My Daily Cleaning Schedule {a free printable}

Since I will soon be entering into temporary stay-at-home-mom status, I wanted to try to get some type of daily cleaning schedule in place.  It’s amazing how quickly a day can pass and you realize you’ve done nothing but waste an entire day.  I do much better if I have things planned out and written down.  Checking off boxes makes me feel accomplished at the end of the day.

With all the billions of free printables out there I thought for sure I could find one to suit my needs.  I didn’t.  The closest I found was this one but since it wasn’t exactly what I needed I thought duh, just make your own!

Download your cleaning schedule here.

My Daily Cleaning Schedule {a free printable}

{Make sure to follow the download here button to get the PDF version – just right clicking the image and saving will not get you a quality print}

My plan is to put this in a plastic sheet protector and use a dry erase marker to check them off each day.  I will also use that to circle what day of the week it is so I remember to do that coordinating chore.

I also have my daily reminder to get 10 minutes of sunlight every day.  Sounds silly, but you would be surprised how often you can get stuck inside or just go directly from the house to the car.  I think it’s important to get direct sunlight every single day and seriously improves my mood.

I’m working on one of those home management binders to keep my life in order while I’m at home.  Wish me luck!

Comments

  1. Sarah N says

    Love this! So simple but still covers all the bases. I think I’ll adjust it just slightly to fit my needs and add a few reminders of things to do once a month (like under Monday put 1st of month: wash windows, some things like that. Also add vacuum living room in the everyday column lol with a toddler and pets that’s a must!)

  2. says

    You really make it seem so easy with your presentation but
    I find this matter to be actually something that I think I would never understand.
    It seems too complicated and very broad for me. I am looking forward for your next post, I’ll try
    to get the hang of it!

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