Hi I’m Louise and I’m delighted to be able to share a printable today that will help you kick start your spring cleaning.
This printable has a pop of color and some categories for areas in your home, to encourage you to get your cleaning started.
Splitting up the areas in your home will help you focus on the tasks you need to accomplish and you can tick the task off when completed. I love to be able to feel like I am achieving something as it can be a bit overwhelming if you look at spring cleaning as one big task.
Opening the windows in your house and letting the fresh air in or organizing your seasonal clothes are tasks that can be simple or more time consuming, but if you can break down the more time consuming tasks, you’ll feel better when you can tick them off as you have completed them.
It is great when you can feel like you have made some progress is cleaning, tidying or organizing in your home and can let go of winter and look forward to the spring and summer.
You can print your own copy of the Spring Cleaning Checklist over HERE.
Thank you, Louise, for sharing this beautiful Spring Cleaning printable with The Taylor House readers! I can’t wait to use it myself!
Louise has a beautiful blog called My May Sunshine where she has several other amazing projects!
Here are a couple of my favorites!
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