CLEANING PLAN

BULLET JOURNAL SETUP

It always seems like there is so much cleaning to get through.  With Pete and I both working out of the house (and him having clients here) it makes it even harder to stay on top of.  This handy Bullet Journal Cleaning Spread helps me keep the house looking presentable.

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THE TOOLS I USED

  • TomBow Dual Brush Pens

  • N60 – Cool Gray

  • 992 – Sand

  • XXX – Red

  • Staedtler Triplus Fineliner .3mm

  • Red, Brown & Black

  • Black Pigma Micron 08

  • Leuchtturm1917 Dot Journal

  • Bic Mechanical Pencil .7mm

  • Moo Professional Eraser

HOW I DID IT

STEP 1

BRAINSTORM

I always like to start with a good brainstorm.  This way I can have a starting plcae for what I need to get into my schedule.  Since I was going to be moving everything around I did it in Excel to speed up my process.

STEP 2

SKETCH

Since there was so much to track I jumped in and started sketching out the sections.  The best thing about Bullet Journaling is that you can change it next month if it’s not working as expected.  

STEP 3

UTILIZE

All filled in and it worked pretty well for the most part.  I have a hard time with the daily items being so far from where my other daily tasks are listed but it did help me make sure things were getting done with a quick glance.

So as you can see this Bullet Journal Cleaning Spread has been quite helpful.  It’s nice to have one place to track the household chores.  This is also good if you skip something one week.  You have a visual representation of what you still need to take care of…..other than the dust.

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