How to Set Your Household On Autopilot With A Simple System

  • 7 June 2019
  • Kristi
how to set your household up on autopilot

It is so tiring trying to manage the day to day activities of running a household. There were days I used to feel like I was a mad chicken with my head cut off and I still couldn't get everything done. I tried spreadsheets and lists. Still couldn't get it all done. Do you ever get tired of trying to get everything in the house done and feel you can't? There's always laundry to do, dishes to clean, meals to make, and a house to keep tidy and you never seem to have enough time to get it all done?

It wasn't until recently that I was able to become the queen of Micro Tasking, which has completely SIMPLIFIED my household. In this video I show how you can set your house on autopilot so EVERYONE knows what to do and when to do it. No more nagging, yelling, or screaming. No more loathing a day full of cleaning or a mountain of laundry to do. Nope. A simple system that will keep your house running like clockwork. Get more done in a fraction of the time. (And I do)

VIDEO RECAP

Every household is different. Work on breaking down tasks into 10 - 15 minute segments and get them posted in the house. That way everyone knows what to do and when. If my system will work for you I have made it available for you. You can download the PDFs for your household: 

Tell me in the comments below. Do you have a household system that works for you?

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