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Anyone know where to get a good chore chart and personal care chart, 2in one maybe, that has at least 4 places to put names too? No one wants to help around here. Char

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  1. #1
    Charlene Ada Willoughby
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    Default Chore charts anyone?



    Anyone know where to get a good chore chart and personal care chart, 2in one maybe, that has at least 4 places to put names too? No one wants to help around here.

    Char



  2. #2
    wilbe95
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    Default Chore charts anyone?


    MIcrosoft office has a ton of free templates you can download the site

    is http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/te...s/default.aspx

    Have fun





    --- In Budget101_@yahoogroups.com, "Charlene Ada Willoughby"

    <adanaturkey8385@...> wrote:

    >

    > Anyone know where to get a good chore chart and personal care chart,

    2 in one maybe, that has at least 4 places to put names too? No one

    wants to help around here.

    >

    > Char

    >










  3. #3
    Mel
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    Default Chore charts anyone?


    Hi Char,

    I found one on digital-women.com scroll down to free daily planner and

    click on it. You will find many printable forms including chores,

    babysitter etc.



    Hope this helps.

    Missy







    --- In Budget101_@yahoogroups.com, "Charlene Ada Willoughby"

    <adanaturkey8385@...> wrote:

    >

    > Anyone know where to get a good chore chart and personal care chart,

    2 in one maybe, that has at least 4 places to put names too? No one

    wants to help around here.

    >

    > Char

    >










  4. #4
    Debbie
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    Default Chore charts anyone?



    <FONT face="Arial" color="#0000ff">Here are some links to check out for charts... have fun.. Debbie
    <FONT face="Arial" color="#0000ff">http://www.handipoints.com/printchar...FQSwFQodn05Lrg
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    <FONT face="Arial" color="#0000ff">http://www.handipoints.com/printchar...FQSwFQodn05Lrg

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    <FONT face="Arial" color="#0000ff">http://www.freeprintablebehaviorcharts.com/

    <FONT face="Arial" color="#0000ff">http://alenkasprintables.com/chorechart.shtml
    <FONT face="Arial" color="#0000ff">
    <FONT face="Arial" color="#0000ff">http://www.chorecharts.com/
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    Chrissey
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    <DIV style="FONT-FAMILY: Arial;">I made up my own. I'd be happy to share it with you.
    <DIV style="FONT-FAMILY: Arial;">
    <DIV style="FONT-FAMILY: Arial;">Chrissey
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    -------Original Message-------


    From: Charlene Ada Willoughby
    Date: 8/7/2008 12:02:01 PM
    To: Budget101_@yahoogroups.com
    Subject: Budget101.com : Chore charts anyone?

    Anyone know where to get a good chore chart and personal care chart, 2in one maybe, that has at least 4 places to put names too? No one wants to help around here.

    Char









  6. #6
    Debbie
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    Default Chore charts anyone?


    I have found this to be an AWESOME Site. Lots of great ideas, including

    printable chore charts.

    http://www.meckmom.com/category/kid-...harts-rewards/

    Deb



    On Thu, Aug 7, 2008 at 4:42 PM, Debbie <dbshelly@ptd.net> wrote:



    > Here are some links to check out for charts... have fun.. Debbie

    >






  7. #7
    d morgan
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    Default Chore charts anyone?


    Do you have a meal plan per month?



    IF so list it here.



    I am new to this group so if something like this already exists, let me know.



    I am going to try to figure out something that is not so bland and boring, but I

    think next month it is going to be bland and boring, unless I spend a little

    more time on my menus.



    What I am trying to say is that I never know what we are having for dinner till

    about 30 minutes before I throw it together.



    For budgeting purposes, I have decided, that we will have the same thing, or

    something similar every monday, like chicken something, and veggies

    tuesday will be pork something, and veggies

    wednesday will be roast gravy and veggies,



    You get the picture.

    We have finally hit a point in our lives that if I dont get a job soon, whether

    babysitting or a physical job, we are going to be penny pinching like crazy.



    so this is what I have come up with as just a generality and I am sure I will

    modify it as we go along. Plus I am sure at some point on the weekends we will

    do something else every once in a while like order pizza, or go to burger king.



    This include Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner.

    1

    pop tart

    hot dog/ chick nug./macncheese

    Chili mac, peas





    2

    eggs sausage

    fish sticks, lipton noodles, peaches

    taco day / chicken nuggets





    3

    biscuit gravy

    ham, chick nug, peas n carrots

    roast, potatoes, carrots, green beans





    4

    biscuit jelly egg

    pbj, pears

    hamburger helper





    5

    eggs cheese

    grilled cheese, carrots, applesauce

    goulash, mac, hamb. Tomato soup





    6

    Cinn. Toast, cereal

    turkey, green beans, mashed potato

    Chicken Mushroom, Rice, green beans





    7

    Oatmeal

    salisbury, sweet potato, mix vegs

    pulled pork, lipton noodles



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  8. #8
    Charlene Ada Willoughby
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    Default Chore charts anyone?



    Thanks, I registered on that chore site.

    Char



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    Barbi
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    Default Chore charts anyone?



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    10.0pt;color:#0F243E;">I was wondering if anyone had any tips on keeping white t-shirts
    white. My husband is a contractor gets pretty dirty at work, even just from
    being hot and wiping his face on his sleeve. He prefers white t-shirts but need
    some advice on how to keep the t-shirts white when I wash them. Using just
    detergent and bleach does not seem to do a good enough job. Any suggestions?
    10.0pt;color:#0F243E;">
    10.0pt;color:#0F243E;">Thank you,
    10.0pt;color:#0F243E;">Barbi




  10. #10
    loribrandenburg
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    Default Chore charts anyone?


