7 Days of Free Printables: Annual Cleaning Schedule
Welcome to day 6 of free printables week! Hopefully you’re feeling inspired, motivated, and maybe just a bit more organized already. And are you ready to make real life changes and make them stick? I know sometimes it is hard to know where to start. That’s why I created The Sweet Life Jumpstart. It’s a guided 4-week program that will give you personalized action steps in the area that will make the biggest impact as you live out your every day life. We'd love to see you over in our Society!
Today’s free printable is an Annual Cleaning Schedule, and boy is it useful for keeping track of those once-in-a-blue-moon chores that are so easy to forget. No more wondering when you last rotated mattresses, wiped down the fridge, or purged the pantry! Let me show you how it works.
Start by deciding what you want to clean and how often you want to clean it. (Some things just aren’t worth cleaning super regularly, and it’s ok to admit that!) Next, list the chores in the corresponding circles, depending on how often they need to be done. And now it’s time to start cleaning!
As the year progresses, follow the arrows to check the box (or use a highlighter for some colorful flair) each time those set of chores is complete. Not only is this very satisfying, it also helps you keep track of what you still have left to do. There’s nothing better than checking things off a to-do list!
The bi-annual tasks can be spread out throughout the year to save you the trouble of squeezing them all in every January and July. Label each set of months with whatever you want to clean, and then check off (or highlight) the month names once you’re done.
And since the annual chores need done so infrequently, just knock them out in January and you don’t have to think about them again for another year!
Post your printable somewhere you can easily reference it, and you’re all ready to stay on top of your cleaning game, all year long!
See you tomorrow for yet another free printable!
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