A man from the US has shared his strict cleaning schedule with the world on Imgur, though MANY people are a little overwhelmed and claiming that the man must be ‘unemployed’ to complete so much each day, though we want to know – how does your cleaning calendar stack up?

The poster has uploaded an image of his rigid cleaning calendar which shows daily, weekly, monthly and yearly chores comprising of daily sweeping and moping.

Cleaning CalendarImage source: Imgur

We want to know, do you think this is too much to get through everyday or is it part of everyday life? SHARE your thoughts with us in the comments below.

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  • Most of these jobs do not take very long to complete. This list is very do-able.


  • That’s pretty funny.


  • Not a bad plan, not easy to execute continually tho.


  • I think the list is useful, it’s whether or not you have the time to incorporate the whole lot. I’ve learnt not to be so hard on myself – nobody is going to remember in 50 years time whether or not the ironing was done exactly on time. Having said all of that, I like to try and keep some routine, as it helps me to maintain order with a very busy lifestyle.

    • Routine and order does help and then it is out the way too!


  • yeah he keeps on top of his work so it would never be too bad. i think that those yearly things, i do them every few months so i am a bit more ocd about cleaning though

    • yes it is good to see a man who cleans! love it


  • Very interested to know if anyone uses a regime similar to this? I’m keen to create one – hope it doesn’t mean I’m becoming ocd just very excited to get organised… if it’s possible


  • man completes cleamimg regime


  • I never really took any notice of how much work I actually do. It’s just so everyday I jump in and do


  • Oh I wish I was that organised… we try and keep the house in some kind of order all week and I vacuum the kitchen and under the table every meal, along with the washing, cleaning the kitchen and general toy pick up. Every friday I do a big clean and clean the whole house and bathrooms etc, vacuum and mop.


  • Dads who have full time care of their children for any reason have to do all the chores, not necessarily in that order. I know a Dad (with a school age child and a toddler) who works full time and helps with all the chores except the house cleaning except on rare occasions. (It is a little difficult then his wife is sleeping after working her shift – especially nights – and sleeping during the day) and he comes off night shift on different days. Having visited a few times I happen to know he is a very good cook too – most meals are made from scratch too. His meals are always nourishing and tasty.


  • thank you for the interesting piece.


  • This is a noble plan. I think the daily stuff is ok – if you were doing it every day, it actually wouldn’t take long. And most of the weekly stuff is pretty realistic too (though I assume he doesn’t have kids). Dunno about Tuesdays though. Some of those jobs seem like you wouldn’t get anything else done all day. It’s a good theory, though.


  • It’s certainly not part of my everyday life. I do general tidy up around the house and manage the kitchen every day, but I also like to spend time with my family and have to work too. I guess reviewing the Daily I could at a stretch say I do this every day. De-clutter is possibly tidying up so there’s certainly a huge amount of housework chores that I do daily.


  • great idea…if you can stick too it not sure I would have the time!thanks for sharing :)


  • I’ve been looking for a cleaning roster and this is a good basis. I’m curious what the autjots definition of declutter is if they can do it every morning – what are these things creeping into the bedrooms every night? I wouldn’t call a general tidy up a declutter. There’s a few things not on his list too – cooking, ironing, mending, grocery shop. I guess cleaning the fridge out comes under appliances? But only done once a month… I thought vacuuming and dusting should be done together and more than once a week (ideally)


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