    Check out chartjungle.com








  11. #11
    pinkbarbiedollkitten
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    Default Chore charts anyone?


    make a chore chart out of 2 papper plates and a brad (i think thats

    what they are called) i allways just called them spinnie things lol.

    first papper plate has the outter part trimmed off and then put the

    names on it and put lines between names so that what ever is in the

    lines on that name is that persons chores. the other one has chores put

    on it and bingo chore chart.

    personal care chart hmmm. make it out of note book papper. names

    across the top diveded by lines that run down the whole page. on the

    side is the stuff to do on the lines all ready there. check each item

    done. as its done.

    if thease dont help maybe they will at least give you some ideas for

    makeing your own.

    ruthie.







    --- In Budget101_@yahoogroups.com, "Charlene Ada Willoughby"

    <adanaturkey8385@...> wrote:

    >

    > Anyone know where to get a good chore chart and personal care chart,

    2 in one maybe, that has at least 4 places to put names too? No one

    wants to help around here.

    >

    > Char

    >










  12. #12
    Stephanie
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    Default Chore charts anyone?


    I bought a few of the fridge-magnet chore charts for my kids, but what

    has worked best for me was to custom make one using an excel

    spreadsheet. These are great b/c you can customize it for exactly

    what you want to have, it can be modified when you need to update it,

    and it's fairly inexpensive.



    I print it out once a week for my two kids and it lists what I expect

    them to do this summer (during the school year, homework is so

    incredibly huge we cut back to the basics, similar to below for when

    my son was young).



    I didn't call it a Chore Chart, I told them this was their Summer

    Expectation Schedule. It's divided up into Morning/Evening Routine

    (similar to below for young boy), Household Cleanup (the basic stuff I

    expect of them everyday), Chore Help (lists 4-5 & they have to do

    2-3/day), Practice (math; you could add any sports or music practice

    too), & Exercise (Mind = Reading Rest, Body= Physical Exercise). When

    they meet these goals, they get a reward ticket at the end of the day

    and have earned the right to screen time the next day (ie, TV or

    computer or video game).



    When my son was very little (before dd came along), I bought a

    chalkboard and drew pictures of what he had to do after waking up and

    before going to bed. He had 4 things in the morning (get dressed, eat

    breakfast, go potty, brush teeth) & 4 things in the evening (PJs on,

    eat dinner, go potty, brush teeth -- see the pattern?). I drew little

    pictures for each one (quite a feat for me b/c I am no artist) and

    wrote the words underneath (so he could start pairing words w/images!).



    Hope this helps!!!

    --- In Budget101_@yahoogroups.com, "Charlene Ada Willoughby"

    <adanaturkey8385@...> wrote:

    >

    > Anyone know where to get a good chore chart and personal care chart,

    2 in one maybe, that has at least 4 places to put names too? No one

    wants to help around here.

    >

    > Char

    >










  13. #13
    Nikki
    Guest

    Default Chore charts anyone?



    first slack off on the bleach -- it will make it worse
    I mean use it but not over abundently so
    I use hot water and vinegar with my laundry soap 90% of the time it gets my boyfriends clothes clean and he builds stoves for a living -- I just add the vinegar to the regular wash cycle to cut the grease and grime -- the laundry soap does the rest --and for those with HE machines -- you CAN use regular soap -- but only about 1/3 -1/2 the amout --sometimes that helps in getting clothes cleaner --trust me on this one I had a washer like that and the only thing that finally wore out on it was the thing to make it spin --otherwise it was fine

    nikki
    [quote]
    ----- Original Message -----
    From: Barbi
    To: Budget101_@yahoogroups.com
    Sent: Thursday, August 07, 2008 8:31 PM
    Subject: Budget101.com : Keeping white t-shirts white






    <DIV class="Section1">
    <SPAN style="FONT-SIZE: 10pt;COLOR: #0f243e;">
    <SPAN style="FONT-SIZE: 10pt;COLOR: #0f243e;">
    <SPAN style="FONT-SIZE: 10pt;COLOR: #0f243e;">I was wondering if anyone had any tips on keeping white t-shirts white. My husband is a contractor gets pretty dirty at work, even just from being hot and wiping his face on his sleeve. He prefers white t-shirts but need some advice on how to keep the t-shirts white when I wash them. Using just detergent and bleach does not seem to do a good enough job. Any suggestions?
    <SPAN style="FONT-SIZE: 10pt;COLOR: #0f243e;">
    <SPAN style="FONT-SIZE: 10pt;COLOR: #0f243e;">Thank you,
    <SPAN style="FONT-SIZE: 10pt;COLOR: #0f243e;">Barbi






  14. #14
    Ann Garner
    Guest

    Default Chore charts anyone?


    I run around sock-footed in cold weather, even stepping out on the

    porch and even the sidewalk in socks. When I whiten my dingy whites,

    I just get a bucket of hot water, dissolve some dish washer powder

    detergent (gel won't work) and add the socks. After an hour to

    overnight, I drain the socks then put them in with a load of

    whites. You can also do this soak in the washer if wish.

    Ann in Arkansas










  15. #15
    MP
    Guest

    Default Chore charts anyone?


    Just replying about your meal plan per month..
    My only comment is that you might stretch your money further if you make more foods from scratch instead of the box stuff…it'll be healthier for your family too….
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    Things like mac and cheese, shepards pie, lasagna etc….these things can go a long way, and end up being made cheaper than a box of hamburger helper.
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    Just my $.02
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    <span style="FONT-FAMILY: Wingdings;">J
    Marie



 

 
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