Hi, I’m Becky! I’m so glad you’ve joined me here at Clean Mama. For many years, I’ve been helping people just like you bring joy and calm into their homes. If you feel like you’ve tried so many times to get your home in order and you’re ready to give up, I’m here to tell you that you really CAN have a clean home and a busy life.
Use this page as your roadmap to a clean home, as it will explain all parts of the Clean Mama program. Cleaning can be fun and easy — I’m going to show you how!
Imagine Never Spending Hours Cleaning Again And Still:
Coming home to a space you LOVE
Feeling peaceful & calm VS frenzied & frustrated
Having more time with friends and family
Enjoying your weekends without marathon cleaning sessions
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Just Minutes A Day
What if I told you that you could spend just minutes a day on cleaning and you’d have a clean home all week long?
No More Overwhelm
If you don’t know where to start, I’m here to show you an easier way! You really can have a clean home.
Start Right Now
Your house doesn’t have to be clean from top to bottom to start a cleaning routine. Start with whatever tasks falls on today.
No Frills Needed
You don’t need to get stuck in the details, just start with what you have and you’ll see progress within the first week.
Begin by understanding the 4 components of the Clean Mama routine…
Feeling overwhelmed? Start where you are — whether that’s slightly messy or utter chaos. My routine has changed homes and lives in every level of mess. You can do this!
Each component builds off the previous one, so start with The 5 Daily Tasks and only add in the next component when you feel comfortable with the current one.
The 5 Daily Tasks
As the foundation to the Clean Mama Routine, you’ll want to get these 5 tasks in place before moving on to the next step. Each day you will make the beds, check the floors, wipe the counters, tackle clutter, and do a load of laundry. If a routine is new for you, begin with one task and add as you go. Everyday a little something!
Once you have The 5 Daily Tasks under your belt, it’s time to add in The Weekly Tasks. These take 10 – 15 minutes a day once you get them down. Start with whatever task falls on today and just begin. Mondays we clean bathrooms, Tuesdays we dust, Wednesday we vacuum, Thursday we wash floors, Friday we do anything we didn’t get to, and on Saturday we wash sheets + towels. Sunday we rest! Remember to start where you are and don’t try to play catchup on all the other days or you’ll burn yourself out.
After you’ve successfully implemented the daily + weekly tasks, it’s time to learn The Rotating Tasks! We add these deep cleaning tasks to our Catch-All Friday or on a day that works best for you. This is the first component of the routine that you won’t find fully detailed in my Free Printables. You can find it in the Guide to a Clean Home, Homekeeping Planner, or Homekeeping Society (see below for more information).
The final component of the Clean Mama Routine is The Monthly Focus. You’ll add this in once you feel confident in the previous three stages. One focus per month allows you to work through your entire home — organizing as you go. This component can be found in the Guide to a Clean Home, Homekeeping Planner, or Homekeeping Society (see below for more information).
Hundreds of thousands have found success using the Clean Mama routine. You can too!
“The Clean Mama routine and Homekeeping Society have changed my life! For most of my adult life, I have struggled with clutter and keeping a clean home. Then I discovered Becky and her cleaning routine and saw my house improve immediately just by doing the 5 daily tasks. This is what I have been searching for for years!” – Elizabeth T.
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What’s the difference between the Homekeeping Planner and Homekeeping Society?
Homekeeping Society® and the Homekeeping Planner® are tools that Clean Mama has created to make implement the Clean Mama Routine in a simple and cute way. They are designed to be used separately, but they work together too!