Ruth at Living Well, Spending Less shows us How to Create a Cleaning Schedule That Works For You. This post is full of practical tips and lots of free printables to help you get your house clean on a schedule that works for you.
Here’s a little of what she has to say:
“If the idea of creating any sort of cleaning schedule sounds overwhelming, try not to worry—I promise it is not as bad as it sounds. In fact, as you will see below, you can do it in three easy steps! The point of a schedule is not to make you feel guilty or to make you have more to do, but to actually relieve guilt and to create a routine that gives you more freedom and less stress. Knowing that you have a workable, manageable plan to tackle those sticky sinks and dusty dressers makes the idea of cleaning house seem a lot less overwhelming in the long run.
So bear with me. We can do this. I promise.”
Don’t forget, you can get a bunch of cleaning printables for free!
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