It all starts in the evening, the night before…
Be sure the dishes are done and the kitchen counters are wiped down. Sit down and write up your to-do list for the next day. Do a quick clean up of stray things on your way to bed. Set out your outfit for the next day.
Start the day off right
Get up early enough to complete several household tasks (such as laundry, and making beds) and to think about what’s for dinner. Touch up bathrooms, make beds, and tidy the kitchen after breakfast. Laundry can also usually sneak up on you and be Mt. Vesuvius before you know it so adding a laundry chore to your mornings is wise in households with several people.
Reboot in the afternoon
Later in the day is the time to bring it all together and leave your home ready for the next day. Deal with the load of laundry you washed in the morning. Prepare and serve the dinner you planned in the morning or the night before. Leave the kitchen spotless for morning time. Pick up odds and ends around the house on your way to bed.
Write it Down
We know that mommy brain doesn’t go away with the birth of the baby put all these details down on a Daily Homemaking Schedule template. A nice one has a place for your daily routine, a section to list the meals you will cook today, a section for any household chores, and a section for any appointments and calls to make.
Tools to help you with your Daily Homemaking Routine
Check out this vintage daily homemaking schedule