Getting kids on track with a list of goals and a chore chart!

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I have always been a list maker and should probably have bought stock in the little yellow post it note company! By writing things down you stay organized and on track…those reminders I send myself are often the only way I stay on target during the day. It has also been shown that people who actually write down their goals are more successful at achieving them. Putting into words gives you the inspiration to succeed. But, what about our kids? They should have goals, too. And they certainly have a whole bunch of things that they need to do…homework, chores, etc. Well, there is a website that wants to help you AND your kids get organized and reach your goals.
Goalforit founder Michael says “I created Goalforit as a “passion-project” to try and help people of all ages bring more focus and personal success into everyday life by recognizing, developing and capitalizing on their own unique strengths & abilities.”
Basically, Goalforit is an online community of people committed to achieving success. They offer a variety of free tools to help people succeed…whether you are looking for a behavior chart or chore chart for your child or if you want your kid to get more organized by creating a weekly to do list.

Children must be 13 years of age or older to use and profiles for people under the age of 18 are not displayed publicly out of regard for their privacy. You can request email reminders and invite friends to join your to help keep you motivated.

I really liked the chore chart section of the website. You can have it send your kid email reminders and personalize the design to something they will like.

You can choose the required chores, how often they need to be done, whether they are paid, etc. And, your child doesn’t necessarily need to be able to read since the chores all have pictures associated with them, too. You can also include behavior goals and health goals, in addition to chores.

Overall, I think the Goalforit website is a useful online way to organize your priorities and get reminders of the things you need to do in order to achieve your goals. I like that you can also get your kids on there to teach them from an early age that nothing comes without a little bit of hard work and planning! And, having a daily email sent to them to remind them to clean your room is nice! Maybe that will be one less time *I* have to tell them to do it!

Disclaimer:  This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Goalforit. All opinions expressed here are mine and mine alone.

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