Now that school is back in session, I want to share my printable Fall Cleaning Schedule to help you start the school year off with a clean, organized home. Let’s face it: there’s still plenty of great summer weather going on, and nobody wants to miss out on that! Whether your work is raising kids or you work outside the home, we can all agree there are things more fun than cleaning the house.
That’s why I’m a big believer in breaking big projects down over the course of several days, or even months. That’s exactly what this printable Fall Cleaning Schedule does: by spreading the work out over 30 days you never have to spend a lot of time doing such a dreaded chore.
You don’t need to worry about the rest of your home falling apart while you deep-clean, either: the schedule incorporates both deep-cleaning and regular weekly cleaning tasks so the whole house gets done by spending six days per week for a month.
How To Use The Fall Cleaning Schedule
You’ll notice I didn’t put dates on the individual bubbles — that’s so you can tailor it to work with your family. Follow the bubbles in order Monday through Saturday if you like, or start your cleaning week on Sunday if that’s your thing. The important thing to note is that if you’re deep-cleaning a room early in the week, there’s no reason to do a weekly cleaning on it that week, too. The schedule, as written, reflects this. Just cross off each bubble as you go and you’re good.
How To Clean
If you’re not a seasoned housekeeper, or juts prefer working with a checklist, then be sure to grab a copy of my book, 30 Days to a Clean and Organized House. It’s available in paperback or for the Kindle, and Prime members can borrow it for free. Although the plan in my book is a bit different from the one below, you’ll still get a completely clean and organized house by the end of a month!
Printable Fall Cleaning Schedule
I strongly encourage you to not only print this but post it on your refrigerator so you stay motivated and accountable!
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