HOUSE CLEANING SCHEDULE PRINTABLE
Once I finally bit the bullet and finally implemented a cleaning schedule, I was able to eliminate cleaning stress and achieve more balance as a new mom. My organized system tells me what needs to be done each and every day of the year. I don’t have to think about it anymore, I just look at my schedule and do what it tells me to do. And the best part is, I usually only need about an hour to get it done each day. In fact, if I do it FIRST THING in the morning, I am more productive for the rest of the day. My house cleaning schedule printable helps me clear my mind and make time for things that matter most.
I’ve been using my cleaning schedule for over a two years now, and it really works!
Today I’m making it available to you – for free. Here’s what you do:
Step 1: Download your FREE house cleaning schedule printable
In it you will find:
- Instructions for using the e-book
- Room Cleaning Checklists
- Daily, Weekly, Monthly, and Yearly Schedules that you can customize to fit your own needs
- Master Cleaning Lists
- Examples of how to best utilize the cleaning schedule
- Recipes for making household cleaners without toxic chemicals
Step 2: Print your house cleaning schedule printable
- Room Cleaning Checklist – 1x for every room in your house
- Daily / Weekly Schedule – 1x
- Monthly Schedule Overview – 1x
- Monthly Schedule – 1x for each month of the year
Step 3: Create your Room Cleaning Checklists
- Print out a template for every room in your house. Clip them to a clipboard. Grab a pen or pencil and visit the first room.
- Write down every single task you would have to accomplish to make that room perfectly clean. Write the tasks down according to how often you will have to perform the task (daily, weekly, monthly, etc.)
- Then move on to the next room. Keep on going until you’ve filled out all of your lists. This will take a while, so schedule yourself enough time and make sure you won’t be interrupted.
- Use the master cleaning lists and examples at the end of the e-book for inspiration.
Step 4: Schedule the daily and weekly tasks
Using the daily and weekly task sheet, go through all of your room cleaning checklists and fill in the daily and weekly tasks. I, for example, broke it down like this:
- Monday – living room
- Tuesday – bathroom & laundry
- Wednesday – kitchen + menu planning
- Thursday – nursery, master bedroom
- Friday – hallways and closets.
- Saturday – grocery shopping
- Sunday – Food Prep
Step 5: Schedule the monthly tasks in the “yearly overview” template
Using the monthly task sheet, go through all of your room cleaning checklists and fill in the monthly tasks.
These are the things you only do a few times a year. For example, window cleaning, changing out your summer/winter wardrobes, cleaning and reorganizing medicine cabinets and steam cleaning carpets. I even assign specific dates to these tasks instead of just saying “I’ll do it sometime this month,” otherwise it will never get done!
Step 6: (Bonus): Fill out your house cleaning schedule printable for the entire year.
This is where the Monthly templates come in. Print out a template for every month in the year, then go back and reference your other schedules to fill them in accordingly. This way you know what needs to be done to the exact day.
Step 7: Do it!
If you stick to your schedule for more than 3 months it will just become one of your daily habits, which means you won’t spend time thinking about doing it – you’ll just do it.
If you’re feeling overwhelmed by the prospect of changing the way you perform your job as a stay-at-home-mom, let me reassure you. All you’re doing is semi-automating your house work. If you create and follow your cleaning schedule, you will be surprised how easy maintaining a clean home can be. I promise!
My comprehensive guide “How to Create Your Own Cleaning Schedule” will help you semi-automate your cleaning habits so that you have more time for the things that matter most.
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