Bullet Journal Planner | Spring Cleaning | Project Planning

A few times a year I get the urge to DEEP clean my house from top to bottom.  Sometimes I ignore that feeling and go to my craft room to create until it passes. Eventually though, the urge is so strong that I have I have to just set aside some time and do my "spring cleaning".  Looking at our 2 story house and thinking of cleaning it top to bottom can feel overwhelming.  Just like any big project you may face, it becomes easier when we break it down into manageable steps.  That's what I did in this video.

Love these banner stamps for those days I don't feel like trying to draw them myself.

Check boxes for shelves, cabinets and drawers so I can cross even more items off my to-do list.  Am I the only one that likes to check off items on my lists?  Writing everything down reduces my stress, checking them off the list makes me feel as though I've accomplished something.

If you don't want to stamp, you can simply write out your tasks and draw boxes like I have on the right hand page.  I was originally planning on having my spring cleaning following this page, but that didn't happen.  Instead I filled up the "leftover" pages in my bullet journal planner with all my little projects.

Easy Pennants and Banners Stamp Set by Joan Robertson at Artsy Faith

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Stampin' Up:
Clear Block B & C & H, Very Vanilla Cardstock, Smoky Slate Ink, Soft Sky Ink, Tip Top Taupe

Ellen Huston



1 comment:

foleysfriend said...

You're not alone; I'm thinking that my brain equates the checking off a box in my bullet journal with getting a gold star; Making progress!