15 September 2016

The Hitch Hikers Guide to the Plannerverse - Episode 29

Seasonal To Do Lists

In order to maintain your home there are a host of small jobs you need to do on a seasonal basis.

What better place to record these tasks than in your planner, may be in a separate home planner.

We hope to highlight some of the tasks we have thought of, but we are sure you will be add to the list of things for your own home. 

If you have ideas for future episodes please send them to steve at philofaxy dot com

Show Notes (timings approximate)
00:00 - Introductions
02:00 - Why you need to have a seasonal to do list.
03:00 - Spring
08:00 - Regular car maintenance
08:30 - Checking smoke and carbon monoxide detection alarms monthly
11:00 - Summer
15:30 - Regular home cleaning
18:00 - Regular tasks stamp - Joshua La Porte video
21:00 - Autumn
22:00 - Winter
25:00 - Home inventory
27:00 - Tips of the week

A full check list here.

Episode 29 - Seasonal To Do Lists

A direct download is also available here: Episode29.mp3

Show notes: A5 docx pdf  Personal docx pdf

NB: A5 is in A4 format so it can be scaled to suit A5 or A6 size. Personal is for printing direct on Personal size paper.

Presenters - Karine Tovmassian and Steve Morton
Editing and production - Steve Morton

Our Websites:
Karine: Plannerology, Karine Tovmassian (IG)
Steve: Philofaxy, Travellers Notebook Times, Mr Philofaxy (IG)

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Previous Episodes:

28 - Making and keeping annual goals - A5 docx pdf  Personal docx pdf
27 - Organising the family - A5 docx pdf  Personal docx pdf
26 - Guest interview - Theresa Hall - A5 docx pdf  Personal docx pdf
25 - Guest interview - Ray Blake - A5 docx pdf  Personal docx pdf
24 - Defining the important things from the urgent things - A5 docx pdf  Personal docx pdf
23 - Guest interview with Rita Sedani - A5 docx pdf  Personal docx pdf
22 - Printing your own inserts - A5 docx pdf  Personal docx pdf
21 - How to derail your planning system by over thinking - A5 docx pdf  Personal docx pdf
20 - Digital devices/services and your analogue planner - A5 docx pdf  Personal docx pdf
19 - What To Keep In Your 'Others' Tab - A5 docx pdf  Personal docx pdf
18 - Zombie Apocalypse Preparation - A5 docx pdf  Personal docx pdf
17 - Managing Finances In Your Planner - A5 docx pdf  Personal docx pdf
16 - Planning for those of us who actually can't live without planning, with guest co-host Carie Harling - A5 docx pdf  Personal docx pdf
15 - Automation NirvanaA5 docx pdf  Personal docx pdf
14 - Work Life Balance and Your Planner - A5 docx pdf  Personal docx pdf
13 - GTD Productivity And Using Your Paper Planner - A5 docx pdf  Personal docx pdf
12 - Job Seeking and Keeping - A5 docx pdf  Personal docx pdf
11 - Planner Fail -  A5 docx pdf  Personal docx pdf
10 - Planner Hacks - A5 docx pdf  Personal docx pdf
9 - Planner Planning - A5 docx pdf  Personal docx pdf
8 - Choosing Inserts - A5 docx pdf  Personal docx pdf
7 - How do you carry your planner - A5 docx pdf  Personal docx pdf
6 - Planners on the go - A5 docx pdf  Personal docx pdf
5 - Why would you pay more than the price of a Filofax? - A5 docx pdf  Personal docx pdf
4 - Using Your Planner To Create Permanent Habit Changes - A5 docx pdf  Personal docx pdf
3 - Getting on with two or more planners - A5 docx pdf Personal docx pdf
2 - Where to start your planning journey and why - A5 docx pdf  Personal docx pdf
1 - What size and why....  - A5 docx pdf  Personal docx pdf


  1. "Refrigerater Condenser Coils"? - No idea what that is.....Cleanining my garbage disposal by throwing ice cubes in? - My garbage disposal is a row of recycling wheel bins in the backyard, that I have to roll through the living room to put them to the front of the house every 14 days for collection... Checking circuits? What is there to check? I'd say the plugs work until they stop working and then I call in an electrician. How could I possibly find out if they will give up before they do. Pretty sure that the circuits themselves are in (!) the wall (just as the plumbing!). Or is this about the fuse box? That episode left me worrying about things I didn't know existed!

    1. Refrigerator Condenser coils are on the back of your refrigerator. You should take a vacuum cleaner and clean the dust off so they will last longer. A garbage disposal is usually part of your kitchen sink. You can put things like old beans or soup and grind it up and it goes down the pipe. Checking the circuits = circuit brakers or the fuse box.