The Journey to Clean Cleaning Card system is a way to mix up your cleaning tasks from the traditional Journey to Clean system and pace your Room of the Week tasks to your own needs!
What you'll get in the Cleaning Cards pack...
Cleaning Schedule - You'll get a new and improved version of the printable made famous in this post. It's one of the most popular cleaning routines on the internet for a reason...it works!
Room of the Week checklist - see how to divide your home into zones that will allow you to concentrate on certain areas during certain weeks of the month.
Cleaning cards - you'll receive two formats of cleaning cards in this set (in a more horizontal and in a card format). These cards break the Room of the Week checklist down into individual tasks. Simply print, cut out, and draw cards from a container as you can complete your system! I typically recommend drawing one or two a day, but this can be changed depending the time you have available.
Blank cards to add your own cleaning tasks.
When you purchase this set, you will receive a .pdf digital copy. That means you will be able to download the files for the eBook immediately and print as needed for your own personal use. This is not a physical product; nothing will be shipped to you. These files work best on 8.5x11" paper when printed in full color and can easily be printed at home.
These cards are great for my Tween kids! I cut them out and put on index cards w/directions written on back. I hand them a card and they know what to do. The blank ones that are included are perfect to add on additional tasks awhile keeping a matching set. They come with a set for both shapes- rectangle & square; perfect for index card or fat popcicle sticks.
I wish I'd found your cleaning guides years ago!! They make my life so much easier and the Week Cleaning Cards make it even fun! 🤗 It adds a bit of mystery to the weekly chore list! Thank you for all your great ideas!! 😊
My family and I have enjoyed using the cleaning cards this month to add a little variety to our chores. I like the reminder that many tasks do only take a few minutes to complete if you do them one at a time.