After only a week of being “on the market” I have definitely learned that keeping our home show ready is a lot of hard work. I used to be an amazing housekeeper. I would clean our home top to bottom at least once a week. Then we had a kid… then we had another kid… then we moved into a much bigger home… Whomp, whomp, whomp 😳 . My house keeping skills have definitely been on the decline for the past few years and I knew I had to do something to help fix that.
So I did what every girl does in a time of need. I turned to Pinterest and quickly searched “cleaning schedules”. My feed was instantly filled with schedule after schedule but there was one major problem. These weren’t created with my home in mind and my schedule. Maybe I don’t want to clean on the weekends. Maybe my Fridays are tied up and I can’t do laundry all the live long day. Feeling inspired (and frustrated) I set to work. I hopped on my favorite graphic site and stared at the computer for the next 30 minutes to create this.
A schedule to make my own! I can keep my home and my day-to-day life in mind while planning it. Added bonus, it is pretty to look at too. #givemeallthewatercolorflorals I decided something like this needed to be shared so today I am doing just that.
I hope this printable helps you find a rhythm and a routine that works for your home whether you’re trying to keep things market ready or just a mom not wanting to live in filth. I am pretty sure we can all agree on one thing, the struggle is real.
Do you currently have a cleaning schedule?
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