So I decided to create my own checklist and here is how I did that. I started off using a cheat sheet, aka a premade checklist that I found in a search. I crossed off the things I didn't need and I added in things from my own life, like scooping the litter box. Then for a couple of weeks I did everything on the list once a day. It was a bit time consuming at first because nothing was really clean but after a few days I found that there were some things that I just didn't really need to do that day. For example the toilet in my front bathroom only really needs to be cleaned once a week.
Now I felt like I was getting a handle on my checklist situation. I had found the things that do indeed need to be done every day, like dishes, and the things that only really need to be done once a week, like the toilet. Once I figured all of that out I reconfigured my list making daily and weekly tasks. It was also then that I decided I needed a reminder to do these things and an easier way to keep up with them. So I downloaded a free checklist app for my phone that alerts me in the morning telling me I have unfinished tasks and it lets me check them off as I finish them. There are a ton of them for both android and ios, just search daily checklist. Make sure you go for one that allows at least three types of tasks a daily recurring task, a weekly recurring task, and a one time task. This way you don't have to keep adding in your tasks every day and you can also add in one time tasks that only need to be done every once in a while, like cleaning ceiling fan blades.
Another thing worth mentioning is that for me, do a load of laundry means put the clothes that are in the washer into the dryer and turn the dryer on, then put another load in the washer and turn it on, and then fold and put the load from the dryer away once they are finished. If you need to break that task up go for it, it's all about customization here. You can also combine a task that I have broken up like empty and load the dish washer. The last thing I'll mention about my list is I have five weekly tasks, cleaning the toilet and then mopping the four rooms I clean every day. I put one of those tasks on each week day so I'm not doing a ton of extra work on one day. You can put all of your weekly tasks on an off day if you would rather save that time on your week days.
BTW if you're wondering I made this checklist in Mircrosoft Works using a premade chore list template, so if you don't want to go the app route you can make one for yourself or print mine and go from there.The point of the checklist is to simplify your cleaning routine so make your list as efficient and easy to get through as you can. If windows aren't important to you leave them off of your list. I did ;)