I can’t believe we’re about to start the last habit of the year! If we put all of these habits into practice this month, our homes will definitely be clean – and stay clean – during the holidays!
Are you ready to get going? Before we implement a new habit, let’s recap the cleaning habits we’ve covered so far:
- Cleaning Habit #1: Tackle your problem area,
- Cleaning Habit #2: Clean your kitchen every night,
- Cleaning Habit #3: Let it go and streamline your life,
- Cleaning Habit #4: 5 minute pick up,
- Cleaning Habit #5: Put things back where they belong,
- Cleaning Habit #6: Wash one load of laundry each day,
- Cleaning Habit #7: Do one thing. Just start,
- Cleaning Habit #8: Conquer paper overload,
- Cleaning Habit #9: Use the best cleaning tools,
- Cleaning Habit #10: Create routines,
- Cleaning Habit #11: Organize on the go.
Cleaning Habit #12: Clean Using a Cleaning Schedule
Cleaning schedules can be super simple or overly complicated. They can be customized for people who just want to keep their home tidy to those who want daily shine and sparkle!
I have 12 posts scheduled next year on i Dream of Clean to showcase the different types of cleaning schedule templates. We’ll cover schedules that will work for small families and large families, small homes and large, renters and owners…the list goes on and on.
Of course, you don’t want to wait until next year to get your cleaning schedule up and running. So write up a plan to try and then adjust as needed. If you need a little help, you can read about how to create YOUR perfect cleaning schedule here.
When you’re finished, tell me all about the process in the comment section, on Facebook, or in the Spring Cleaning 365 accountability group. I’d love for you to show me your cleaning schedule! Or let me know what your greatest challenge is when it comes to creating a cleaning schedule? I want to help you succeed!