March 31, 2012
Clean + Organized 2012 – FREE Cleaning Schedule
Tomorrow is the first day of April – can you believe it? How about a little cleaning schedule to work through for the month? April’s schedule has nine little check boxes and lines for you to fill in other tasks that you want/need to accomplish through the month. Still working on (or haven’t started) some spring cleaning? Have a closet to organize? Add it to the list.
You can go here to grab April’s Clean + Organized Schedule – follow me on Facebook and/or Twitter for daily reminders and extra tips!
April will be filled with simple quick tips and tricks to encourage you in your homekeeping adventure – I can’t wait to share them with you!
When I click on the link for April’s schedule, it goes to the same page as the first link not the April schedule.
Clean Mama Says
It’s fixed 🙂
Thanks so much! I love these schedules and my house is so clean thanks to you! 🙂
I am getting better at keeping on task! I appreciate these cleaning schedules. My hardest one is the menu/bills day! But I will get there!
Love this method…do u have blank monthly cleaning sheets like this that maybe I can laminate and fill in the dates!! I love printing these out each month but think I could save ink with blank ones I could laminate. Thanks!
Clean Mama Says
I have the perpetual cleaning schedule, but it’s not free:
Jennifer @ Delightfully Noted Says
Thanks for sharing this checklist & I’m sure my hubby would thank you too! hehe
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Motivated Mommy of two Says
I think this is a great schedule, I would love to be able to follow it. But for a full time working mom it just seems to hard. There is no way I would the time to complete all of the task. Do you have any suggestions for a full time working mom?
Clean Mama Says
That’s me! A full time working mom – I do work from home, but it’s 40+ hours a week. The schedule is intended for ANY person that wants a little routine. And it’s supposed to take 10-20 minutes/day to complete. Problem is, things come up, we’re exhausted and it’s hard at the end of the day to take care of the tidying up – I get that. I get up earlier than the rest of the house and take care of the little things then. Sometimes a really thorough weekend clean is a starting point and then it’s easier to keep up with the little things as the week progresses. Don’t give up – just figure out what needs attention and start there and build on that – maybe bathrooms and a little laundry every day?
Ok so first of all Hi and you amke me want to clean! Ok so I just moved into a new apartment and I am excited to organize. We have moved 5 times in five years and we have a lot of junk. I am going to be using your April “clean and organized” Calendar to get us on a routine. I work Full time and my husband works part time at night and is a full time stay at home dad during the day. With 4 yr old twins it has been interesting trying to find a good routine for us. Your Website has made me feel like we can get things cleaned and organized without it overwhelming or taking over every minute of our time. I cant wait to post our accomplishments to share with yall. have a great Easter!