Thursday, July 30, 2009

My Chore Chart

Yes, I have a chore list. It helps me a lot when I follow it, and then I can easily keep up with the household cleaning. My husband made a chore chart for the kids, and I thought I would like one for myself, so I had him make one up for me. You can enlarge the photo to get a better idea of what it looks like.



I tend to be very disorganized with my household duties, so I really like using this. I just check off each task as it is done for the day, and then I pick a couple weekly chores to do each day.

How do you stay organized if you are a Stay at home mom? Any other good tips?

1 comment:

Jake said...

I've been working really hard over the past few months on a website called called PowrHouse (http://powrhouse.net/). It probably wouldn't be helpful for your own personal chores as a stay-at-home mom, but for a family or a household of roommates, it's great.

It's currently in beta, but it works well (we're using it in our household). You add everyone you live with (kids, spouses, roommates, etc.), add your chores (names and how often they should be done), and PowrHouse keeps track of whose turn it is to do each chore (and sends email reminders every night, with links to click to signal that you've done the chores).

If you do end up using it, please contact me (my info is on the site) and let me know what you think, as I'm trying to make it as useful to all types of households as possible. If not, thanks at least for reading this far :)