I’ve got a new planner for you! I’m so excited to share my Ultimate Organize House Planner with you! It’s a 20-page printable with organizing checklists for each room, a 30-day calendar with one area to tackle at a time, and ideas to keep the clutter at bay.
It’s my best planner yet!
I’m a moderate minimalist. I don’t want our home to be sparse and bare, rather selective and edited. Living simply doesn’t exactly come easy to me, but I’m learning, and it’s making my family’s life easier.
Some positives I’m seeing from living a more minimal life:
- Less mess to clean up.
- Saves money not shopping for unneeded things.
- Makes everyday life and trying to find things simpler.
- Helps use available space to its full potential.
- Feels peaceful in a clutter-free home.
I’ve created this planner walk you through decluttering each space in your home and make it more functional for you and your family! Here’s how to use this planner:
1. Deep clean
The idea is that we spend quality time purging each space very well. This initial part will take the longest. But don’t worry, I’ will walk you through each space step-by-step.
2. 30-day calendar
After we’ve walked through each room, there are still a few areas that have probably slipped through the cracks! You know, those tricky spaces we tend to avoid. We’ll tackle one task each day for a month.
3. One-week organizer
After you have organized each room, it’s important to keep up with it. Simplifying is a never-ending task, but with this one-week checklist you can easily get back on track. The more often you do it, the easier it will be each time.
You can have a completely organized, minimalistic home, but if you don’t change your mindset it won’t stay that way long! I’m going to talk about our new game plan and shopping “rules.”
I also have tips for organizing small spaces, maximizing large storage spaces and cheap bins!
There’s a section on kids’ rooms and expectations!
- Quiz to see how organized you are
- Organized mindset and shopping strategy
- Dollar store organizing ideas
- Ideas for organizing in small spaces
- Ideas to maximize large storage
- How to organize with kids
- One week to an organized house
- 30 days of organizing calendar
- Best places to donate
- Blank to-do and organizing checklists
- Living room
- Kids’ rooms
- More spaces
I hope you enjoy this planner! You can print it off and put it in a binder (I’ve included a spine for you!), have it spiral bound or laminate certain pages. If you decide to laminate checklists, you can use a dry erase marker to check things off. That way you can use it again and again!