chores

Make Your Bed Every Day?
It's time for your to resolve our latest Morning Show debate. Jackie thinks that you should make your bed every day. She says that it sets the pace for the rest of your day. I say, making a bed is a waste of time... You're just going to mess it up at the end of the day anyway, right...
Spoons Go UP!
I hate to tell you this, but with exception to the dude who washes his dishes in the car wash, if you put your stems down, you're doing it wrong.
Men Are Doing More Housework and Women Are Doing Less.
Before you call me an all out liar, follow me on this one.  In 1965, women averaged about 28 hours of housework per week, and men only averaged four.  Today, the average woman does 15, and the average guy does nine. So we're not saying that men do more housework than women...
Do You Pay Your Kids To Help Out Around the House? [POLL]
According to a study in  Daily Mail by a company called Vileda that makes cleaning products, kids today have it easy.   The average kid does less than two hours of chores a week . . . even though their parents did more than FOUR when they were kids.
Women Trust Their Kids to Do a Better Job with Chores Than Their Husbands
When your husband  refuses to do even the most basic household chores without screwing them up know that your wife doesn't trust your kids more than you. According to a survey in PR Newswire by "Real Simple" magazine, women are almost twice as likely to trust their kids to do chores instead of their husbands.  17% delegate to the kids, 9% delegate to their husbands.
Couples Should Split the Chores 50/50
CommerceandCultureAgency Getty Images If you think splitting the chores with your spouse 50-50 is going to make the resentment and inequality in your relationship magically disappear . . . NOPE. According to a new book called "Spousonomics", couples who divide chores right down the middle end up just as unhappy as other couples. It's because not everyone is good at every chore, and cer