8 Everyday Ways to Live Clutter-Free
Resolve conflicts, particularly when kids are involved, by divvying up responsibilities.
- Have everyone keep track of the household chores they accomplish in a single week and the time they spent on each one. At the end of the week, compare charts.
- Using the above exercise, redistribute chores to even out the time each person spends cleaning up and helping out. Create a job chart.
- Your job chart can include: Sorting mail, doing laundry, folding laundry, taking out the trash, setting the table, doing the dishes, straightening your bedroom, walking the dog, feeding pets or cleaning up after pets.