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By Stephanie Vozza 

Summer "rules!" ... especially when your family follows the rules! Are your house rules different during this time of year? At the onset, establish – in writing – house rules. Grab a piece of paper and create your list. Here are some things to consider:

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I was lucky enough to interview Heloise - the household hint icon - for a magazine article I'm writing, and she told me something interesting. When she does her spring cleaning, she likes to do it by task vs. by room.

Instead of spring cleaning the kitchen or the family room, she cleans all of the switch plates in the house. Or she wipes down all of the mirrors or all of the door frames.

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Does your child have routine chores? Better question: Does he/she complete their routine chores? If you answered no or sometimes, here's something to think about:

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I don’t know if it’s the anticipation of spring or the downtime after the holidays, but this time of year feels slower than normal for me. I was recently reminded that life is short and that time is best spent on and with those who matter. So I’ve taken advantage of the lull by hitting the “reset button.” Here are a few things you can do, too:

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By Stephanie Vozza

Thanksgiving is the day to give thanks. It’s also the day to find guests knocking on your door anticipating the meal of the year. If you’re playing host or hostess this year, here’s a countdown to turkey day. Gobble Gobble.

November 1: Create your guest list.

November 2: Invite friends and family, and ask guests if they would like to contribute a special dish that was a tradition in their home.

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By Stephanie Vozza

Did you hear about Six Items or Less movement? It’s where you choose only six pieces of clothing to wear for a month. It's taken off like wildfire and women from California to Dubai are participating. Even my fellow FranklinCovey Guru Jean Chatzky participated.

The popularity of this movement made me think about what other items could be reduced to six? And it especially made me think about toys! Could your child get along for an entire month with just six toys?

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OK, so she's not exactly a laugh-a-minute, life-of-the-party type, but a routine is actually a mom's best friend.

According to the Merrian-Webster Dictionary, a routine is a “regular course of procedure; a habitual or mechanical performance of an established procedure.”

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By Stephanie Vozza

A few months ago I wrote a blog post called "A Chore By Any Other Name Does Smell Sweeter."

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When my youngest son was a toddler, he loved to ride in the grocery cart that was shaped like a truck.

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