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JANUARY 2023 CALENDAR

January is the month when we have the most optimism and dreams. As this year begins, plan to turn dreams into accomplished goals.

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1

SUN

New Year’s Day

2

MON

Dismantle and carefully store holiday decorations.

Christmas trees and boughs can be used to mulch garden perennials.

3

TUE

Wash interior sides of home windows.

4

WED

Make Ridiculously Healthy Soup using vegetables harvested last autumn.

5

THU

6

FRI

7

SAT

Take inventory of pantries and secondary freezers.

8

SUN

Fill the cookie jar with Cinnamon Buñuelo Chips

9

MON

10

TUE

Clean oven, fridge and dishwasher.

11

WED

Discover some new music.

12

THU

Wash the dust off of houseplant leaves on a regular basis. This allows the leaves to gather light more efficiently and will result in better growth.

13

FRI

14

SAT

Force paperwhite bulbs

15

SUN

Make Piquante Chicken Corn Chowder for Sunday Supper. Double the recipe for future meals.

16

MON

Martin Luther King Jr. Day

17

TUE

Spot clean and vacuum upholstered furniture.

18

WED

19

THU

Inspect indoor plants closely for insect pests such as aphids, spider mites, scale, and whitefly.

20

FRI

Fluffy, white mealy bugs on houseplants are easily killed by touching them with a cotton swab soaked in rubbing alcohol.

21

SAT

22

SUN

23

MON

Scroll through online seed and bulb catalogs.

24

TUE

Conjure up some Crab Mac n’ Cheese for some mid-January comfort food.

25

WED

26

THU

Check stored bulbs, corms, or tubers to make sure that they are not rotting or too dry.

27

FRI

28

SAT

Check smoke and carbon monoxide detectors. Use the test button on each device, and change batteries as needed.

29

SUN

In temperate climates, plant bare-root rose bushes and fruit trees.

30

MON

Keep driveways and access to garage clear of snow

31

TUE

Finish the month with a classic Tomato Bisque.

SUNDAY

MONDAY

TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

FRIDAY

SATURDAY

1

New Year’s Day

2

Dismantle and carefully store holiday decorations.

Christmas trees and boughs can be used to mulch garden perennials.

3

Wash interior sides of home windows.

4

Make Ridiculously Healthy Soup using vegetables harvested last autumn.

5

6

Quarantine new gift plants to be sure they do not harbor any insect pests.

7

Take inventory of pantries and secondary freezers.

8

Fill the cookie jar with Cinnamon Buñuelo Chips

9

10

Clean oven, fridge and dishwasher.

11

Discover some new music.

12

Wash the dust off of houseplant leaves on a regular basis. This allows the leaves to gather light more efficiently and will result in better growth.

13

14

Force paperwhite bulbs

15

Make Piquante Chicken Corn Chowder for Sunday Supper. Double the recipe for future meals.

16

Martin Luther King Jr. Day

17

Spot clean and vacuum upholstered furniture.

18

19

Inspect indoor plants closely for insect pests such as aphids, spider mites, scale, and whitefly.

20

Fluffy, white mealy bugs on houseplants are easily killed by touching them with a cotton swab soaked in rubbing alcohol.

21

22

23

Scroll through online seed and bulb catalogs.

24

Conjure up some Crab Mac n’ Cheese for some mid-January comfort food.

25

26

Check stored bulbs, corms, or tubers to make sure that they are not rotting or too dry.

27

28

Check smoke and carbon monoxide detectors. Use the test button on each device, and change batteries as needed.

29

In temperate climates, plant bare-root rose bushes and fruit trees.

30

31

Finish the month with a classic Tomato Bisque.