Family Manager Lists
In my life, making and having a great list can make things so much easier. On the Family Manager website, www.familymanager.com, there are many lists for productivity, family chores and peace of mind. Creating a list gets it all off your mind and you can really live and do “in the moment”. But what if there were lists made for you so you don’t have to think about it all yourself or that go beyond your own ideas?
Weekly Hit List: Save your sanity with an orderly list of task. Family Manager divides your tasks in the the six major departments of life. Using this list, you can write down all the tasks and priorities for week. Seeing it all written it is easy to review what is to be done, deleted or delegated.
Who’s Responsible for What, Age Appropriate Chores List and Kids Chores Chart: Who said Mom is always responsible for all chores? A full list of all the possible jobs for family members. Use this list for family members to choose what they prefer or do best. Assign points for level of difficulty of the chores and then create your own chores chart to post in the kitchen for all to see.
House Rules Contract: Family communication begins with agreeing on family guidelines and expectations. Use this contract as a guideline for your family’s discussion.
Lists are an easy way to make anything more visual, from the files in your file cabinet to the gifts purchased for holidays. What lists work for you and your family?
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