I like the idea of knocking chores out in small little segments. Keeps the hubby thinking I'm what I'm not (a housewife) and lets me keep doing what I love (no, not the hot guy down the street - mainly because there aren't any hot guys down the street but seriously - writing) and finally, it sets the stage for the man-boys to get their own chores d.o.n.e.
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Print out a chart that works with your home. Recycle an old frame and frame it. Post in an accessible place. Use a dry-erase marker to check things off as you do them. At the end of the day/week/month use a soft cloth to clean glass. Great for kids and adults!
Here is a 2 person filled in Weekly Chore Chart that is good for the month. What is nice about this set up is that the 2 people take turns with certain chores different weeks. There is also a blank version of this chart available to fill in yourself that I posted on the same organization board. These can be printed as each month arrives, or print multiples for the year ahead. :)
Heather says: Here’s a weekly chore schedule to help keep a clean house. Home Ec 101 gets a lot of requests for help figuring out how to get and keep a house clean. There’s no big secret here, it’s just a matter of dividing the chores into manageable chunks.… Keep reading...