Weekly Cleaning Rhythm Printable

I mentioned awhile back that I was creating a weekly cleaning rhythm PDF and heeeere she is! I hope you love it as much as I do and are able to smoothly integrate it into the rhythm of your home. This print out is designed to hang somewhere where you’ll be able to check items off as you go, starting with simple everyday tasks and then moving onto more detailed weekly chores. Each new day invites you to set a mindful intention and then lists several items to be done to keep your home clean and tidy. I have added one additional line for you to write in a chore if you prefer, or perhaps a little reminder for that day.

Know that this tool can be used as an anchor for you return to you when you are feeling a bit off and need realignment, or simply something you use daily to help you out. It’s up to you! As Lousia May Alcott said, “The humblest tasks get beautified if loving hands do them.” I hope this simple tool will add more beauty to your cleaning rhythm and to your home.

CLICK HERE TO PRINT THIS WEEKLY CLEANING RHYTHM

 

With Care, Amanda

  • Kate

    Oh, I love this! Thank you for sharing 🙂ReplyCancel

  • This is amazing! I created a cleaning template for our family one time, but it was nothing as good as this. Thank you so much for sharing! xxReplyCancel

  • wonderful! i agree that having a cleaning rhythm helps keep everything grounded if there’s a crazy season at the door. thanks for taking the time to make this! xoxoReplyCancel

  • Emily

    I LOVE this post! I am not a stay at home mother, but can achieve these tasks daily! What a great format!

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  • I love this! But when I tried to download the PDF file it was blank 🙁ReplyCancel

    • admin

      Tamara, I would try again, I have had several share that it has worked and I am not getting any issues here! If not, I can always email it to you 🙂 x AmandaReplyCancel

    • so does here 🙁ReplyCancel

      • admin

        Lily, let me know if you still cannot get it to print. I am not sure why it is working for some and not others. Maybe convert the PDF to a JPG? Otherwise I’d be happy to email you the link to see if that works! x AmandaReplyCancel

      • Gillian connole

        Would you please email me the cleaning scheduleReplyCancel

        • admin

          Gillian, it should be good to go if you switch the settings on your printer to a PDF. x AmandaReplyCancel

  • Alyssa

    Ahh!! This is SO good. Thank you, thank you, thank you!ReplyCancel

  • Katie

    Thanks for sharing this as I feel like keeping a clean home is my biggest struggle with three littles. I can open the PDF but when I try to print it is just blank.ReplyCancel

    • admin

      Katie, I would try again, I have had several share that it has worked and I am not getting any issues here! If not, I can always email it to you 🙂 x AmandaReplyCancel

  • Hayley Kristensen

    I love this but I too am not able to print. The pdf is blank.ReplyCancel

    • admin

      Hayley, let me know if you still cannot get it to print. I am not sure why it is working for some and not others. Maybe convert the PDF to a JPG? Otherwise I’d be happy to email you the link to see if that works! x AmandaReplyCancel

  • Jessica

    How do you manage to clean so much with 3 kids? What do they do while you clean? I am struggling to keep the house clean with only 2!ReplyCancel

    • admin

      Jessica, here’s what I responded to Brooke and I’ll share the same with you sweet mama…Gosh I have been there girl! You are talking to someone who gets overwhelmed super easily…you’re not alone. Being a mom is the hardest thing in the world and sometimes tidying the home feels like the last thing you need to be doing. I have learned to let go of some things that are not live-giving and are wasting my time and devote the hours I do have during the day to things that make life better, happier and easier for me. I feel that when I am able to get some of these tasks done I am just more positive and that energy spills over into other areas of my life, such as mothering. If you feel like you have too much on your plate know that you can take a few things off to help. This is coming from a gentle place from someone who tends to pile her plate far too high! Sending you love today! x AmandaReplyCancel

  • Thanks so much Amanda 🙂 This is a really lovely way of setting it all out. xxReplyCancel

  • wulan

    ohh thank you for sharing this…this open up my mind after no longer working … then I know what to do at home and not rushing everthing in single day…ReplyCancel

    • admin

      Wulan, I used to save everything for one day as well and it became too much! I hope this helps you out, dear! x AmandaReplyCancel

  • Emilee

    What a great little gift this PDF is. Thank you for taking the time to make and share this with your readers. Have a blessed evening.ReplyCancel

    • admin

      Emilee, this makes me so happy to hear. I love that it is blessing you! x AmandaReplyCancel

  • Jennifer Fanucci

    Aw, I was so looking forward to this but I can’t for the life of me get it to print. 🙁ReplyCancel

    • admin

      Jennifer, let me know if you still cannot get it to print! I am not sure why it is working for some and not others. Maybe convert the PDF to a JPG? Otherwise I’d be happy to email you the link to see if that works. x AmandaReplyCancel

  • Brooke

    I’m with Jessica..how do you do it.. I have 2 kids and barely get through the every day tidy let alone all that and shower and cook dinner etc
    I’m overwhelmedReplyCancel

