First of all, can I announce the winner of the digital downloads from Northern Whimsy? (It’s my blog, sure I can! HA!) So…Alli Rutherford Smith, YOU are the winner!!! Congratulations to you!!! Shoot me an email at Kristen@theroadtodomestication.com and I’ll get ya all set up!
I’ll admit it. It’s nothing you don’t already know, so that makes it easier. I’m a clean freak.
Yes, it’s true. But, believe it or not, I’ve actually gotten much more relaxed than I used to be! (You can stop laughing any time now.)
Still, there are some things that are very easy for me to obsess over. For instance: when I sit down on the couch at the end of the day and I’ve worked the full time job for 8 hours and then the part time for 2-3 more hours and then I’m trying to work on the blog until I fall asleep and I look up and see the filthiness that is the set of sliding glass doors that lead to the back porch…I get a little agitated. Suddenly I notice dirt everywhere, and then I feel the need to get up and clean and then I’m tired and overwhelmed…you get the idea.
I tossed this around in my head for a while: how do I spread out all the cleaning that needs to be done across a week so not one day is more loaded than any other? How about across a month? A year? Hmmm…
You may remember when I solved PART of that problem a few months ago with my Weekly Chore List Printable. (If you missed that post, no worries, just CLICK HERE and you can check it out…and still get that free printable!) So that was that, and it’s been working pretty well so far. But I still needed to work on the cleaning items that needed to be accomplished once a month, or once a quarter, or once a year, even.
I searched Pinterest and Etsy and the blogosphere, looking for the type of printable I needed. Of course, when all else fails, I did what I always do: I made it myself.
So here’s what I’ve done: I’ve really just made a few simple and pretty lists!
Weekly, Monthly, and I’ve split the year up into quarters:
(I obviously have the other quarters, as well, I just won’t use the space to display them here!)
These are very simple, and they’re simple on purpose. I already have an actual paper planner/calendar, and I also have my Outlook calendar at work, so the last thing I needed was one more calendar. I mean, come on! What I wanted was to be able to space things out easily in a clean format, so this is what I came up with!
Now, the cool thing is, you can use these for just about anything. Notice that none of them say anything about cleaning anywhere. So you can use these for any of your lists, really! I hope you find them helpful! And pretty! (Because even if I don’t necessarily LOVE what I’m writing down, I’ll like it a lot more if I can write it on something pretty! I’m such a GIRL like that!)
And, for those of you who are just plain NOSY (don’t apologize, I’m right there with ya!), here are MINE!
Now you can see how I have everything spaced out! Have I forgotten anything? I sure hope not!
And now, for YOU!
Hope you all enjoy! Share with a friend, too! And Happy Friday!