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Sunday Reset

I feel like prepping for your week now has a title, Sunday Reset. The day you cook, clean, do laundry, grocery shop, all the things to get ready for your week ahead.

Depending on your schedule this day could be any day of the week that is the end to your weekend it doesn’t necessarily have to be a Sunday! Years ago ours was Monday because the Hubby worked Tuesday-Saturday.

Now, even more so, our household runs on a Monday-Friday schedule. So we use Sunday as our reset day.

Things I like to do on this day are; grocery shop if I didn’t do it Saturday, change and wash all the sheets, be mostly caught up on laundry, organize kids back packs, prep cold brew (Corey drinks so much of this), pick up the house, take out the trash, and prep food.

These are little things that if done right only take me about 2 hours total through out the day. When I go to bed on Sunday I am encouraged to be on top of things through the week and don’t feel like I’m behind everyday.

I fallow some on Instagram that make sure their cars are washed and floors are cleaned as well. I don’t feel like this is extreme. If it makes you feel organized and keeps your stress level down to a minimum go for it!

Do you have a day that your get caught up and organize?


Published by Ashley Rowe

Hi! My name is Ashley and I am a wife of almost 10 years and a mom of Irish twins Daisy (3) and Brady (2). I grew up in a small town and after college moved back to marry my Husband, Corey. I am not perfect at anything I do and will be the first to tell you I struggle with balancing life on the daily. Cooking and Baking are were I feel like I shine, but I enjoy learning and trying all the things.

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