Roommate Cleaning Issues? How To Split Up Chores Without Splitting Up Friends. A chore chart is a great way to make sure that all of your roommates pitch in when dealing with the common areas.
In order to make a chart, you’ll need to sit down with your roommates and decide which tasks you’ll individually be responsible for and which one’s you’ll work on together. If you’re planning on making a rotating chore schedule, dividing up the tasks evenly is essential. Here are a couple sample charts to help you get started. A chart like this one works well if you and your roommates need a little bit of guidance in order to get the work done properly. Tasks are broken up by week so that roommates can complete them whenever they get a chance within the time frame.
This type of chart specifies what day of the week a particular chore will be done on. This type of chart works well for roommates who seem clueless about cleaning. Home Decor/Crafting / Secretly have every teacher (from Pre-k to senior year) sign this book, and give to your child as a surprise on their graduation. ♥ HairDOs / Hair. Bouncy Curled Under. This is one of my favorite ways to style my hair, especially when it's at it's awkward stage.
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