With warmer weather approaching and vacations on the horizon, having the motivation to accomplish small tasks around the house can seem like the last thing anyone wants to do. But, alas, the dishes need done, the floors mopped, and the toilets scrubbed. When it comes to chores around the house, who takes the reigns? How does responsibility get distributed? And, how can those annoying little tasks be turned into something fun? HoneyDo.
Dividing responsibility between two adults in a household can be hard. If both adults work full-time and there are children to take care of, one person’s time is not more important than the other’s. Deciding whose turn it is the vacuum can be easier than it has ever been. Responsibility can be shared in an entirely new way with the HoneyDo app.
Imagine being out with friends only to remember that the wet laundry needs to be switched over to the dryer. Sure, a simple text would suffice, but sometimes there’s an eye roll that accompanies the delivered message, and a How did they forget to do this again? Instead, a text asking your significant other to check their HoneyDo To Do list will show them that they’ll get some additional points towards that Fun Time reward they’ve been patiently waiting for if they switch that laundry.
For the stay-at-home mom whose husband works full-time, life can become a bit easier if picking up milk and the family’s favorite fruit can be a task that gets completed every Monday. Mom offers Dad points towards that tee time he’s been dying to set up since the weather cleared up.
Each couple has their own love language, but every couple can agree that being recognized or even rewarded for everyday work can be the spark they’ve been missing. Whether it’s a fun reason to take over control of the remote, or an excuse to try the new expensive restaurant in town on the next date night, HoneyDo puts all of those small indulgences within reach, without any of the guilt.
Skip the fuss, forget the tension of chores, create harmony in your relationship.
Kimberly Lewis is a graduate of Northern Kentucky University with a Bachelor’s Degree in education. She taught science at the Warren County Alternative School before choosing to continue her love of writing as a freelancer while at home raising her two children.