There’s plenty of work to do in your home and your main task now is to figure out who in your family will do what chores, and when. The trick is in reinforcing the idea of getting routine chores done on a consistent basis.
Some people believe that chores are unnecessary; kids should be kids! Other people believe that chores are absolutely essential to building a responsible adult. The truth is that chores are important, but how they are presented is just as important.
If you’re married and both of you have busy lives, you might find it difficult to fit your schedules together. Fortunately, there are some ways you can do that, so you have more time together and can still accomplish your individual goals, as well. Here are some of the main things to think about when you’re trying to get your schedule to fit in with your spouse’s.
Thanksgiving is coming! There’s a lot to get done. From cooking delicious food to inviting over your favorite holiday guests, you need to make sure everything is well-organized. Here’s how to get started.
Your spouse has a hoarding problem. But before you can start getting rid of all that excess stuff, you need your spouse to admit that they have a problem. That can be the hard part. You have a right to be comfortable and happy in your own home, but to do so, your spouse is going to need to be willing to make changes.
Tick tock, we’re on the Christmas countdown and it’s the best time to give a little thought to a few small things in preparation for the coming holidays. Everyone wants to make the holidays special and we can try to alleviate the stress by planning for the holidays. It’s a lot to think about with; financial strains […]