Summer Declutter Calendar

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The lazy days of summer are the best, aren’t they. You can enjoy the easy-going pace of summer while still taking advantage of a more relaxed schedule. Use this free printable summer declutter calendar to tackle clutter around your house on your own time schedule. You can both relax this summer and get those organizing projects done. 

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I grew up in Hawai’i and now live on the cold, cold mainland. You can imagine how much I love summer days. Like anyone, I adore lazy, warm summer days. But as much as I like to enjoy the slower summer pace of life, I also like to take advantage of the good weather, the longer days and the less stressful schedule to get big projects done around the house. You know, those projects that you just never seem to get to. Like decluttering. That’s a task that always seems to be there hanging around in the background, just waiting for you to get to it. 

Why Declutter in the Summer

  • Better weather means you can tackle outdoor decluttering,
  • Better weather means you can spread out your sorting outdoors if needed.
  • Longer days means you have more sunlight to tackle those decluttering chores, especially the outdoors or garage ones.
  • Longer days with more sunlight means you have more energy to tackle decluttering.
  • Having kids home from school means you can enlist their help and check with them while decluttering their items.
  • Taking items to donate is easier when there is no snow, slush or freezing temps.
  • You’ll set a good example for your children while they’re around to see your hardwork and the results.
  • You can use decluttering as a teaching opportunity to talk with your children, since they’re around, about your family values surrounding things. 
  • You have three months without big holidays, like Thanksgiving, Christmas and Easter, school projects or too many winter shoes and coats getting in the way of your decluttering project.
  • You’ll be lean and mean and ready for the new school year by the end of your summer declutter.

Summer Declutter Calendar

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Get your free copy of the Summer Declutter Calendar when you sign up for our free weekly newsletter. When you sign up, you promptlu gain access to this printable via an email sent to your inbox.

 You can use this declutter calendar to march through a month of decluttering by tackling one chore every day. Or you can spread it out over the three months of the summer. 

Expert Tips for Printables

How do I access the free summer declutter calendar?

Fill in the form below. When you submit the form, you will quickly be sent an email from Organized 31 with a link to the pdf. If you have any difficulty, you can email me and I’ll help you resolved any problems.

Summer Decluttering Calendar
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How do I print the pdf file?

The pdf usually opens right up when you click on the link. When that happens, simply right click on the pdf and either print or save the document to your device.

If the pdf does not pop up for you, you’ll most likely find it in your computer’s Downloads folder. You can also select “Downloads” in your browser menu to see a list of your downloads, then select “Show in folder” below the file name to see where it is located on your computer.

31 Days of 
10-Minute Decluttering 
Declutter 31 spaces in your home in one month.
Pop over to the private Simple Organization Tips and Ideas Facebook group so that you can interact with me and other motivated participants and view the videos that go along with the challenge.
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I’m worried about wasting printer ink – what can I do?

Most printers offer you the option to print in greyscale which is in black and white.

You can also look for the option to print in draft or economy mode. This usually means that the sheet is printed out with less ink. It still looks great and is a good way to print in color but use less ink.

How can I use the printable (what restrictions are there on use)?

You can print these pdf files as many times as you’d like for your personal or classroom use. Please do not share the file with family, friends or coworkers. Please do share the link to this post so they can access their own copy of the printable. All printables are copyrighted.

Check out my 10-Minute Purging Tips. Purging doesn’t have to be an all-day project. Focus on each area and use the tips I share in my 31 Days of 10-Minute Purging series. 

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Have you ever worked through a decluttering project? Why not give it a try this summer with the Summer Decluttering Calendar. You’ll face the new school year and autumn with a fresh perspective and energized attitude.

Find all my decluttering tips, printables and challenges in the table below. You can scroll though the table and look for ideas or search for specific ideas with the magnifying glass in the upper right-hand corner (on desktop). Click on the topic and then click through the specific article.

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    1. If you just tackle a bit each day, you really can get a whole lot done in a month. Happy decluttering, Sandy.

  1. I didn’t remember to add the car interior to my summer list, I’ll have to do that. Thanks for the reminder. We only get 9 weeks of summer (6 weeks left now(, and I haven’t got much done on my list yet!

    1. I’m sure that 9 weeks must fly by, Brenda. Be sure to choose a cooler day to tackle the car declutter (and blast some fun summery tunes).

  2. I love this post. It has so many good ideas. Thank you for sharing it and for hosting the party. We appreciate all of your hard work!

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