    • admin

      Brooke, gosh I have been there girl! You are talking to someone who gets overwhelmed super easily…you’re not alone. Being a mom is the hardest thing in the world and sometimes tidying the home feels like the last thing you need to be doing. I have learned to let go of some things that are not live-giving and are wasting my time and devote the hours I do have during the day to things that make life better, happier and easier for me. I feel that when I am able to get some of these tasks done I am just more positive and that energy spills over into other areas of my life, such as mothering. If you feel like you have too much on your plate know that you can take a few things off to help. This is coming from a gentle place from someone who tends to pile her plate far too high! Sending you love today! x AmandaReplyCancel

  • Elise

    Thanks for this — it’s lovely. Out of curiosity, how much of this would you have gotten done when your babies were little (6 mo or less)? I feel like simple daily chores are about all we can manage with 3 little ones. 😩😃ReplyCancel

    • admin

      Elise, you’re welcome! I think you’ll find that there will be some days you can accomplish most of these tasks with out a problem and things will flow, and then some weeks where you can’t. That’s all okay! Do what you can and know that that’s enough. This is a rhythm that I eased into and found helps me at home. We’ve got three little turkeys five and under and I know all too well that life can feel rushed, having an anchor in place helps ground me so things don’t feel so overwhelming but I know that’s not how everyone operates. Just do what you feel is a good fit for you mama! x AmandaReplyCancel

  • Eda

    So happy you posted this! Thanks for sharing and for helping a busy and pregnant mama out. xo from sunny BernReplyCancel

  • Allison

    Yay! Thank you so much! I’ve been looking forward to this and I’m excited to use this in our home!ReplyCancel

  • Erin

    I could not get it to print either. 🙁

    I work full time but I will try to tweak this to work for me (so that I am not in the office 8-5 and then cleaning until bedtime!).ReplyCancel

  • Norma Aguilar

    If you could email this to me. I can’t get it to print no matter what I try. I’d appreciate this♥ Thank you.ReplyCancel

  • Amanda

    Thank you so much for taking the time to do this! It is beautiful and perfect to help me get into a rhythm this Spring! XoReplyCancel

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  • Anna

    Ahhh – I love this! Thank you!ReplyCancel

  • I’ve been following along your Instagram for years and just adore the positivity and light that you post. Thank you for sharing. Wishing the best to you and your family.ReplyCancel

  • Lisa

    Dear Amanda, thanks for sharing this great PDF – now I will master my cleaning routine at home much better 😉
    It’s so kind of you to put all the effort in your great webside and all the tips and tricks you share with us all!
    Lots of love from Germany, LisaReplyCancel

  • Whit

    Just thought this might help those having trouble printing…when I tried to print a PDF, it was blank. But, when I saved the actual image as actual jpeg I was able to print it just fine. Thank so much, Amanda!ReplyCancel

  • carli

    This is gorgeous! Thank you~ I am going to try to put into practice some of the daily tasks that you have outlined. I love that you have a word or two for each day.ReplyCancel

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  • Yasmin

    I began following you on IG last year when I was pregnant with my daughter and LOVE your feed and stories. You have a beautiful family and are definitely inspiring me to be a better mom/wife/woman!
    Now that my daughter is 6mos and things are finally getting to a manageable place; however, I still find my house in an organized mess no matter how hard I try to get it spotless each week. I absolutely love the idea of your cleaning to-do list and was wondering if there was the ability to download the PDF but change the days of the week around?
    Thanks for being a great inspiration!ReplyCancel

  • Linds

    Could you please email me the PDF–cannot get it to print? Thanks!ReplyCancel

  • Katherine Bracy

    Just curious…what program did you use to create this PDF? I need to create a daily checklist and I am finding the fonts in Word uninspiring. Thank you!ReplyCancel

    • admin

      Katherine, photoshop. I made the fonts weekly fonts with watercolors and they were scanned in! x AmandaReplyCancel

  • Bridget Park

    Thank you for taking the time to make this, wonderful girl ~ and so beautifully, too. I can’t wait to use it.ReplyCancel

  • Jessie

    I love this Pdf too and am also getting a blank when trying to save or print it. I am totally missing out haha!ReplyCancel

    • admin

      Jessie, I have learned that some printers are not set up to print PDFs so if that’s the case you can save it as a JPEG and you should all set! x AmandaReplyCancel

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  • Amy

    Amanda – This is SO great. Thank you for sharing! Do you mind sharing what tool you used to create it? I’ve been wanting to create a similar doc and haven’t found Word to create the artist flair your doc has. 🙂 Thanks so much!ReplyCancel

    • admin

      Amy, it was made in Photo Shop using a blend of my water colors and type to create it. So glad you love it! x AmandaReplyCancel

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  • Mollie

    This is lovely! Any chance there’s plans to make an open template for the cleaning rhythm similar to your daily rhythm printable?ReplyCancel

    • admin

      Mollie, I am going to make one available later on this season, yes! x AmandaReplyCancel

  • Janna

    Hi Amanda, Thank you for sharing your beautiful templates. You are a huge inspiration to me. I was wondering how long you spend on your daily chores? The daily rhythm post makes it seem like you are able to do it while feeding the kids breakfast and lunch, do I have that right?ReplyCancel

  • Jill

    This is beautiful. I can’t wait to hang it up. Especially since it is alreay very close to my current rhythm.ReplyCancel

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