Bullet Journal Cleaning Tracker Inspirations
Looking for some help with your spring cleaning? As always, there are Bullet Journal page ideas to do just that.
In this post, I gathered for you several ideas on how to include cleaning pages in your Bullet Journal so you get your chores done and make it fun at the same time!
A Bullet Journal cleaning tracker can be a great way to stay organized while keeping your home spic and span! You can design your own simple bullet-style list with tasks you need to do, such as dusting, vacuuming, and mopping.
Need a bit of creativity? Try some fun illustrations or color-coded lists that categorize specific areas in your home. No matter what style you choose, having a visible reminder of cleaning tasks can help you stay on top of them and make sure nothing gets left behind.
So why not give it a try? Make springtime cleaning manageable with your very own bullet journal cleaning tracker, and here are some fun inspirations.
Don’t forget to scroll until the end for freebies and more materials to help you tackle your spring cleaning.
Bullet Journal Cleaning Tracker Ideas
No matter what kind of style you want for your tracker, you'll find something that fits your aesthetic among these trackers.
Circle Cleaning Tracker
Erin has the most amazing cleaning trackers! This tracker looks clean and organized and yet it has so so much information in there – what kind of cleaning, which days, how often.
As the absolute perfection of cleaning trackers if you ask me, and all in my favorite circle format.
Pokemon Cleaning Tracker
I love how the artist is being so creative with a cleaning tracker.
I feel like it’s a very fun idea – those cute bright pokemon make cleaning look much more exciting.
Cleaning By Room Tracker
One of the ways to clean is cleaning by room. This is exactly what I represent in this tracker.
This is a great system to use when tackling something like big spring cleaning. Dividing a huge task of spring cleaning into small areas will help you to actually finish it.
Black And White Cleaning Tracker
This counts as a yearly cleaning tracker, and I love the neat look of all the tables and sections.
This is not a cleaning spread per se, but this is something that definitely will help to guide you through the cleaning process.
Cleaning is a tedious thing, and saying goodbye to that old junk we kept with us for so many years can be very hard. A page like this can help to stay on track and complete this big task.
Annual Cleaning Schedule
Another cool yearly cleaning tracker. I really like that she used different colored pens to fill them out.
Cleaning is such a chore; I’m always up for anything that can make it look better and more fun.
This is not just a tracker; this is a full-on cleaning schedule.
I love that on one side, there are small tasks that you can simply do daily, and on the right, you have different months associated with different areas to clean.
Bullet Journal Cleaning Tracker
Live this list and how bright and happy it looks. That comic-style clean word makes me wanna stand up and start cleaning right away!
The handwriting on this page is also so pretty, kind of sharp, and stylish.
Weekly Cleaning Schedule
My little weekly cleaning spread.
This is not a tracker; it’s more like a cleaning routine spread which I should look at from time to time to remind myself of all the cleaning I have to do.
Monthly Cleaning Schedule
This one is very original and like never I’ve seen before. I love that there is a key on the side and that this kind of tracker gives a good reason to have a full calendar log.
I don’t usually use a monthly log, because I have nothing much to write there, but this cleaning tracker might be exactly what I need to start using the big monthly log.
Cleaning To DO
Weekly cleaning to-do list and I love how each day has its own area to clean or something to focus.
I really like that there is also one day for rest. No chores no cleaning, just having a rest. It’s always great to have a complete day off.
February Cleaning Schedule
This spread is incredible; the flowers are so perfect!
I like that she divided all the tasks by week and each week by day. It’s always easier to actually follow through with the cleaning that way.
Yearly Cleaning Tracker
Here is my yearly cleaning tracker. As you noticed, for daily tasks I only left the space to write them down without actually creating a tracker.
I also feel like I made a few mistakes counting the weekly and bi-weekly trackers, so if you decide to recreate this one – be sure to recount those.
Cleaning To Do List
This is such a cool cleaning tracker, and I love that idea with post-it notes.
You can also use this technique on other things, such as meal planning or grocery list.
Floral Cleaning Tracker
I love the minimalist style of this spread and of course the amazing handwriting.
Liz from @bonjournal_ always had the most amazing talent for drawing flowers and that floral pattern on the right size is stunning.
A more creative way to create a cleaning schedule by areas.
I really like the blue color used for this spread, it kind of creates that calm atmosphere which is just perfect for a cleaning tracker.
House Cleaning Tracker
Another zone divided cleaning tracker. This one kind of confused me a bit.
This setup really is similar to how you would set up a weekly spread so it took me a minute to figure out what’s up on this page.
Minimalist Cleaning Schedule
A beautiful and very efficiently set-up cleaning tracker. I also really adore the beautiful brush lettering used for headers here.
Flat Cleaning Schedule
Beautiful flat cleaning checklist, divided by rooms, so pretty convenient. Perfect for a huge spring cleaning project.
Home Care Tracker
This is such a fun way to include house chores to your usual monthly habit tracker.
This isn't necessarily a tracker for everyday cleaning, but this would work very well as a tracker for a one time big cleaning project.
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Supplies For Creating A Cleaning Tracker
As always, I’ll start by saying that you can use any supplies you already have to create the cleaning tracker.
However, I always like to share my recommendations, so here they are:
- Fineliners. These are always the best pens to draw in your journal, and I recommend these ones.
- Markers. Something to add colors to your page, and as you probably already know, these are my favorites.
- Cleaning tracker stencil. This one would be super helpful when you want to do something creative but don’t have that much time.
- Cleaning stamps. Another cute item to help you add cleaning doodles to your journal without spending time actually doodling them.
- Cleaning stickers. Finally, I wanted to mention one of my favorite ways to decorate a journal when I don’t feel creative and don’t have the time – stickers. You can check these printable cleaning stickers in my shop.
I’m sure these will help you create the cutest cleaning tracker and finish all your cleaning and organization tasks.
First of all, you need to get some more ideas for your cleaning trackers!
So check this post:
- How To Manage Spring Cleaning With Your Bullet Journal
- Bullet Journal Spring Cleaning Checklist Ideas
Generally, for some more page and tracker ideas, be sure to check out these pages:
- Bullet Journal Yearly Tracker Ideas
- 21+ Free Printable Habit Trackers
- 193+ Bullet Journal Habit Tracker Ideas To Improve Your Life
- 300+ Bullet Journal Page Ideas To Organize Your Life
Free Bullet Journal Printables
I didn’t want to leave you without a freebie, so I created two cleaning-related printables.
The first is a cleaning checklist, and the second one is a Konmari decluttering checklist. Both will help you to clean out the house and keep it clean.
You can already find the in the Resources Vaul in the “Miscellaneous” section.
If you don’t have your access yet, you can always sign up in the form below.
Once you confirm your subscription, you’ll get the password to get 100+ free Bullet Journal printables to use right away.
If you’ve never used printables before, be sure to check my post How To Use Printables In Your Bullet Journal.
It’s pretty basic, and all you need is a printer, a good-quality paper, and, of course, a paper cutter.
Which one of these trackers inspired you?
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