I warned you in the beginning of this series on chores: all kids are different and you will have to do some finagling to find the right system for your child. And that right system may change in a year. Still, it’s important to remember to stick to it. Remember when your baby was really […]
After a couple of weeks of a new chore regimen, expect some push back from everyone. Left to its own devices, the tendency of any system is to descend into chaos.
Looking around the kitchen I see a big, fat mess! And it’s my turn to clean it up tonight. I don’t even know where to start. There’s a sink full of dirty dishes, splattered oil all over the stove, crumbs on the floor. The dishwasher hasn’t been emptied because of a schedule mix-up.
How can I have chores for my kids when they go back and forth to my ex’s house all the time?
Spring is on it’s way and change is in the air. What better way to spice things up at home than to add some chores to your children’s days? This 5-part blog series will help you start assigning chores for kids if you haven’t already and help you up your chore game if you have.
This morning I opened my pantry to find the caramel sauce sitting upright beside an empty jam jar.
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Living with another adult in no way entitles you to control how they spend their free time. Sad, but true.
Organizing the living room is an important part of feeling relaxed at home. Yes, there are rooms you probably spend more time in than your living room. But in most homes, the main activity in the living room is relaxing.