3 Cleaning Schedules for a Happy Clean Home

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Everyone has to clean and sometimes cleaning with a busy schedule can be frustrating and overwhelming. Whether you are a stay at home mom, work full time or retired- cleaning is a job that requires time and effort. Everyone has busy schedules and obligations. I have been researching different weekly cleaning schedules. Some people love to clean, for me I love a clean house, but I don’t enjoy cleaning. Messes and clutter drive me nuts (I cringe looking at it). A happy home is a clean home to me.

Creating a cleaning schedule will be trial and error until you find one that works for you. I am a stay at home mom with two small children. I learned that doing a few cleaning chores a day is easier for me. Plus with having a cleaning routine I can look ahead at my week. This helps me to do extra cleaning on certain days. For example my son goes to a cooperative preschool so on the days I help, I do my Tuesday chores on another day. Personally I can get overwhelmed at a huge to do list and doing a couple chores a day is better for me. It allows me to enjoy the weekends with my family and take some time off, as much time off as a mom gets.

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My weekly cleaning schedule hangs on the fridge, which allows me to see it all the time. It’s a great reminder too!


3 Cleaning Schedules for a Happy Clean Home


Lambert’s Lately– I love how colorful this one is and how it’s organized. I like that it adds outside chores too, which is always an issue for me in the summer.

Uncommon Designs– This one is printable with chores for everyday and a spot to add in notes for the week. Uncommon Designs recommends laminating the schedule and using a dry erase marker to mark off chores completed (brilliant idea).

Viva Veltoro – This one has chores listed daily and I love how it says to spend time with your family on the weekend. So important.


I hope these cleaning routines help you and inspire you to do a little everyday to have a clean home to relax in after a long day. I relax better looking out at a clean living room after the kids go to bed and I’m ready to start another day knowing I’m going to wake up to a clutter free home. If you looking for an idea to make grocery shopping easier, my Master Grocery List is a lifesaver!

Hi I'm Jenny from Cookies, Coffee, and Crafts. I love to create decorations for my home, projects to create magical holidays, and to have fun with my kids. The quote "I run on coffee, chaos, and crafts" describes my world and I wouldn't have it any other way. I hope you find inspiration and enjoy my creative journey.