Weekly Cleaning Schedule
Welcome to Spring Cleaning Week at Classy Clutter! This week we are focusing on how to get organized and clean our homes! We will be sharing a few tips, tricks and ideas to help you get your home in order. What better way to start then coming up with a cleaning schedule.
Every Monday, I get overwhelmed thinking about my week if I do not have some sort of schedule mapped out. I have come up with a cleaning schedule that is basically life changing. You can get your home *sparking* clean in about an hour a day. You don’t have to do it all in one solid hour, you can break it up throughout the day if necessary but having a plan and a weekly cleaning schedule it makes things sooo much easier!
This is my plan for each week but I have included a blank schedule for you and a lined one if you prefer to use that. You can simply save the image and open it in Picmonkey.com to create your own weekly schedule or feel free to use mine! You can adapt it to whatever works for you in your home. You will notice that Friday and Saturday have a smaller area to write down chores. Usually our weekends can get pretty busy but if I have a couple things planned to clean up, I feel like I’m more on top of it all.
If you prefer the lines save & print this one!
I like to do focus on one room a day + my daily tasks. You’ll notice on my daily tasks I include a “quick pick up”. This includes toys, clothes on the floor throughout the house, dishes left out, basically, a super quick tidy up. Sometimes I have to do this several times a day. That’s what happens when you have 3 boys under 4 years old. I find it easier if I encourage them to clean up after themselves and do it as I go about my day. I’m really working on “everything has it’s own place” and teaching the boys where everything goes so it’s easy for them when they’re asked to put something away.
Here’s my Weekly Cleaning Schedule that is working for us. Feel free to use it or use one of the other printables to make your own!
That’s it! hope it helps someone out there! I know it seems like a lot. It may take you over an hour at first but once you start memorizing your list and get through the first week or two, it will become routine and things will tend to stay cleaner longer! If anyone needs help saving the documents, let me know. Usually you can just right click > save image as. > name it whatever you’d like and print!
Oh! Here is my laundry schedule if anyone wants to use that as well. 🙂
Good luck and I can’t wait to show you what else we have in store for your for Cleaning week! Be sure to check out my “Cleaning Pinterest Board” for more cleaning tips, tricks and tutorials!