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Get Your Spring Cleaning Chores Organized

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 Spring is here, though in some parts, the weather tells a different story.
 At any rate, it's time to think about doing a little spring cleaning and get things in order for the warmer weather ahead.
 If you are already on top of things, that is awesome, but as for me, I'm just getting into gear myself. For those of you who are like me and just starting to think about your spring cleaning chores, this is for you.

Here are some Tips for getting your spring cleaning chores organized:
 1. First you should create a "to-do" list.
 2. When you have your list, organize your tasks in order of priority. What needs to be done first? What is the most important chore?
 3. You could not break down your chores into categories such as, outdoors/indoors, by room, or assigning jobs to certain family members.
 4. To make sure you get it all done, it's a great idea to create a timeline. Assign days of the week for certain chores.
 5. If a chore takes longer than expected or if something unforeseen happens, adjust the timeline accordingly. You do work for you afterall.
 6. Finally, make sure you reward all who have a hand in the hard work. Choose something everyone will receive when the job is done such as, family movie and dinner night. This should provide an incentive to motivate the family to get the job done.

 So tell me, what is your number one thing on your "to-do" list?

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