I am not a Perfectionist. I just want a Clean Kitchen!
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A few years ago my family and I came up with a great solution to “whose turn is it for dishes?”
We write on our calendar the kids’ names (initials), rotating them throughout the week. Simple. Effective. It has worked!
But lately, maybe it’s because I have a new kitchen and I want it to sparkle, I am not happy with the results when I go to bed! I’m finding I want …
– A kitchen clean so when I wake up for coffee, it feels good!
– Counters wiped off, thoroughly!
– Pans in the sink to be scrubbed and up on a towel to dry.
– Sink scrubbed out.
I am not a perfectionist. Rarely do things have to be perfect in my mind for me to be happy. But there is something about waking up in the morning to a kitchen that is a dirty disaster that just puts me in a bad mood.
So we came up with a simple solution. (By the way, I found this SIMPLIFY sign in the craft store. A reminder to me, this year, to do what the sign says!)
At the end of each night now, our 3 teenage kids are going to get our “approval” (counters, pots and pans washed, etc.) and we’ll check them off. In other words, just tossing the dishes in the dishwasher ain’t enough!
I’m just a hardworking mom who wants a clean kitchen!
Who does kitchen duty in your home? And how does it affect your mood when you wake up to a dirty kitchen?
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