Kids should contribute to the home economy

by doing chores.

But you know what? It’s hard before it’s helpful. It’s our job to teach them and to hold them accountable.

Kids should contribute to the home economy by doing chores. But it's hard before it's helpful. It's our job to teach them *and* to hold them accountable.

Join us for a 5-day free challenge where we put a personalized plan in place to get our kids on board helping around the house.

You might create an actual chore chart. You might have chore cards. You might write jobs on a white board. You might make it even simpler than that.

By the end of the week, however, you’ll have a system for making chores happen in a way that works in your house with your kids.

There is no one-size-fits-all way to run a household or teach children.

Figure out what YOU need to do to make chores work in your house by following these 5 daily baby steps designed not to tell you how to put someone else’s plan into practice, but how to create and implement your own plan, just right for you, your house, and your kids.

And it’s free!

The next Chore Chart Challenge will happen January 2018.