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I think we all struggle with maintaining and cleaning our homes from time to time (if not everyday!). Having a cleaning schedule I stick to each day means that I don’t have to think about what needs to be done. This also means I can keep on top of the housework as best as I can! So here is my cleaning schedule and the tasks I complete daily to keep myself sane! The lists may look a tad long BUT, each area is broken down and is very quick to complete! It’s time to #cleanwithsteph! 

As you can see I like to delegate each day of the week to a certain area or task, so I can do a bit each day instead of doing one big clean. Then I use the weekends to refresh and restock the home!

Of course every household and family is different, so alter this schedule to suit your own needs by downloading the Empty Cleaning Template, fill it in, laminate it and hang it in your pantry to refer to each day!  If you prefer to clean once or twice a week you can simply combine areas of the house into one or two days eg. MONDAYS: Living and Kitchen, TUESDAYS: Bedrooms and Bathrooms etc)

You can download my cleaning schedule below:

STEPHS CLEANING SCHEDULE- CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD 

I have also attached another blank schedule you can download and make it your own! Click the download button below to receive an blank template!

BLANK EDITABLE SCHEDULE- CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD

I hope these schedules and templates help you keep on top of the housework, and make you feel a bit more organised! Don’t forget to tag me getting into your new cleaning routines, and use the hashtags #cleanwithsteph  #stephing! We can all get motivated and organised together!

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  1. Thanks so much Steph!! I know I personally asked for this and I am so appreciative of the work you have put into it and I’m excited! X

  2. Thank you! Printing and laminating as we speak. It’s similar to what I do but it nice to have it pretty and not scribbled on a scrap of paper

      1. absolutely! And Ive just hung it inside my pantry door near the rest of the family information and scheduling for the girls – so easy thank you Steph

  3. Hi Steph, New follower and loving your insta & blog so much already. Im such a visual person and have been wanting something like this for as long as i can remember, yours being pink and pretty is a bonus. A couple of these wont work for me on those days so having the blank to create my own is amazing!!! Thankyou so much x

  4. Thank you so much for sharing! I am looking forward to using your tips to get my home together. Headed to IKEA next weekend! 🙂

  5. Thanks so much for this!! You have such great ideas.. Just ordered some storage box’s. Determined to declutter and get organised xx

  6. This is such a great resource, and really attractive too. Your schedule would look great on a cork board! The way you’ve broken the list down into small tasks is great too as it gives you a nice sense of achievement. Thanks for sharing!

  7. Ok Steph, finally got round to printing these out and putting them on the fridge. Hopefully it helps get the family into a routine. Thanks for the freebie!

  8. When I initially commented I clicked the “Notify me when new comments are added” checkbox and now each
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  9. This looks great. My house is all over the shop and cleaning is done on an as needed/hap hazard basis (ftm of 4mo). Is there a day you should start on if things aren’t up to date. For example I like to vacuum/mop after I’ve tidied and put everything away so I wouldn’t start on that day if that makes sense.

  10. Love this post and now Tody is available on Android phones too (thanks for the recommendation) so I’m adding my cleaning schedule / your cleaning schedule haha into it 🙂

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