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How To Store Your Groceries

How To Store Your Groceries

Laundry Room organization idea: Everyone in the family gets their own basket- Fold clothes into baskets then have the kids put them away and bring back the baskets.

Laundry Room Ideas- Shelving & Cubbies- The Polka Dot Chair

Chores for kids by age, neat idea. But I have never heard of disinfecting door knobs?

Here is an up-close picture of our chore wheel. The circles are (from inner to outer): 1) kitchen chore, 2) bathroom chore (they do the same chore each day, just switching between the different bathrooms), 3) weekly focus area (this is the area they draw random chore sticks for), and 4) daily responsibility.

The chore inventive way to assign chores on a rotating basis for multiple kids. I love the "sheriff" idea!

Chore Chart for Multiple Children | How Does She

Rotating chore chart - possibly with laminated pieces, so it could be marked with a dry erase pen? I love how the chores are divided into four rings: 1. name of child, 2. kitchen chore, 3. bathroom chore, 4. room of responsibility

{Lifestyle} Chore Charts for Kids

Magnetic strips are great for tool storage. If you have garden trowels or other items that you need to keep handy, you can add magnetic strips to a shelf or the wall to keep these tools within reach. You can also put many tools on hooks on a pegboard or keep them in a labeled plastic tote for better organization.

Fill your bathroom with an everlasting, fresh aroma! Simply place a few drops of essential oil (I use Lemongrass scent) onto the cardboard tube of your toilet paper roll--your bathroom will smell amazing until the roll is complete and you begin again!