Goal setting is still upper most in many peoples minds. Everyone is thinking about ways to get more organized, meet the goals they have established and prove to themselves and others they, we can do it.
But what will we be able to realistically do if we are thinking of so many things? You forgot about your other jobs of being a chauffeur, chef, dishwasher, doing laundry, perhaps working a full-time job outside the home, etc.
How can we make the task more manageable? Why not beak down the tasks to be done, into simple chores. Do you have a list of what you want to tackle in your home to make your daily life run smoothly? Just take one room at a time, assign responsibility for the chore that needs to be done and begin…
My friend Michelle has a neat tool designed to help family, friends and subscribers get started on their chores. The charts help you with planning to reach your goal and get yourself organized.
The “Plain Chore Charts PLR Template” for Commercial Use
includes 15 unique pages to help track Bedroom Daily Chores, Laundry Room Daily Chores, Bathroom Daily Chores, Living Room Daily Chores, Kitchen Daily Chores, Dinning Room Daily Chores, Pets Daily Chores, Basement/Garage Daily Chores, Outdoor Daily Chores, Weekly Chores, Monthly Chores, Extra Money Chores, Extra Money Task List, Master Task List, and a Chore Master List
A Great find at just $27.00 – using the link below:
Get the Chores Chart Template here!
I hope you enjoy it!
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