get your shit together with my May cleaning calendar

May Cleaning Calendar

It took me years to get organized. Then one day I decided I was doing it. I started with three simple daily tasks. And, it took me a while to do just these three things consistently. If you want to get organized, and see your house clean every day, not just once in a while, use my May cleaning calendar to help you stay on track.

Each month, I will have a new calendar for you to follow.  You can change your life, one day at a time.

Want to get your shit together?

Start with these three habits. Don’t jump into the calendar. Just do these three things every single day. Get commited to these three habits. When you’ve successfully done this for 3 weeks, then start using my cleaning calendars.

Detail clean the kitchen

Once you have done the dishes every night for three weeks, then step it up a notch. This is my detail cleaning list for the kitchen. I do this every night, but I didn’t start doing this until after I was successful with the first 3 easy habits.

Use my May cleaning calendar

I made this cleaning calendar easy to follow. Trust me if I can do this you can do this. If you don’t want to follow the calendar check out my Trello board.

May Cleaning Calendar

1

Sunday

Sunday Planning: Write your goals for the week, write your meal plan, and go grocery shopping

2

Monday

Monday: Clean your bathroom and hallways

3

Tuesday

Tuesday: Wash your bed sheets and clean your bedroom.

Wipe down kitchen chairs

4

Wednesday

Wednesday: Clean main living area and vacuum

5

Thursday

Thursday: Water plants & dust

Clean your car/s

6

Friday

Friday: Clean microwave, stove, and refrigerator

7

Saturday

Saturday: Sweep, mom, and shake off rugs.

8

Sunday

Sunday Planning: Write your goals for the week, write your meal plan, and go grocery shopping

9

Monday

Monday: Clean your bathroom and hallways

10

Tuesday

Tuesday: Wash your bed sheets and clean your bedroom.

Declutter Living Room (pick one area to declutter)

11

Wednesday

Wednesday: Clean main living area and vacuum

12

Thursday

Thursday: Water plants & dust

Wipe light switches & spot clean walls in main living area

13

Friday

Friday: Clean microwave, stove, and refrigerator

14

Saturday

Saturday: Sweep, mom, and shake off rugs.

15

Sunday

Sunday Planning: Write your goals for the week, write your meal plan, and go grocery shopping

16

Monday

Monday: Clean your bathroom and hallways

17

Tuesday

Tuesday: Wash your bed sheets and clean your bedroom.

Wipe down baseboards in main living area

18

Wednesday

Wednesday: Clean main living area and vacuum

19

Thursday

Thursday: Water plants & dust

Clean your living room furniture – vacuum under cushions, clean pet fur, wipe down furniture

20

Friday

Friday: Clean microwave, stove, and refrigerator

21

Saturday

Saturday: Sweep, mom, and shake off rugs.

22

Sunday

Sunday Planning: Write your goals for the week, write your meal plan, and go grocery shopping

23

Monday

Monday: Clean your bathroom and hallways

24

Tuesday

Tuesday: Wash your bed sheets and clean your bedroom.

Wipe mini blinds in the main living area

25

Wednesday

Wednesday: Clean main living area and vacuum

26

Thursday

Thursday: Water plants & dust

Wipe down ceiling fans & get rid of any cobwebs in main living area

27

Friday

Friday: Clean microwave, stove, and refrigerator

28

Saturday

Saturday: Sweep, mom, and shake off rugs.

29

Sunday

Sunday Planning: Write your goals for the week, write your meal plan, and go grocery shopping

30

Monday

Monday: Clean your bathroom and hallways

31

Tuesday

Tuesday: Wash your bed sheets and clean your bedroom.

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