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Welcome to Day 3.
A messy physical environment can make our lives feel overwhelming and over-complicated. But how do you stay on top of household chores when you’re busy and tired?
Let’s find out!
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62 thoughts on “Day 3: Chores 1”
The less house hold chores to do the better.
Anything that requires a lot of ironing gets donated.
Hang tops on coat hangers to dry, and rarely need to iron.
No plants (at the moment, I unfortunately forget to water them)
No pets (pat the cat down the road)
Minimal entertaining at home (less cleaning)
Batch cook healthy food 2-3 times a week
Most meals are quick and easy to prepare, with herbs or gentle spices.
Sewing alterations get done at the dry cleaners.
Our group suggestions for eliminating: Wash clothes by season and store until needed. Consider using under the bed storage to sort clothing items per season. Participate in activities that are of interest to you.
Suggestions for negotiating: Make a coupon book i.e. one free laundry; one free home cooked dinner; one $1.00 for bus fare instead of paying money. Trade off babysitting; car pooling; yard work, clean up work, etc.
for now it is me doing all things related to home cleaning. Retired and I want to get the list down so I can enjoy fun things rather than cleaning all the time. Maybe later with get someone to clean, but now I need to budget my time to get it done.