Spring is finally here and it’s time to get to cleaning. I’ve teamed up with some of my favorite bloggers today to bring you everything you need to get your home clean and organized for spring.
This week I started my spring cleaning. I have a lot on my list to do. I’m grateful for an Easter gift card from my mama for Starbucks to keep me caffeinated through the week, I’m going to need it! On my list of things to do this week is cleaning, going through all of the kids winter clothes, organize closets, clean out the fridge and clean/ organize pantry. My goal is to focus on one area each day. Monday was AG’s room. I cleaned, organized and washed everything in her room. Today is Luke’s room and hopefully by the end of the week, most of the house will be done.
When it comes to being productive, I get more accomplished when I follow a schedule or have a checklist. It’s how my brain works best. From a shopping list to payment list to to-do list to even a cleaning list. Having it written down to be able to check it off makes my type a self giddy.
Today, I’m sharing a home cleaning schedule with you. You can download your free copy below. It includes daily, weekly, monthly and yearly tasks for you to do that will help you keep on top of your home.
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Have you started spring cleaning? What is first up on your list?
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Take a look at the rest of the posts below!
Sara @ Running from the Law – Spring Cleaning with Toddlers
Sarah @ Seeing All Sides – Garage Organization
Meghan @ The Adventure Starts Here – Tips for Keeping an Organized and Semi-Clean House
Jess @ Scott Family of Maine – Spring Cleaning Printables
Liz @ Ellie & Addie – Spring Garden Prep
Chrissy @ Simple Joys – Diaper Changing & Dresser Organization
Leah @ Leah With Love – Spring Cleaning Schedule
Stephanie @ Wife Mommy Me – De-clutter Your Home Printable Checklist
Whitney @ Work It Mommy – Re-purposed Storage Solutions
Emily @ Dear Owen – Organizing Kids Closets
Jess @ Being Mrs. Beer – Essential Oils for Spring
Vanessa @ Sunflower State of Mind – Spring Cleaning Hacks
Laureen @ Chateau Deveau – Playroom & Toy Storage
Jessica @ Secrets of a Stay At Home Mom – Organizing a Kids Craft Area
Ashley @ Being Brickner – 10 Cleaning Tips for Working Moms
Karli @ September Farm – Spring Cleaning Checklist Printable
Laura @ Happily Ever Parker – 25 Things to Purge
Erinn @ Strawberry Swing & Other Things – Pantry Organization
We’ve all teamed up to bring you a fun spring cleaning giveaway!
I find I’m most successful when I have a schedule too… Even if it is flexible! I also like to clean things that require more time when Noah’s in school and leave the lighter cleaning to when he’s home 🙂
Sara McCarty says
Love this, Leah!! Great breakdown on daily/weekly/monthly chores. It makes it all seem so much more manageable! Pinning and printing out now!
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I like the idea of tackling one big project a month, great printable/reminders!!
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Emily Kongs says
You know how much I love this! I am printing it and utilizing it ASAP! Thanks for sharing!
Excellent! I’m really going to need a schedule now that I will have 2 little ones at home. 😀
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I get so behind on cleaning it’s seriously discouraging! I was joking around with my husband that the only reason the bathroom gets cleaned weekly is because I give my daughter a bath!
I love this!! I am so much better about everything when I have a schedule. Keeps me on task and organized (and from reading blogs when I should be doing things during naptime.) 🙂
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Printing this as we speak! Just seeing it all written out makes it seem much less daunting!
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Stefanie (@LexieLooDylan2) says
Love the schedule! Cleaning is such a pain, but it helps to have a time frame!
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Girl – I loooove a list!!! This is perfect!
Love this!!! Ive been on the look out for a good cleaning schedule printable and this totally fits the bill! Thanks Leah!
This is super organised!!! thanks for the printable!
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It’s always so much easier to stay on track with house cleaning if you outline exactly what needs to be done and tend to it in a timely manner like you suggest here. It’s less stressful, and it ensures that every part of your home will be clean. Nice work! Thanks for the pointers!
Dividing the tasks on daily,weekly,monthly,yearly basis make the work much easier.But we have to follow this schedule properly without delays.Awesome schedule,I will try to follow this.Thanks for sharing such a precious post!