Spring Cleaning Checklist – Free Printable

Free Printable Spring Cleaning Checklist by Just a Girl and Her Blog

Hey, Mom 4 Real readers! It’s Abby from Just a Girl and Her Blog again, and I’m back with another pretty organizational printable! It’s the time of year when we all start thinking about spring cleaning, right? And while cleaning doesn’t top my list of favorite activities, I do really love feeling like my home is fresh and ready to go when spring finally rolls around. In an attempt to stay on top of my spring cleaning duties this year, I put together a simple printable spring cleaning checklist to help me keep track of what needs to be done in each room.

Spring Cleaning Checklist by Just a Girl and Her Blog

{Click here to download free Spring Cleaning Checklist!}

Along with space to list tasks, I’ve also included a column to add a due date {I know I’m more likely to get something done if I have a deadline!} and a place to check off each task as it is completed. {Who doesn’t love checking things off the list?!}

Spring Cleaning Checklist by Just a Girl and Her Blog

When assigning due dates to my tasks, I decided to tackle one area of the house each week– the living room the first week, the dining room the second week, the kitchen the third week, etc. {With two crazy boys running around, one area per week is realistic for me at this stage. You could always move faster or slower depending on your situation!} You could also assign due dates by task– scrub all of the windows one day, clean under all of the furniture the next, and so forth. And of course, if you have a larger home, you may need multiple sheets to list all of your rooms.

Spring Cleaning Checklist by Just a Girl and Her Blog

While having everything all written out in one place may seem daunting at first, once I start checking things off, it gives me a lot of motivation to keep going! The more checks I have on my list, the smaller the task seems, and I am encouraged to do more and more so I can have everything completed.

Cleaning may not be the most fun thing in the world, but when it is broken up into smaller chunks, it is definitely manageable. And if you have littles running around your house like I do, assign them some of the jobs, too! My 5 year old is already an expert duster, and my two year old “helps” by wiping the baseboards since he’s already closer to them anyway. :-D

Thanks again to Jessica for letting me invade her blog today, and thank you so much for reading! If you’re looking for more printables to help you get organized, I’d love to have you over for a visit to Just a Girl and Her Blog! Some of the goodies you’ll find include printables for organizing hand-me-downs

Organizing Hand-Me-Downs by Just a Girl and Her Blog

…and printables to help organize your next trip to the grocery store.

How to Save Time and Money at the Grocery Store by Just a Girl and Her Blog

Happy cleaning! Have a wonderful week!

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