Habits are key to making a home run smoothly. Thank you for commenting!

  2. Marilyn,
    I think self-care is really important. And I will. I have a messy office, things that surround me that I love. That’s a whole other topic, right?. I really want to get rid of stuff – but where do I get rid of it?

  3. Lesly, it is not clutter if it is things you love. I know the trend is minimalism. I can’t get behind this trend. I have many things I love that surround me. How did I begin sorting it out? The easiest way I found was daily doing a 25 fling Throw Away Boogie. You will be surprised at the items that no longer have value and others that are simply trash. Keep repeating this daily and before you know it you will see space in areas of your home and you will come to love this as a balance to the things you love. My ebook https://amzn.to/38lgiuC 100 Things To Get Rid Of makes it easy for you to begin. I am here to support you on your journey because this is what it is, a journey and not an event.

  4. Turning actions into habits makes life easier – there is no doubt! And a reminder to get going on my tax that I need to do too. To do a bit each week to keep it up to date means at the end of the tax year it’s not a big deal to finish off. Timely reminder Marilyn.

  5. Hi Angela,

    Well done for creating your side hustle by creating an online course.

    I’m afraid I’m rather lazier than that, and my chosen side hustle is a multi-level business.

    Of course the similarity is that they all need customers.

    My ‘need’ is because the company I was saving for retirement with collapsed taking with it 90% of my savings. Oops.

    Although I should be retired by my age, I’m lucky enough to be able to still work from home on an offline business that I enjoy so I can keep my networking as a side-hustle just the same.

    Joy Healey – Blogging After Dark

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