Ok so there is a part of me, the Teacher in me, who loves order and having everything organized in my house. Then….there’s the busy exhausted Mom in me that just wants to give up because there is always so much to do! Taking baby steps when it comes to organization is key to my success, and actually getting things done. I’m also a paper and pencil kinda’ gal and LOVE checking off things that are done along the way, that’s where these organization printables come in so handy! (affiliate link present)
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Whether you want to tackle some cleaning, organizing, and purging in June when the kids get out of school, or you want to tackle the whole house a month at a time I have some free organization printables here for you to use. Print one or all of them! There is a space next to each item on the list to check off when you get to it, and it is broken down into categories. There is so much to do around the house, yard, and garage that sometimes things get forgotten. A list helps you remember those little things that probably should’ve been purged years ago but you just never got to it. So grab your favorite cleaner (I wouldn’t be able to live without these…especially with kids), and get started. 😉
Each month is broken down into smaller sections of your house for the most part so it isn’t so overwhelming. I hope this helps you as well, and share with others who might find this handy as well. 😉 I have a few months done right now and am working on others. They will be posted a week or two before the month begins and will be linked here when they’re live on my blog. Sign up for my email newsletter to be the first to receive it too and PIN this post so you can come back when you need a new list!
- January purge checklist
- February cleaning checklist
- March cleaning checklist
- April Spring cleaning checklist
I also have a few other cleaning and purging checklists / posts here that have been handy, you can enjoy them too!
- Overall house cleaning checklist
- Meal & Freezer planning pages
- Garage Organization Ideas
- Refrigerator Clean Out Checklist
- Weekly cleaning schedule
- Bathroom cleaning checklist
- Family planner – to do list printables
- Best way to organize school paperwork
- How to organize your laundry room
- How long to keep items printable
- Linen closet organization
If you want to create a home organization binder there is an easy way to do that too, look how we did it below! Using a binder, sheet protectors and including a marker if you choose to mark each one off you can keep each page year after year and just flip thru to the month you’re on! Use dry erase markers to mark right on the sheet protector and when you’re done with them all just wipe it off and keep it for next year to check off!
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