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Daily Tasks

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Last year, I created myself a cleaning schedule. I was able to keep up with my schedule and do mostly everything on my list. But if one night, day, or weekend I wasn’t able to stay on schedule, things would fall apart. I would get behind and some times it was hard to stay on track again. I would do what I needed to do that day, but in my mind I would think about all the things I wasn’t able to do the week before.

So lately, I’ve been so behind. I bet there are many of you out there that know what I mean – especially moms. Since Spring is coming, I want to get back on track. I’ve been searching different solutions to help me out. I found on Better Homes and Gardens tips to having an organized cleaning schedule.

Before I put my cleaning schedule on my phone (which worked), but I wanted to create a visual list to hang in my kitchen. I searched on Pinterest and found a cleaning schedule created in a Word document by Knot & Nest. I tweaked it a little to make it my own. I printed it out and placed the list in a see-through sheet protector. That way I could easily check items off of my list and wipe it off for the next week.

So this week is my fresh start to having a clean house by following my cleaning schedule. I know I can do it. Will you stay on a cleaning schedule with me?

What are some tips you use to keep yourself on track? I would love to get your input on your own cleaning schedule.

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5 thoughts on “Daily Tasks

  1. Scheduling works for me too, and I follow it diligently. Nowadays, I clean faster since there’s little cleaning to do. Sometimes I even skip. I schedule my tasks for daily, every other day and weekly cleaning. Clean one area at a time.

  2. I am a big lists person for everything! It really just makes me happy to see things checked off. What I suggest is breaking down big tasks to tiny ones so you feel accomplished. It’s helped me out a lot! Best of luck on your cleaning schedule! Cleaning is one of the weird things that makes me happy. I can’t think with clutter =)

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