Background

There are many tasks in a household.  For example, there are maintenance tasks (tasks that happen regularly), such as…

  • taking out the trash
  • loading and emptying the dishwasher
  • vacuuming
  • cleaning the bathroom

There are also project tasks (tasks with a beginning, middle and end), such as…

  • making travel plans
  • fixing a loose board on a step
  • sorting through a box of slides
  • fixing a light fixture
  • taking toxic cleaners to a hazardous waste site

If we live with a partner/spouse/friend it can sometimes be hard to navigate the list of to-dos.  Often one person ends up feeling like the parent while the other feels like the child.  This isn’t fun or healthy for anyone.  So here’s a strategy to help with this dynamic.

To read more: Click on this link to access the Organizing Tips: One Household, Lots of To-Dos and Too Much Frustration – March 2016 newsletter.


Susan Hunsberger

I’m Susan Hunsberger with Strategize Organize LLC. I work with folks with organizing challenges. Adults and students with ADHD are areas of specialty. People come to me feeling shame and frustration. They hire me to help them lift the weight of disorganization and move on with life.

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