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Grown-Up Chore Charts for Managing Your House and Division of Labor


Running a household is a lot, and it's hard to know where to start. What you need is a well thought-out system to make things run more smoothly.

This set, which comes with four sticker sheets, will help you (or you and your partner) get a handle on everything it takes to run a household — from daily and one-off tasks to managing the mental load of parenthood.

This system can easily be configured to divide both physical and mental labor equally between partners so no one person is carrying all the weight. We include a free digital download to help you implement this in your household without fighting.

This Set includes:

  • Two Mighty + Bright Task charts
  • 30 super-tough glass magnets
  • Set of four "Division of Labor and Chores" reusable sticker sheets

About our task charts:

  • Fully magnetic
  • Dry erase
  • 5.5" wide by 11" tall
  • Each column fits up to seven magnets.
  • Hangs anywhere: Magnetic surfaces like refrigerators, or walls using our brad nails.

Our stickers are made of static cling and designed to be used over and over.

Our magnets are compatible with our stickers, but you can also write directly on them using dry erase or Sharpie.

We know we have a problem, but when it's big and complicated, we can end up talking circles around it rather than actually solving it.

We've developed a visual system meant to take a complicated, abstract problem and make it concrete, actionable, and easy to implement.

This will create more equitable households by simplifying the complex task of dividing up labor.

Pairs well with:

Grown-Up Chore Charts for Managing Your House and Division of Labor