If you aren’t using your bullet journal to help keep a cleaning schedule you need to start. Since starting my bullet journal cleaning schedules, my cleaning routine is faster, my house stays cleaner, and I haven’t forgotten any of those little once a month or so tasks like cleaning the fridge or oven.
What I love most about keeping a bullet journal cleaning schedule is I can set up reminders in my daily or weekly spreads to stay on track with my cleaning. Additionally, I can plan cleaning for those monthly, every 3 months, and 6 month tasks.
Check out my post How to Start and Use a Bullet Journal with Bullet Journal Examples.
Before you dive into finding the right bullet journal cleaning tracker, I want to recommend some of the products I use for my own bullet journal.
- This is the Bullet Journal I use, it has a pocket.
- I recently ordered these pens.
- These stencil plates are fantastic and fit into the pocket of the bullet journal I use.
- Washi Tape Set.
- More Decorative Washi Masking Tape.
Why You Should Track Your Cleaning
Let’s face it when you work from home, have a toddler, and have a pretty active lifestyle it can be difficult to keep track of everything you have going on. If you are like me a bullet journal or planner of some sort is an absolute necessity.
Writing out my daily cleaning tasks means I can easily stay on top of all my cleaning. I simply look at my list each morning, complete my tasks before starting work, and check off my reminder.
Check out my post How To Declutter Your Home Fast.
By tracking your cleaning you can also keep a pretty awesome schedule. If you know you have to vacuum and wash the floors you are less likely to schedule some other huge labor intensive task.
Additionally, you can schedule out things like cleaning your fridge, sweeping up the patio, or changing your furnace filter so you never forget. By scheduling your cleaning you never forget to clean dryer vents, ovens, or gutters making your home safer in the long run.
Check out my post 50 Bullet Journal Habit Tracker Ideas.
No two cleaning schedules are the same. What works for me may not work for you. I have cats and a toddler to clean up after, so I do the floors twice weekly. You may not have a toddler or any animals and may only need to do your floors once weekly.
The trick to a successful cleaning schedule is to figure out what works best for you. I like doing my laundry all in one day. However, I know plenty of people who do laundry all weekend or even one load each day.
You can read more about cleaning schedules in my post The Efficient Cleaning Schedule That Works.
Let’s take a look at bullet journal cleaning schedules then you can plan and create your own.
Check out my post 16 Minimalist Bullet Journal Spreads.
Bullet Journal Cleaning Schedules
Check out my post 14 Beautiful Bullet Journal Spreads.
Creating Your Own Bullet Journal Cleaning Schedule
Now that you have some great ideas you can go ahead and create your own bullet journal cleaning schedule.
Check out my post 19 Weekly Spreads for your Bullet Journal.
First, write out a list of all your cleaning tasks. Mark which ones are daily tasks, such as cooking and dishes. Weekly tasks would include things like floors, windows, and bathrooms. Monthly tasks would be cleaning out your fridge and vacuuming bedding and furniture.
Now you can start creating your bullet journal cleaning schedule. Use the pictures above as inspiration for your own. Or create a completely different spread all together. Make sure you customize it to you.
Now add reminders in your weekly or monthly spreads. Now you will stay on track with your cleaning tasks as well as all future tasks.
- Essentials Dot Matrix Notebook A5
- Huhuhero Fineliner Color Pen Set
- Bullet Journaling Stencils Plates
- Washi Tape Set
- Decorative Washi Masking Tape
Do you use a bullet journal cleaning schedule? Do you have a cleaning schedule? Let me know in the comments below. Follow me on Pinterest for more posts like this and pin this to your bullet journal boards.