So yesterday was a little hectic. Seven loads of laundry, bathroom cleaning, Kumon, homework and a trip to urgent care hectic. Long story short, I forgot Monday's with the Maid. So here it is Tuesday and I owe you.
I saw this great printable for a cleaning schedule on Pinterest. I never understood how some people's homes were always clean. I think this might be the secret. Unfortunately, it did not fit my needs, so I decided to make my own. After about an hour, I realized I have forgotten EVERYTHING I learned in my high school computer class. I am sure I can and will figure out how to make a spreadsheet with only four columns and two rows, however with a cranky toddler and laundry to finish, today is not that day. So, I did what any one lacking the proper computer skills would do (such as my grandmother, only one of them, the other could probably have it figured it out), I did one by hand and scanned it. In your face technology! Here is my basic form:
I wanted to give you a blank version in case you were so impressed you felt the need to print it out and use it as your own (I do realize that possibility is slim). I work Wednesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, so I plan to keep those days basic with the heavy cleaning done on the other days. The schedule you saw above, had the dishes and clutter being done every day which I thought was a great idea. Here is how I organized my days:
I am going to make a nice printable version for you to fill in yourself. Hopefully by the end of the week. No promises though!