31 Days of Home Management Binder Printables: Day #4 Daily and Weekly Chore Schedule

Welcome back to Day 4 of our series on building your Home Management Binder.

Today’s printable is a Daily and Weekly Chore Schedule.  This list is the core of my home management binder.  I use this list daily to keep on top of household chores.

On my To Do List with my Time Schedule, I schedule in times for daily chores.  That is when I refer to this list.  I also have a monthly list that I try to incorporate into my daily to do list as well.  I’ll be sharing that with you tomorrow. :)

One other thing I do with my chores is to overlap them with my kids’ chore charts.  In other words, the chores you see on the list below are the chores that need to be done.  Just because they are on “my” list, doesn’t necessarily mean “I’m” doing them. :)  Often, vacuuming and dusting are on the kids’ lists.  I’ll show you how I arrange that some day when I share my kids’ chore charts with you.

Feel free to download this printable, but please respect my copyright.  This printable is © Copyright 2012 Organizing Homelife and is intended for personal use only.  Please do not distribute this file for free or for profit without written consent.  Thank you!

To download, click on the image below.  A .pdf file will open in another screen.

P.S.  A little tip to keep you from having to print this out a zillion times:  Print it out and put it in a plastic page protector, and write on the plastic with a dry erase marker.

You can also download a blank version so you can fill in your own chores.  Simply click on the image to download.

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Printables are viewed the best in Google Chrome, Safari, or Firefox internet browsers.  Internet Explorer seems to have trouble with printables.

Feel free to click through to all of the 31 Days below, or you can purchase the entire set in one downloadable file here.

Complete Set of Home Management Printables

31 Days of Home Management Binder Printables:

1 - The Cover
2 - 2013 Calendar
3 - To Do List with Time Schedule
31 Days Intro.
The Cover
2012-2013 Calendar
To Do List with Time Schedule
4 - Daily and Weekly Chore Schedule
5 - Monthly Zone Chores
6 - Monthly Bill Pay Schedule
7 - Monthly Budget
Daily & Weekly Chore Schedule
Monthly Zone Chores
Monthly Bill Pay Schedule
Monthly Budget
8 - Contact List - Our Neighbors
9 - Contact List - Our Family
10 - Contact List - Our Friends
11 - Contact List - Medical & Health
Contact List – Our Neighbors
Contact List – Our Family
Contact List – Our Friends
Contact List – Medical & Health
12 - Contact List - Insurance Policies
13 - Contact List - Utilities & Services
14 - Contact List - School Info. 1
15 - Contact List - School Info. 2
Contact List – Insurance Policies
Contact List – Utilities & Services
Contact List – School Info. 1
Contact List – School Info. 2
16 - Contact List - School Info. 3
17 - Website User Names & Passwords
18 - Books & Movies
19 - Birthdays & Anniversaries
Contact List – School Info. 3
Website User Names & Passwords
Books & Movies
Birthdays & Anniversaries
20 - Household Projects
21 - Babysitter Notes
22 - Home Maintenance Schedule
23 - Auto Maintenance Log
Household Projects
Babysitter Notes
Home Maintenance Schedule
Auto Maintenance Log
24 - Weekly Meal Planner
25 - Our Favorite Recipes
26 - Favorite Meals for Entertaining
27 - Freezer Inventory
Weekly Meal Planner
Our Favorite Recipes
Favorite Meals for Entertaining
Freezer Inventory
28 - Favorite Take Out Places
29 - Recipes to Try
30 - Holiday Meal Planner
31 - Section Dividers
Favorite Take Out Places
Recipes to Try
Holiday Meal Planner
Section Dividers

 

Comments

  1. Dawn says

    This is great! I’m having such fun putting together the home management binder, and my 8 yr-old is having fun making her own planner alongside me each day! :) I’m inspired!

    I was wondering if the blank version of this chore planner page can be modified in the Acrobat reader? I’d love to type my chores in, and then print it out without having to write them in each day. Thanks! :)

    • says

      Hi Dawn! I’m so glad you are enjoying the binder printables. :) I WISH I could offer you editable forms, in fact that is part of the reason I started blogging. However, I didn’t know until I started looking into it that I would need a professional PDF software in order to offer the printables in a form that you could edit. That type of software costs about $500! Maybe someday! :)

      • Dawn says

        Oooh! I never knew that it would cost so much! Thanks for your response- I appreciate it! I still love the printables! :)

        • Michelle says

          Yes Dawn, Thank you so much!

          Ginny, I saved Dawn’s pdf as an excel spreadsheet!

          It doesn’t look as pretty of course but you are able to type your own chores in!

        • Jen says

          Print out the chore planner page, then hand write in your chores and keep this as a master. Then you can make copies on your printer each time you need another copy. This way you aren’t rewriting them each time…just making copies.

  2. says

    I love these printables so far! Before this I was gathering pages to put in a binder but had yet to actually print any out let alone put the binder together. It just felt so intimidating to do all at once. Today I laminated the daily/weekly chore list and 7 to do lists and bought some wet erase markers so that they writing doesn’t accidentally get rubbed off before I am ready.

  3. says

    Hi Ginny! This is awesome. I have a cleaning plan I’ve been using but I need to spruce it up, so I am going to try yours. In regards to a comment above I was able to download your blank file and then add my own text in adobe reader. So in regards to what Dawn was asking, I think it is possible. I just clicked “add text” and it worked. Thanks for sharing all of these amazing resources.

  4. Jennie M. says

    Thank you so much for sharing your beautiful lists! I have been trying to get organized and these are exactly what I have been looking for!

  5. Robin says

    Hi Ginny! Thank you so much for these printables. They are going to be very helpful. I do have a suggestion though. Could you make a page that receipts could be wrote down? I coupon and I want to start keeping track of what my total was before coupons and what I actually paid. Trying to stay in my grocery budget and I think this would help me do that. Plus it would be pretty and match the rest of your printables. Thanks again!!!!

  6. Amanda Burt says

    Good afternoon, I found you after following the link with Money Saving Mom and have been loving your series. Each day I find myself eager to see what else you have come up with. It’s like Christmas morning each day! lol (I am easy to please). Anyway, I have been using your Daily/weekly plan and wanted to ask you, what do you mean by “easy clean bathroom”? Also, the Laundry #1 and #2 do you mean all parts (wash,dry, fold, put away in AM and again in PM? Just curious. Thanks again for all that you have been doing, truly a great help!

  7. says

    Thank you so much for this whole series! I have been working on overhauling my organizational strategies and this came just in time! I can’t thank you enough!

  8. says

    I was wondering if you have any special forms you use for blog planning. I LOVE all of your printables and was thinking, as organized as you are, you probably have some you use for blog planning. Is that something you’d share sometime?

  9. Shannon says

    I love that your daily chore list has a spot to count your 8 glasses of water for the day!
    I find using lists very helpful but I don’t think I would remember if they were in a binder. I am going to try to find a way o organize them on my wall without it looking cluttered.

  10. Louisa Hall says

    Ginny,
    Thanks so much for the printables. I am just making my first household management folder and wanted to know if you print a Daily and weekly printable just once as you master plan or if you do a new one everyday?
    Thanks hope that made sense.

    • says

      It totally made sense, Louisa! I put my printables in plastic page protectors. That way, I can use wet erase markers and simply wipe the schedule clean for a new day. Hope that helps! :)

  11. Mel says

    Hi Ginny, I have just come across your amazing binder. I have been so disorganised lately and came on line to find ideas to help and am so glad to have found these. Just downloaded and printed the daily, weekly and monthly chores and meal planners and looking forward to using them, thanks so much xx

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