Spring will be here soon enough and we all will have mounts of chores that need to be done to clean off the winter mess from the inside and outside of our homes to get ready for the spring and summer. This month's organizing challenge is to create a customized spring cleaning checklist to use each year. By doing this now, you will be ready to get started with the weather gets better.
How to make a spring cleaning checklist?
Spring cleaning is a wonderful time to do some deep cleaning in various areas of your home. To help you not forget an area, creating a spring cleaning checklist will help you stay on top of every task.
This list is not for doing all in one day or even one week. By having this checklist you can spread the tasks over several weeks.
Start by writing down the tasks you do each spring and list them by rooms. Then, revisit the checklist each year to make sure the tasks are still relevant.
Here is an example of my spring cleaning list. Each year, I update and change it as new tasks come about. Feel free to use it as an example.
Also, I included this grilling checklist that will help you get your grill ready for the season. Some of you may have received this one before.
Take these lists and create your own checklist so each year, you will remember what needs to be done. Keep your customized checklist in a place to remember and modify it next year. I like to jot tasks that I may have missed on the back and update it after the tasks are done or before the next spring begins.
Start now and you will be ahead of the game. Take the challenge and make your own spring cleaning list. Please share the task you dislike the most below.
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