These bullet journal ideas were created because we fast approach spring cleaning season.
Like me, do you dread that time of year when you see the sun come out and you finally see all of the dust that coats your entire house?
Finally.. My house will be clean.
I’ve got garbage bags so I can donate a lot of my stuff to charity and I’m choosing the best way to add a chore tracker to my bullet journal!
15 Bullet Journal Ideas To Crush Your Chore List!
I LOVE all of the incredible stencils that you can purchase for your bullet journal!
This house-shaped stencil is genius, and I love the layout idea to help you organise your cleaning tasks.
Spring Cleaning Bullet Journal Ideas
Megan from PageFlutter has nailed it with this series of layouts!
Using the KonMari method, Megan has created layouts to clean her house completely.
The KonMari method is something created by Mari Kondo, author of “The Life-Changing Magic Of Tidying Up”.
Clean Your House! Bullet Journal Ideas
This is a perfect, simple one-page layout that is an ideal way to organise your tasks all in one place.
You can coordinate tasks by room or by chore type. I will utilise this type of tracker when it comes to organising my cleaning and organisation!
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Beautifully Elegant Cleaning Schedule
Bon Journal is one of my favourite BuJo Instagram accounts! Her style is minimalist, which I tried to do but couldn’t resist adding a pop of colour.
In this layout, Liz divided her tasks into Daily, Weekly, Monthly and Yearly which is an excellent idea! It means that you can keep on top of your cleaning tasks and hopefully the spring cleaning won’t be too painful!
Ask Yourself These Questions When You Declutter
This is such a great idea!! If you struggle deciding what you should throw out or donate, asking yourself these questions or just the one question “does this spark joy?” (thanks, Marie Kondo!).
Weekly Cleaning Schedule
First I have to commend Deena’s incredible handwriting! It’s beautiful. A lot of the bullet journal ideas shared in this post today entail weekly calendars/trackers as it seems to be the most popular.
I really like the way Deena added the rooms in grey marker; I could do something similar with pastel shades.
Cleaning Schedule Bullet Journal Ideas
I’m in love with this idea because you could use different colours to create a rainbow schedule! That might make it a little more fun to fill in.
It looks like Ruthie used four squares to signify weeks in a month, although, there can be up to 6 weeks in one single month, depending on where the month falls, so I’m not sure how that works. I suppose you could just follow the week number (out of 52) if that makes sense to you.
A Colourful Cleaning Schedule
When another blogger created a printable cleaning schedule, Nikki had the sense to adapt it to her needs and fit her bullet journal.
Exactly the way I did with my batching tracker (see here). It’s a great idea, and it means you can find a printable cleaning schedule online and create a version to suit you.
Cleaning Routine By @llamaletters on Youtube
This is a long video so you may want to try and speed it up if you can. It’s well worth a watch though!
Cleaning Schedule Bullet Journal Ideas
This is one of my favourite bullet journal ideas for tracking your chores! Micah did a marvellous job with those circles. I tried creating circles in my bullet journal with a stencil, and I still struggled.
If I can master those circles, I will definitely recreate this layout in my own journal.
The Other Side Of The Previous Layout
Micah did something similar to Liz from Bon Journal but took it a step further and added mini schedulers beside the type of task. A genius idea!
Insanely Neat Handwriting Cleaning Schedule
A yearly cleaning schedule similar to that created by Liz and Micah above. I love the simplicity of this layout. It will be effortless to recreate.
Fineliners are also my favourite pens! The 0.1 is the pen I use for absolutely everything but I have the entire set.
Watercolour Hexagon Cleaning Calendar
If you’ve seen my Instagram, you may have guessed that I enjoy using watercolours in the bullet journal.
I was surprised to see watercolours being used in the Leuchtturm journal as I found them to bleed HEAVILY through experiences but I’m impressed with this layout!
If you want to use ink and watercolours like this in a journal, go with the Rhodiarama. It's thicker and there is no page numbers BUT handles 'wet' quite well. Especially if you compare it to the Leucttrum journal.
Weekly Cleaning Calendar
Adding a layout like this can be great if you like to take your bullet journal month to month. You could also just use one page like this if your weekly cleaning tasks are going to remain the same all year long.
Cleaning Areas Divided By Zones, Bullet Journal Layout
Like Christina77Star, BJA has made great use of coloured pencils in her journal! I love using colouring pencils in my journal.
Are you almost ready for Spring? It's right around the corner! Between this post and last weeks post; cleaning hacks, my house is going to sparkle and shine.