This question would apply to everyone - still working outside the home or toiling like a ranch hand inside.
My mom used to wash the bed sheets every Monday. I have tried to keep that regime alive as well. Do I always succeed? Not always. I asked a friend (don't twist my arm I won't tell you) how often she washed her sheets. Her reply: when they start to smell.
See why I didn't divulge her name.
Grocery shopping has never been scheduled for me. It may possibly be tied into the fact that I hate cooking and also live only 2 blocks from the store so I can fly by anytime. Often it's on a daily basis. I try to tell myself that I'm shopping like the Europeans.
Other than the sheets I call Sundays "face and floors" day.
I know you understood the "floor" thing but you must be wondering "what the hell is she doing to her face every Sunday? We know she's not taking it to church."
Well, if you must know then I must tell you. I use a facial scrub to keep my cheeks looking like a baby's butt. Ok, maybe I don't quite achieve that goal but it doesn't stop me from scrubbing.
At my age you don't want to over-scrub. So getting after those cheeks weekly is better for senior citizen faces than every other day like when you were in your 20s and 30s.
Oh. I just thought of another schedule - monthly haircuts for Augie and me and monthly massages for ME!!! I make those appointments for the next month as I'm leaving so I don't put anything else on my calendar. They're extremely important to my health and happiness. Augie agrees.
So. Now it's your turn. I'm sure there's some smart ass out there that's going to say they wash their windows twice a year.
Don't bother commenting if that's you. hehe