Bullet Journal Spring Cleaning Checklist Ideas
Among all the Bullet Journal page ideas you can definitely find something to help you with pretty much any area of your life, including spring cleaning.
In this blog post, you’ll find some inspiration on how to manage the enormous task of cleaning your house with the help of your Bullet journal.
Spring cleaning has become an annual tradition seen far and wide as we tidy our homes from top-to-bottom, de-cluttering and organizing both inside and outside.
This might seem like a daunting task, but you definitely can make it easier on yourself with a help of your Bullet Journal.
Be sure to scroll until the end for more ideas and a free printable Bullet Journal spring cleaning checklist.
Bullet Journal Spring Cleaning Checklist Ideas
Why not get a jump start on your cleaning game and add a cleaning schedule to your Bullet Journal for the ultimate organization?
It's an excellent way to keep track of what you've cleaned, and it will help keep you motivated since you'll always be able to see what's next. You can customize it in any way you'd like, from daily chores to seasonal deep cleans!
Not only that, but having a Bullet Journal cleaning schedule will free up some mental space – you won't have to worry about forgetting chores or running out of cleaning supplies.
Spring Cleaning List
A very simple spread but very functional and it has all you need to have a clean and organized house. I especially love the beautiful color combination used here.
Spring Cleaning Checklist
A beautiful checklist that makes sure you pay attention to every room and do every chore. I love the little ext in the corner to remind you of the best way to tackle cleaning.
This is such a beautiful and well-organized page for a cleaning routine! And it can function as a yearly routine. Create once and use it for the entire year.
Clean By Room
Definitely, one of the best ways tp organize spring cleaning is to divide it by rooms and conquer from there.
This one would work for big spring cleaning, as well as can be a good reminder of the little things to keep on doing and maintain the clean space all year long.
Colorful Cleaning Schedule
I love this spr4ead, the cleaning doodles, and, of course, the colors! It's also fun that there is a special area here for seasonal cleaning to do.
An interesting way to schedule your cleaning, and I love that it includes a floor plan and has a color coding on how often to do the cleaning chores.
A fun and easy spring cleaning checklist. I like that it also has a section for supplies, something definitely worth considering.
Clean House Tasks
A cute and well-structured tracker ensures you always stay on top of your cleaning tasks. And I bet with those stencils, it didn't even take that much time to set up.
Master Cleaning Schedule
I love this page and the minimalist approach to designing it really makes it look so clean and organized.
I love this page and how it's a blueprint of the house. I think it's a very creative way to make cleaning pages more fun.
This is a beautiful and colorful way to plan your spring cleaning. I feel like the colors make me want to start cleaning and building that perfectly clean and organized house.
Even though this one, in particular, is called "covid cleaning", the same format will work for any type of cleaning, including spring cleaning.
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Supplies For Creating A Cleaning Checklist
If you’re looking for some stationery recommendations for creating pages like these in your journal, this is it.
Here are the supplies I’d recommend you try:
- Fineliners. I always say that fineliners are the blood of all your Bullet Journal pages. I recommend these.
- Markers. Something to add color and fun to your cleaning pages. These are my favorite.
- Stencils. This set of stencils will allow you to create beautiful banners and headers easily.
- Cleaning stencil. This one is specifically made for creating cleaning pages and will definitely help you speed up the process.
I don’t have that many cleaning-related posts, but I’m sure you’ll find these few useful:
And, of course, you can check my list with 300+ Bullet Journal Page Ideas for some more inspiration on how to get the most out of your journal.
Finally, I wanted to leave you with some free printables that can help you with your cleaning needs.
It’s two checklists – one is KonMari to help you organize your house, and the other one is a cleaning checklist. You can find them all already in the Resources Vault.
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Which of these checklists are you thinking of replicating in your Bullet Journal?
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