The following 10 points are taken from a blog post of the same name written by Archpriest Alexander Iliashenko on the website pravmir.com.
1. Offer a heartfelt confession to your spiritual father. Pray first that God may help you to see your sins.
2. Attend the Liturgy of the Presanctified Gifts on Wednesday and Friday and receive Holy Communion.
3. Begin to read the morning and evening prayers in full or at least increase your prayer rule a bit and resolve to pray with greater attention than usual.
4. Read at least one Gospel in its entirety. During Great Lent the faithful try to read all four Gospels, but if you have not succeeded, then you should manage to read at least one.
6. Visit your relatives and give some attention to your household: at least talk with them and listen to them lovingly and without haste.
7. Fulfill at least one long-standing promise: nail a picture to the wall, sort through the mess in the closet, or do whatever else you have been promising to do for weeks but have kept putting off.
8. Limit your online communication: using will power or a special program, control the amount of time you spend on a particular site; minimize your use of social sites and online diaries for at least these two weeks.
9. Ask forgiveness and be reconciled with whomever you have offended, either long ago or recently.
10. Take part in some act of charity, at least something within your powers or that does not take too much time; most importantly, take the first step towards someone who is having a hard time and stands in need of your help.
The original article was accessed at http://www.pravmir.com/ten-important-things-to-do-before-the-end-of-lent/ on Apr 02, 2012.