We are a family of three with no pets at this time. DD is 7 now.
Dishes - go into dishwasher after every meal, run when full...handwash once a day or every two days.
Counters & stove top - wiped down after every meal prep.
Sink - scrubbed with baking soda before I handwash once a day or every two days. Put away dry dishes and swap towel following day. (I don't use a dish rack anymore.)
Tile floor - run Roomba once a week (vacuum) and run Scooba once a week (picks up, mops, squeegees about as dry as traditional mopping), so it is basically getting vacuumed twice a week. I spot clean the corners and in front of the stove in between, as needed.
Table - gets completely cleared off and wiped down about once a week or every two weeks. I spot clean and shake placemats nearly every day.
We have two full baths, but ours just has a full-size shower (same size as bath/shower, but no depth), and a half-bath. Too many for my tastes! LOL I clean them as needed.
Counters and sinks - get cleaned more often than anything else (ours nearly every day).
Toilets and mirrors - less often.
Showers/baths - even less often. I wipe down the edge of our shower that is on the bathroom side fairly often, though. I rinse down the walls and doors several times a week.
Floors - I don't have a set schedule like I do for the kitchen. Sometimes I do them by hand with a rag after I clean the mirrors. Sometimes I set the Roomba loose for a few minutes. Sometimes I set the Scooba loose for half a cycle. (I split the time downstairs with the foyer. I split the time between both upstairs baths. A cycle is 45 min of mopping, which would be OVERKILL for any one of those spaces on their own...even if they were downright muddy. LOL)
Generally, I pick up daily and do a load of laundry 5-6 days a week. Our home is always open to friends, family, and neighbors. It is never filthy (barring construction times!) and I could have VIPs or a dinner party or houseguests with an hour's notice, which would include sweeping the front walkway and weeding the little garden out the kitchen slider and changing sheets or throwing on a nice tablecloth.
Right now, though, our house is in upheaval due to new furniture being delivered mid-day today. We had to empty our bedroom, which turned into a few long projects! LOL Now, every room except the kitchen and bathrooms have been impacted! Old furniture is lingering downstairs while DH lists it on freecycle. "Stuff" is lingering upstairs out of our bedroom. The new furniture is semi in place and needs some fine-tuning tomorrow, then we can get at least the upstairs back to order. We need to sleep and wake up in the room to get a feel for the proper arrangement.