Welcome to Day 5 of our series on building your Home Management Binder.
Today’s printable is a Monthly “Zones” Chore Schedule. This list is comprised of chores that only need to be done once a month. Every week, plan in a day during your Weekly Chore time for getting one “zone” from your Monthly Zone chart completed.
For example: This week I’m working on my ‘kitchen and powder room’ zone. During my weekly cleaning time, I will also clean the list from this zone. Next week I’ll work on the ‘bedrooms’ zone. I have four zones set up. If there is a fifth week in a month, just use it to catch up on those things you missed.
If you work on one zone per week (with an occasional catch-up week), you will have cleaned these areas once in a month. Next month, start over! (Yes, cleaning is like that, isn’t it? 😉 )
You may find that some chores on my list you like to do more or less often, so I have a blank printable for you to fill out your own schedule. 🙂
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I really like your forms a lot. I was wondering what program you created them in?
Thanks, Maureen. I use several different programs. It depends on what type of printable I’m making. The ones I use the most are Publisher and Gimp (which is a free version of Photoshop). 🙂
Hi Ginny — I found your series from Pinterest and am really enjoying your blog and this series of binder printables! I hate to even ask, but by any chance do you have a low-ink version of these? The color and style are super cute and I would love to print them that way, but my worn out black laser printer is struggling to spit out the grayscale versions. Any possibility of getting these in a minimal ink version (borders especially are the culprits)?
Again, love it all! Thanks so much for sharing!
thank you so much! being a military spouse, I need structure, this is sure to help!
You’re welcome, Salla. I’m glad you found it helpful. 🙂
You do beautiful work!
Thank you so much for these wonderful printables! I was wondering if there was any way that we could type in our own monthly zone chores into this form?
Thanks so much,
You’re welcome, Melissa. Unfortunately, at this point they are not editable, but stay tuned because I have some big news coming soon!!! 🙂
I found your page via Pinterest.
I am from Holland and I just love your printables. So I printed it all and making my own family binder now. I love your ideas and I ope there are more to come.
Have a great weekend.
Greetings from Holland!
Hi Jessica! I’m glad you stopped in for a visit! Enjoy you binder. 🙂
I have been downloading your forms tonight and I wanted to thank you for making them! 🙂
You’re welcome, Cristy! I hope you enjoy them. 🙂
I have been downloading your printables today.
they fit my style.