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chorebuster.net

November 16, 2006|By [LAKAIIA WILLIAMS]

What's the point? -- If you're noticing a constant conflict over household chores, and a never-ending struggle over who was supposed to do what and when, then this Web site is what you need. It might seem impossible to figure out how to effectively and fairly distribute chores. With this site, you can list all of your household chores, the names of the people in your household among whom these chores will be divided, a "difficulty" score for each chore and the frequency of each chore. The chores are then divided among the people listed (schedules change every week for equal distribution).

What to look for --Sign up by entering your name and e-mail address. Then you list all of your chore-mates and their e-mail addresses so that they can receive weekly chore schedules via e-mail, either weekly or daily. You can edit the schedule to fit each individual so that there are no unrealistic expectations (such as asking Grandma to load the dishwasher during her weekly hair appointment).

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