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what is the real cost for that ? 8 dollars per week ? month ? or 8 dollars per year ?
what do you get for what you pay ?
do you just receive e-mails?
do you have to print your to do-lists at home from your own printer ?
does it come on paper in the regular mail ?
I'm curious about it but would like to know a little bit more about it before I pay anything ...
|I just think of it as a scaffold that I can use to build on. If my son smeared play-doh all over the windows, I'm cleaning them, regardless of whether or not it says "clean windows". I like that it gives me permission to "stop" when I've checked everything off--rather than doing 1 more thing and then I get resentful that no one else is doing a darn thing and enjoying the evening as I'm slaving away...after I put in a full day at the office. My husband also likes it because he SAH and writes novels. I ask him to do certain things--such as make sure the laundry is washed--throw it on the couch to fold in the evening for all I care, dishes get put in the dishwasher, maybe the floor swept and all I get is "when would I have time to write?" This gives a list and the whole thought of "done is done" even when you can see other stuff that needs doing, it can wait--unless it is a health hazard.|
|noticed there were some things not on the list like cleaning baseboards and windowsills (as another poster mentioned). I thought I could do those when I clean the windows and walls. and there are other things specific to my household (such as sanitizing baby toys), but I can do that in place of tasks that don't apply to me (such as cleaning the dishwasher door, as I don't have a dishwasher). I was thinking of making a list of the tasks I don't see and inserting those tasks when there are inapplicable (for me) tasks on the list.|