While parents may assume that they already know what their kids want, it’s great to involve them. The task of cleaning the house should not be the responsibility of one member. Also, set a day where you can all help out to clean the house.
Assign roles as well and be clear about those roles. Make sure you allocate specific tasks to each person, such as vacuuming the floor, dusting the furniture, cleaning the windows or cleaning the pool. If you assign roles to members of the household, one may complain that his role is more difficult than the other. You can also assign a day for each member where they are in charge of certain tasks.
If the expectations are clear, the responsibilities and boundaries are well established.
In setting rules for a happier household, it must be a collective process. There should be house rules that ensure that your home is clean and orderly. Members of the household should not burden anyone else with the mess they make.
You can’t keep on fooling yourself that it’s not happening when it is right in front of you. Knowing that it exists, you must also acknowledge how it makes you feel. While all our feelings are valid and that we are entitled to have these feelings, not all our reactions are valid. Our reactions should not cause hurt to someone else. What we feel does not validate the wrong things we do just because it is a reaction.Conflicts may arise if you do not keep the house clean. It also drives everyone crazy if someone misplaces something important.