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  • Nicole Horieh

    Free printables, calendar, daily cleaning schedule Home Organization Plan

  • Tammy Gilliam

    This is my official favorite cleaning organization site! Easy printable calendar that includes daily and monthly tasks...and went to do them!

  • Alicia Morris

    daily/weekly/monthly cleaning plan Justmommies Home Organization Plan If you've tried other home organization systems and failed then JustMommies Home Organization Plan is perfect for you. We've tried to create something simple, easy to use, and practical for even the busiest mom. We have broken things up into daily tasks, weekly tasks, and monthly tasks There are some tasks that must be done every day to keep a clean home. To keep it simple for you, we have three very easy routines to do throughout the day. Most take only a few minutes. Some things, like vaccuming, do not need to be done but once or twice a week, those tasks are listed in green. We also list reminders for things like cleaning out your refrigerator in this section Tasks for Monday, February 13th 2012 Weekly Tasks Monday's tasks are washing laundry and changing your bed linen and bathroom towels. When you do laundry make sure to wipe down the washer and dryer when you are finished with the day's washing. Monthly Tasks Today's monthly task is to clean your refrigerator and microwave. Do a thorough cleaning of your refrigerator. Make sure to check your jars and containers for expired food. Clean out your microwave as well. Decluttering/cleaning challenge for the month of February February's decluttering challenge is in the kids' bedrooms. Below is a list of tasks to be finished in the month of February. Clean out dressers and closets. Get rid of outgrown and unused clothing. Clean baseboards. Wash window treatments. Clean windows. Flip mattresses. Clean doors including door knobs, molding, and trim. Clean out toy box and get rid of any broken or unused toys. Spot clean walls of any marks, scuffs, or handprints. Sweep ceilings for any dust or cobwebs. Clean air vents. You have the entire month to complete these tasks. You can do them in any order you would like as long as they are completed in the month of February . For a printable calendar of the daily, weekly, and monthly tasks as well as the decluttering challenge click on the link below for the approrpriate month. You will need Adobe Acrobat to view this page correctly. You can download Adobe Acrobat here. Dec 2011 Jan 2012 | Feb 2012 | Mar 2012 | Apr 2012 May 2012 | Jun 2012 | Jul 2012 | Aug 2012 Sep 2012 | Oct 2012 | Nov 2012 | Dec 2012 Daily Habits If you are just starting out or this is your first time reading this then you'll want to click here for detailed instructions of the daily habits. Morning Tasks: 1. Make your bed. 2. Wipe down bathroom. 3. Set out something for dinner. Midday Tasks: 1. Make sure your weekly or monthly tasks are done. 2. Afternoon tidy Evening Tasks: 1. Kids bath, brush, and bed. 2. Make sure your kichen is cleaned. Your To Do List

  • Stefanie MacDonald

    Home Organization Plan. Love the monthly cleaning calendar download

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