Share Tweet Pin Stumble +1 ShareTotal Shares 45Welcome to Mission #24 of our 52 Get Organized Missions. If you’re a homemaker, or have a large or young family, you may like to create daily chore charts, with tasks allocated across the week. If you work outside the home, or prefer to do all your home stuff at the weekend, you may prefer a weekly chore chart. Or use one of the 12 different chore charts, chore checklists, and chore rosters available in my Home Organization Worksheets.
Please add a comment to say you’ve completed this week’s Get Organized Mission and you’re keeping your commitment.


We’d love to add your before and after snaps for any mission to the 52 Organizing Missions Hall of Fame. More than 80,000 people around the world use our programs to get rid of clutter, be more productive, take charge of business or career, and manage their life. A comprehensive set of interactive worksheets for all the things you need to analyze, organize, list, and plan in your life.
Life Management Worksheets is a comprehensive set of interactive worksheets for all the things you need to analyze, organize, list, and plan in your life. They cover personal development, self analysis, goal planning, hobbies, relationships, career, habits, fitness, finances, plus lists, checklists, planners, and to-do lists.


Unless you actually enjoy cleaning, filing and organizing (I sure don’t!), it’s more enjoyable and effective to focus on daily or weekly chores than massive, exhausting sprees. We’re not aiming for an immaculate, home-magazine photo shoot here, just a comfortable, appealing living space.



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