TIMS FORD LAKE
TOTAL LAKE HOMES FOR SALE - TO DATE: 66
TOTAL LAKE HOMES LISTED DURING DECEMBER: 2
TOTAL LAKE LOTS FOR SALE - TO DATE: 83
TOTAL LAKE LOTS LISTED DURING DECEMBER: 4
LAKE HOMES SOLD: 2
LAKE LOTS SOLD: 1
December New Listings
view ALL Tims Ford Lake Properties for sale
MLS #1362798 155 Damron Lane
Winchester, TN $384,450
Promising farm, complete with farm house [being sold as is]
barns, silo, and a beautiful creek running thru property, fenced
and cross fenced, perfect for horses, cattle and farming-located
near Tims Ford Lake.
MLS #1411494 0 Beechnut Drive Estill Springs, TN
Great lakefront lot, lot has a dock and a concrete driveway big
water view, lot is very level next to the water with great
0 Leatherwood Lot 9 Winchester, TN $125,000
Lakefront lot, can have pier per TVA. Lot
0 Whippoorwill Cove Lot 5 Winchester, TN $125,000
Very affordable lake front lot, can have pier per TVA. Lot has a good
view of lake.
Calendar of Events
January 1 – New Years Day
January 21 – Martin Luther King Day
Jumpstart January for an Organized Year
Face it: it’s January. Dreary weather is matched
only by the dreariness of a house stripped of holiday
decorations. Children slog through the great dull stretch
between New Year’s Day and Spring Break, no longer distracted
from their schoolwork by the excitements of the holiday season.
December’s crowded calendar gives way to
January’s social slump. Video rentals soar as comfy sweats
replace dress clothes on Saturday nights.
Take heart! There’s another side to January!
The freshness of a new, un-scribbled calendar.
The clean lines of household furniture, freed from December’s
tinsel, trash and clutter. The sweet silence of a second cup of
coffee after the children mount the school bus. The delicious
feeling of energy to spare, energy released, but not expended,
by December’s holiday frenzy.
Tap that energy to get organized in the new year!
In January, we look forward and we look back.
January’s two faces provide a natural opportunity to accomplish
several crucial organizational tasks. Give in to January’s
offerings, and you’ll bear organizational fruit the whole year
Update the Address Book
Look backward: a piled-up heap of Christmas
Cards, letters, and photos. Look forward: a treasure trove of
information about loved ones, friends, and neighbors old and
Reassess the way you keep this important
information. Still scribbling and scrawling in a battered old
address book? Perhaps this is the year that you invest in a
shiny new planner or build a computerized address book for the
Computer pros may move up to a more powerful,
more versatile contact manager, the better to keep in touch with
those they love. Another option: create a Household Notebook
family organizer using free printable calendars, checklists and
Schedule an address book update. Sit down with
planner, computer, and that big box of holiday greetings. You
may read to your heart’s content, but you must make note of new
Star any names whose holiday cards that were
returned because of incorrect address. During the year to come,
be on the lookout for a new address. Friends are too important
to lose for want of an address!
Double-check telephone numbers. Make note of new
FAX numbers. E-mail addresses make it easy to keep in touch with
far-flung friends – so note them in your address book too.
Don’t stop there! These are people you love.
Christmas cards contain lots of valuable information. You’ll
never again bumble and stumble over the telephone, desperately
trying to remember what and old school friend named her newest
baby, if you add a line for “Children:” listing names and birth
dates of those precious little ones.
Make special note of those who’ve lost family
members in the last year. Erasing the “Mr. and …” part of an
address is a sad chore, but a misaddressed card from an
out-of-touch friend can create a small intense freshet of grief
for the newly bereaved.
You’ve looked back. Now, look forward. Begin a
list of “Letters to Send”, sparked by those cards or letters
that move you to respond as you read. Writing just one letter a
week for the next year, you can treat over 50 of your friends
and family to a special gift – an unexpected letter from you,
written at leisure and just because you want to! Schedule weekly
letter-writing to tighten the ties that bind you to loved ones.
While you’re polishing your address book, think
about the last five times you looked up phone numbers in the
phone book. Pizza delivery, a child’s school, a volunteer
co-worker? Add just those five listings to your address book to
save time and energy in the coming year.
Fan though the phone book, while you’re at it,
and add any scrawled or circled numbers to find: if they’re in
the address book, they’ll survive extinction when new phone
directories replace the old in the spring!
Address book buffed? Turn to files and paperwork.
[Mind you, I’m making an assumption here: that you’re not
preparing your tax return in January. If you are, what are you
doing reading this? You’re already organized!] For most of us, a
bit of preparation in January will save hours of April agony.
First look backward. As you file this month’s
phone bill, scoop up and sort last year’s receipts. Clump them
together with a big paperclip, and if you’re really motivated,
place them in a brand-new file folder, marked 2012 Receipts.
Come tax time, you’ll be grateful for this bit of sorting.
Look forward: is this year you’ll use computer
tax preparation software? Purchase the advance editions now,
send in the cards, and you’ll spare yourself a frantic April 14
search for the state tax add-on to your program.
Is this the year you begin managing your money by
computer? January 1 is such a nice, round date. Resolve that
you’ll set up your bank accounts this month, when your bank
statements arrive. Somehow, starting to use Quicken or MS Money
isn’t quite so significant in June or October – and no month has
free time like January.
When those bank statements arrive, take time to
sort them, by year, placing last year’s checks in your “Taxes”
file, and creating a new place for this year’s checks to live.
One last January tip:
Open your checkbook. Write the new year in the
date line of your next 20 checks. By the time you come to the
end of your pre-dated checks, you’ll have made the transition to
the new year.
Look forward and make life easier. Look backward
and avoid old mistakes. January has two faces – and both will
help you Get Organized for the New Year!
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