Tick Tock Day, observed annually on December 29th, reminds us to complete any unfinished business that might need addressing before the end of the year.
As the end of the year approaches, many items call for our attention. Unfinished business usually needs to be wrapped up before the end of the calendar year. Larger business purchases and charitable donations for the tax year may need to be transacted before December 31st.
Another thing to consider is your medical plan. Does your deductible start over? Do you have a Flexible Savings Account with funds to use? Some employers offer annual benefits that will be lost if they aren’t used by the end of the year. Time is running out.
Tick Tock Day may also be a day to look at personal goals. Did you finish reading that book? Bucket lists call our names. Where do we want to travel? We may still need to explore some exotic foods, too. Maybe your goals are grander or simpler. Whatever they are, tick-tock.
HOW TO OBSERVE TICK TOCK DAY
The clock is ticking. The countdown has begun. Check your list. Get that unfinished business completed. Share your tips for checking off unfinished business. If you’re not sure what needs to be completed, consider these timely items:
- Check the tags on your car.
- Schedule a routine physical exam.
- Change the filter on your furnace.
- Update your virus protection on your computer.
- Did you miss your last wedding anniversary?
- Order a National Day Calendar!
- Plan your vacation.
- Wind your clocks.
- Complete a honey-do list.
No matter how you choose to wrap up unfinished business, be sure to use #TickTockDay to post on social media.
TICK TOCK DAY HISTORY
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