A happy home is an organized one. Do you struggle to keep on top of the cleaning, the shopping or your budget? Are you constantly forgetting to service your car, and do your kids know who to contact if there’s an accident? If the answer to those questions is ‘no’, you might find these spreadsheets from Vertex42 to be quite the ticket. And they’re all free.
Here are 10 of the best for organizing your home.
House Cleaning Schedule And Checklist
Do you rent out your home on AirBnB? Or, do you live in a houseshare with other people, and your kitchen is a mess of overflowing pans and dishes? If so, it might be wise to bring a bit of order to your household chaos with this schedule template. With it, nobody will be confused when it’s their day to do the dishes, and nobody gets off the hook from doing their fair share of work.
Home Inventory Checklist
Are you moving home? Or, are you planning on taking the plunge and listing your home on AirBnB for some extra money? Or, perhaps you’re just worried about burglars. Either way, you should take an inventory of the contents of your home. This spreadsheet makes it easy.
Wasting food is a sure-fire way to pour money down the drain. It’s something most of us try to avoid. And yet, food goes bad. It’s easy for us forget what fresh food we have in our fridge, until too late. That’s why you should use this meal planner spreadsheet, in conjunction with a sensible shopping list. Stop wasting money!
Family Budget Planner
If you’ve got a family, you’ve probably got a credit card too. Throw in a few checking and savings accounts, and you’ve got a lot of financial ground to keep track of. How do you keep on top of it? With a budget, of course! This spreadsheet is everything you need to keep your financial house in order. You might find these other money-managing spreadsheets to be useful, also.
Kids Chore Schedule
Child labor is generally frowned upon in most countries. With that said it’s widely accepted for kids to help out around the house. With this spreadsheet, you can guarantee nobody is skipping their chores, whilst rewarding those who pull their weight.
Money Manager for Kids
It’s not uncommon for kids to get an allowance. And it’s not uncommon for kids to immediately blow that allowance on high-fructose laden junk food and video games. What if they could save it for something more important? This spreadsheet makes it easy for your kids to save money, through the awesome power of visualization.
Vehicle Maintenance Log
Neglecting to maintain your vehicle can cause it to degrade faster, costing you money. With this log, you can keep track of when you have it serviced, and what repairs are made to it. Handy!
Daily Food Log
If you’re trying to get your family to eat healthier, it helps if you actually can show them what they’re eating, and the calorific content of the food they ingest. Thankfully, this daily food log makes it easy to track what goes in your mouth, and what it’s doing to your body. Your kids will thank you when they’re older.
Ever get sidetracked at the supermarket, and end up with a basket full of things you don’t really want? It happens to the best of us. With this grocery list, you can ensure each trip to the supermarket is focused, and on budget.
Emergency Contact Form
The Emergency Contact Form is a spreadsheet I hope you never have to use. But it never hurts to be prepared for the worst. This spreadsheet allows you to list who to contact when there’s an emergency, with room for medical information, if necessary.
How Do You Organize Your Home?
Do you have a spreadsheet, or use IM? Or, do you have a whiteboard? Whatever you use, I want to hear about it. Drop me a comment below.
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