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First things first, if you’re overwhelmed with your laundry, you need a plan for it. Use this simple worksheet to map out your week and your laundry intentions. If you’re doing the Clean Mama Routine, you know that Laundry is a Daily Task. I find that doing a load daily from washer to folded and put away. Saturday is Sheets and Towels Day – that’s the day that we launder bedding and bath towels. I do a quick load at the end of Saturday of cleaning cloths and then the ‘clean washer’ cycle on the washing machine.
Our Laundry Schedule – followed loosely but it’s helpful! We have five in our family so everyone gets a ‘laundry day’, starting with my husband on Monday, myself on Tuesday, our oldest on Wednesday, our middle child on Thursday, our youngest child on Friday, and sheets and towels on Saturday. This gives us a framework and a goal for what to wash and when to wash it.
Grab this free printable and map out your laundry schedule. Do you do laundry daily? Every other day? Once a week? Plan it out, realizing that not every week will go perfectly, but at least you have a plan for your laundry moving forward. It makes a big difference!
Print the Laundry Schedule printable, put it on a clipboard, in your Homekeeping Binder, tape it on the fridge, put it in your planner….use it to help you figure our your laundry schedule. Head to the FREE PRINTABLES page, enter your email address (you’ll only need to enter it ONE TIME for lifetime access), and grab this printable. Happy Laundry!
Need some help with you laundry routine? Check out my new printable kit – Clean Mama’s Guide to Laundry. It’s 25 pages of laundry love, perfect for getting a handle on your laundry once and for all!
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